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Next Generation Mobile Java Based on CDC/OSGi Technology for Universal Middleware

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1 Author(s)
Bostrom, J. ; Nokia Technol. Platforms, Reno, NV

Mobile device capabilities have grown significantly since the introduction of the first simple Java for mobile devices, released in 1999. Processing power, memory, networking, and power management all have taken big steps. On the other hand, the programming architecture and focus has changed very little. Most development in all languages on mobile devices is still focused on creating simple end user applications. This paper focuses on how that perspective changes with the addition of OSGi Java technology on the mobile device

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Future Mobile Computing Applications, 2006. FUMCA '06. International Workshop on System Support for

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Sept. 2006

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