Tuesday 11 March 1997 | 00:00 CET | News
Kyocera (Japan), electronics group, has launched the Datascope DS-110 mobile phone in Japan, complete with microcomputer and LCD to allow users to access online and E-mail services. It is the first such handset with a screen to be launched in Japan, and is similar to the larger Handy Terminal offered by Nokia. Kyocera has designed the product as a wireless mobile modem for linking computers to networks. Datascope DS-110 is a blend of Kyocera's knowledge of wireless personal handyphone comms, combined with International Business Machines (IBM) computer technology. The device has Kyocera's

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