Seven supports Java handsets

Seven is reaching beyond smartphones with its push-email application, announcing support for Java-enabled handsets. Sony Ericsson devices will be the first to feature the application. Seven's software now supports BREW, Microsoft Pocket PC, Microsoft Smartphone 2003, Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0, Palm OS and Symbian-based phones, according to the company. Seven recently signed up HP as a reseller of its push e-mail application in Europe. HP is offering the application through its HP Preferred Partner network in the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Ireland, Austria and Switzerland. The companies plan to expand the agreement to cover additional countries before the end of the year.

For more about Seven's expansion plans:
- check out this article from Wireless Week

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