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The Mobile Messenger audio downloads

SearchMobileComputing.com's Mobile Messenger audio download is a brief newscast recapping recent mobile news stories, as well as interesting developments that you may not have known about. Click on the links below to download these podcasts to your PC or favorite MP3 player.



To subscribe to these audio downloads, copy and paste this address into your podcast application: http://feeds.feedburner.com/MobileMessenger

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Mobile Messenger audio download – May 18, 2006
In this podcast, SearchMobileComputing's Andrew Hickey and Daniel Taylor of the Mobile Enterprise Alliance discuss the steps that IT departments should take to develop a set of policies for managing mobility in their organizations. (This podcast is approximately 30 minutes long and we ask your patience while it uploads.)
Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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Mobile Messenger audio download – April 13, 2006
In this podcast, Andrew Hickey talks to Daniel Taylor about some enterprise mobility highlights from CTIA and his discussions with companies developing products and services for the enterprise. CTIA Wireless 2006 was held on April 5-7 in Las Vegas, Nevada. This event focuses on the future of the U.S. cellular industry.
Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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Mobile Messenger audio download -- March 6, 2006
On Friday, March 3, 2006, RIM and NTP announced that they have settled their long-running patent dispute. In this podcast, Kara Gattine chats with Daniel Taylor about the most significant issues surrounding the settlement.
Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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Mobile Messenger audio download -- February 22, 2006
In this premiere edition of the Mobile Messenger Kara Gattine chats with Daniel Taylor about the most significant issues and announcements from 3GSM World Congress 2006 in Barcelona last week. Listen on your PC or download to your favorite mobile device.
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What is a podcast?
Podcasting is the preparation and distribution of audio (and possibly other media) files for download to digital music or multimedia players, such as the iPod. A podcast can be easily created from a digital audio file. The podcaster first saves the file as an MP3 and then uploads it to the Web site of a service provider. The MP3 file gets its own URL, which is inserted into an RSS XML document as an enclosure within an XML tag.

Once a podcast has been created, it can be registered with content aggregators, such as podcasting.net or ipodder.org, for inclusion in podcast directories. People can browse through the categories or subscribe to specific podcast RSS feeds which will download to their audio players automatically when they next connect. Although podcasts are generally audio files created for digital music players, the same technology can be used to prepare and transmit images, text, and video to any capable device.

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This was first published in February 2006

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