BREW

(redirected from brewer)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Idioms, Wikipedia.

BREW

(Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless) An application development environment from Qualcomm for enhanced cellphone services (e-mail, games, etc.). BREW is directly supported in the CDMA chipsets from Qualcomm, and BREW-enabled applications work no matter what the underlying system software in the cellphone handset. Originally developed for Qualcomm's CDMA technology, BREW has been extended to GSM and TDMA cellular systems. See J2ME and CDMA.
References in periodicals archive ?
The distributor does so much more for the brewer than simply transport their product.
I liked to problem-solve and find solutions, so my analytical skills carried with me throughout my career with Kimberly-Clark and into my retail career," Brewer said.
Brewer was cleared of raping the victim when she was 18 and Mrs Brewer was cleared of aiding and abetting rape.
When Brewer, hot off "Hustle & Flow's" Sundance Film Festival and, later, Oscar success (yes, it's where the shock-award-winning song "It's Hard Out Here for a Pimp" came from), was being courted by every studio in Hollywood, his insistence on making "Moan" next was met with dismay.
This recall includes the Starbucks Barista Aroma 8-Cup Coffee Brewer only.
My father had the opportunity to venture out into solvent-based packaging inks for food products," said Dean Brewer, president of R&L Inks, which was spun-off of Brewer's Printing Ink in 2002.
Northern's marketing director, Jean Thomas, says unlike Lakeport Brewing, they have no intention of becoming a discount 'buck-a-beer' brewer.
Recycle America Alliance (RAA), a subsidiary of Houston-based Waste Management, provided recycling services for the brewers collected at the Starbucks' events.
Among the biggest of those deals was the acquisition of Canada's Labatt in 1995, and, since 1999, the purchase of English brewer Bass and of German brewer Beck's.
The team built the stow plan into the system based on a variety of data sources," said Brewer, "including manifest.
Farmers and ranchers recognize their future successes will depend on maintaining consumer confidence," says Brewer.
For example, "when you open up a bag of potato chips," Brewer says, "it is the nitrogen inside that kept your potato chips from going rancid.