magic4 Brings MMS To BREW, Smartphone
Feb 19, 2003, 11:35 AM by (staff)
magic4 today announced that it is developing an MMS client for Qualcomm's BREW platform. The software features easy integration to camera devices, a slide show editor and viewer, Digital Rights Management support and e-mail compatibility. In a separate release, magic4 announced that NeoMagic has selected the magic4 EMS/MMS Smartphone client for its range of MiMagic Applications Processors for phones based on the Microsoft's SmartPhone 2002 OS.
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