WAPtastic re-launched as AnywhereYouGo.com

In the six months since it was launched, WAPtastic became one of the busiest WAP resource sites on the web. Its traffic rate and the rapidly-growing community has far exceeded all my expectations, and I believe the time is right to expand it as a site and to expand its horizons.

To do so, the site is being re-launched as AnywhereYouGo.com. The new site will continue to offer the same services that WAPtastic used to, but we will also be providing you with information on all wireless application technologies - not just WAP.

We want to become the world's leading, wireless development community, and already we provide services for application developers and decision-makers from 60 countries world-wide.

So what will you see in the future? The AnywhereYouGo.com site has a dedicated editorial team, and a number of experienced technical writers. This now means that we can provide you with even more original developer articles and tools, a much wider technology coverage, and of course a truly global perspective into this amazing wireless world.

One particular focus of AnywhereYouGo.com for example will be the production of on-line training and tutorial materials for wireless developers. 65% of companies in our recent survey intend to cross-train their current internet development teams for their wireless initiatives - and we want to help them do just that.

You'll also see FAQs about Bluetooth and webclipping, regular WAP developer articles and code examples, case studies of how wireless applications are being deployed, and a wide range of forums for the various products involved in wireless development.

As ever, we value your feedback about the site we provide. Please let us know how we're getting on - our aim is to keep getting bigger and better, and our ultimate goal is to provide you with everything you need to help build our wireless future.

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