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March 13, 2006 at 12:44 PM

It’s an unwired world, after all

Chief executives from 80 wireless startups will present their business plans at the Wireless Ventures Conference being hosted by Dow Jones VentureWire in San Jose, Calif., on May 3.

The companies to be in attendence are focused on mobile software, consumer and enterprise applications and services, silicon solutions, WLAN and wide area technologies, and monitoring and security technologies. Local companies include Blue Frog Mobile, M:Metrics, Telecom Transport Management, TextPayMe and GoGoMo.

Also in attendence will be four keynote speakers, including Pieter Knook, Microsoft’s senior vice president of mobile and embedded devices. Other executives speaking are from Walt Disney Group, MTV Networks and Motorola.

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