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It is axiomatic that user demand is driving mobile devices to higher and higher intelligence. Smartphones, PDAs and convergence devices require greater software content, constantly updated. Surely the only challenge is to think up useful, engaging applications that will slake users' thirst? Not quite. Integrating new features into a mobile phone - for example an MMS (multimedia messaging system) engine - is a difficult task that touches the whole development process - validation, integration, maintenance, as well as legal and commercial aspects. Fortunately, new approaches to mobile software development and deployment are making life easier for the developer. However, in order to provide solutions that are timely, robust and cost-effective, a plethora of technical issues needs to be addressed. The article looks at how the enterprise computing world can help inspire the design of future embedded applications for mobile phones.

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