Salesforce.com moves into mobile arena

Business software provider salesforce.com announced it is buying wireless technology firm Sendia for $15 million in cash in a deal that will help the company broaden its applications in the mobile arena. Salesforce.com launched a new service, called AppExchange Mobile, based on Sendia's technology that allows companies to extend their business applications for use on mobile devices, including BlackBerry, Palm and Microsoft devices. Salesforce.com says the service will allow its developers to write one application that will run on both mobile devices and personal computers.

To read more about salesforce.com's acquisition of Sendia:
- take a look at this article from Dow Jones

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