Sega, Motorola To Load Games On New Phones

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Date: Monday, February 1st, 1999, 00:00
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A SlashDot article (“Sega, Motorola To Load Games On New Phones“) examines the new generation of mobile phones based on Java2 Micro Edition.

[Galaxie] writes: “Motorola’s new iDEN handset, which is a damn cool product, allowing text paging, internet-ready, digital phone, and 2 way radio has something new to add to there list.The phone is built on top of the Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2METM) technology (here) using the KVM (K Virtual Machine) which will work with only a small footprint allowing it to work on 128k of memory. Looks like they have teamed up with sega to produce the ultimate handheld wireless phone gaming machine! (here) Also application ability will rock with these phones, hell, if you can play a game or 2 at a decent res, then why not load up gcc :)” 3G, iMode, Javaphones … any phone maker who isn’t putting games on their phones deserves to listen to some juicy voice menus for a while.

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