These articles detail various achievements during the first pilot year of MobileU™, including a joint announcement with IBM related to voice-enabled custom applications developed specifically for the Wake Forest program.
The trademarked concept of supermobile computing continued to attract media attention and bring recognition to the University as the leader in higher education technology. All students, faculty and staff on the Reynolda Campus were invited to join MobileU™ during 2006-2007.
- Sci-Tech-Today – IBM Test Mobile Speech Applications
- Telephony – New School
- Campus Technology – Mobile Students, MobileU
- PR Newswire – Cingular Goes to Head of Class in Wake Forest University Mobile Program
- Inside Higher Ed – Campus Cells
- Mobile Gadget News – Wake Forest U. Pilot PocketPC Program with Cingular
- Speech Technology Magazine – Speech Enables Wake Forest University Students to Go Mobile
- Campus Technology – Pocket PC Pilot
- Government Technology – Gaining Mobility
- eWeek – IBM Speech Research Ties Cell Phones to Web Services
- ABC News – You Talk, It Checks on Your Laundry?
- Red Herring – IBM Help Check Laundry
- PC World – Can Your Cell Phone Help With the Laundry
- Intelligent Enterprise – Headsup: Speech Recognition Gets More Accurate
- Campus Technology – The Simple Life
- Campus Technology – The Road to 24/7
- Campus Technology – The Age of the Smart Cell Phone
- Associated Press – Wake Forest students to get handheld computers for study
- Geekzone – WFU To Pilot Pocket PC Phone Edition in Campus
- Campus Technology – The Next Legacy
- Winston-Salem Journal – Small Handheld computers tested by group of Wake Forest students
- The Chronicle of Higher Education – Wake Forest U. to Hand Out Pocket PC Phones
- Campus Technology – Ringing in the Data
- EdTech – Wake Forest experiments with providing Pocket PC phones to students as the all-encompassing communication and application tool.
- Campus Technology – More talk about cell phones/PDAs