By 2003, there will be 190 million people accessing the wireless Internet, and revenues for wireless e-commerce are expected to reach $85 billion, according to Carlene Thissen, president, Retail Systems Consulting, Naples, Fla. enabling customers to check stock prices, e-mail and news via an Internet connection while they pump gas. "How many supermarkets have formats where they own gas pumps?" asked Jeff Smith, managing partner of e-commerce, global consumer and pharmaceutical industries ...

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