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Motorola, FedEx team for Pocket PC device

Motorola and FedEx subsidiary FedEx Corporate Services announced Wednesday that they are working on a device for couriers that gives them wireless access to the FedEx network for package tracking. The PowerPad is in testing but will be widely available in early 2003, the companies said. It uses Microsoft's operating system for handheld devices, Pocket PC 2002. The devices are exclusively for FedEx and are designed to make it easier for couriers to upload information to the network. Couriers currently have to return to a FedEx van to upload package information.