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Old 04-20-2004, 03:00 AM
David McNamee
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Default Microsoft's Michael Wehrs Speaks on Mobility

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/businesstechnology/2001906947_webmicrosoft19.html

Michael Wehrs is Director of Standards and Technology for the Mobile Devices Group. In this Seattle Times interview, he discusses new technologies, the AT&T Wireless sale, mobile TLD's, and what we'll see in 10 years.

"I think the things that you will see are significant changes in user interface. The idea that you have to pick up and dial a phone probably will be gone 10 years from now. The mode switching between doing a data thing or a voice thing, that will all be gone. You'll generally interact with your device via voice or via screen, but the idea that you're doing either/or will go away. It will just be integrated in."
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