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Short Take: Wireless portal use to explode, study shows

Nearly 25 million people will use a wireless Internet portal service by 2006, up from 300,000 users this year, according to a new study by The Strategis Group, a communications industry research firm. Strategis Group expects wireless portals to offer localized, time-sensitive information on a variety of mobile devices.

Nearly 25 million people will use a wireless Internet portal service by 2006, up from 300,000 users this year, according to a new study by The Strategis Group, a communications industry research firm. Strategis Group expects wireless portals to offer localized, time-sensitive information on a variety of mobile devices.