Web browsing, videoconferencing and other multimedia applications on your mobile phone are a long way off, despite the recent flurry of activity in this area, according to a new report. Microsoft, Nokia, Ericsson and other are working on data applications for advanced cellular phones - dubbed smart phones. But predictions for the growth of the mobile data market are more hype than reality, according to researchers at SRI Consulting, a global IT consultancy. SRI expects data on mobiles to remain a niche market for at least five years, with only five million subscribers worldwide by 2003.
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