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As a joint effect of advancements in electronics and telecommunication manufacturing segments and ease in usage of mobile devices, there is a tremendous increase in the demand for a new class of services from mobile devices by users. Middleware technologies can empower mobile devices by providing a significant platform for many services. Object-oriented middleware are not inherently designed to support wireless environment behavior. The aim of this research is to investigate the issues of the object management group's common object request broker architecture (CORBA) to facilitate application-to-application communication in a wireless environment. This paper discusses the issues in the design and implementation of an architecture where CORBA objects and the hosting devices both have mobile behavior.