I'd love to take a time-machine trip back to 1978, to tell Apple II
hackers: "Two decades from now, people will be doing just what
you're doing now, but for tiny handheld network gadgets in Japan
rather than big clunky boxes in Cupertino."
On second thought: I'm sure none of them would be surprised.
From: "Renfield Kuroda" <Renfield.Kuroda_at_msdw.com>
> It is per download...but I've seen some pretty slick stuff in only 10k.
> Bit-level code optimization is a good thing.
> r e n
> Masi Yamada wrote:
> > I met with DoCoMo and a few other relevant companies over the course of
> > last week to gather info on this. I was able to confirm that the first
> > implementation of DOJA (This is what they are calling the DoCoMo Java
> > release) on the handsets will limit download sizes to 10KB. They would
> > confirm whether or not that was a per day or per download restriction
> > hinted that it would be the later. I asked if this restriction was
> > because of bandwidth constraints on the network but they replied that
> > limited processor power on the devices was equally constraining. They
> > said that the limitation would not be removed until the devices were
> > significantly more advanced, probably another 2 product cycles away.
> [excessive quoting removed]
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> morgan stanley dean witter japan
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