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Abalta announced the release today of WebLink, which lets a smartphone power a car's head unit.
Struggling paging company Metrocall and its rival WebLink Wireless are both going to enter bankruptcy and will then merge, the companies announced Monday. The merger is expected to close sometime before the end of October. The new company will employ 5,000 people. The move should help reduce the companies' combined $1.2 billion in debt to about $300 million, company executives said. The Metrocall merger announcement was not a surprise. But the company had been rumored to be merging with another rival, Motient, according to sources.
Palm's OS offshoot signs a new operating system licensee and receives word from the IRS that furthers its plans to become a standalone company.
The company signs a deal to let Palm-based wireless devices use pager networks. They're slower than cellular systems but can have broader coverage and be more reliable.
Metrocall will file for bankruptcy protection at the end of the month, according to a regulatory filing and a company representative. It will also cut staff and close stores.
Internet security and privacy issues dominate the news, topped by a hacker attack on an e-commerce site that represented the latest in a string of alarming online break-ins.
The software giant introduces an interactive version of its online service for cell phones and handheld computers that lets users send messages and make Internet purchases.
The company is set to introduce software enabling business users to retrieve electronic documents via mobile phones, two-way pagers or handheld computers, marking the company's first foray into the wireless market.
Microsoft is negotiating distribution deals with Sprint PCS and AirTouch, and may be preparing to make Hotmail available on wireless devices, according to an email received by CNET News.com.
WebLink Express will offer a printed and online Internet directory to be included in Parade and USA Weekend. The launch is scheduled for June.