DoDots Don't Do It

Here's the idea: Set up a simple way to connect to information on the Internet without using a browser. You'll be able to use it on your computer, where it will be faster and take up less space than, say, Internet Explorer, and you'll also be able to use it on your Web-enabled personal digital assistant or cellphone. DoDots Inc., of Sunnyvale, Calif., has done just that, and received hosannas from the likes of Fortune magazine (“a building-block of the wireless e-world”) and the consulting

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