Magic Cap


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Magic Cap

(Magic Communicating Applications Platform) An earlier object-oriented operating system for PDAs from General Magic. See General Magic.
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Josephine Guerra, one of the attendants at the zone explained, "We have four main magic tricks that we teach the children - the floating ball, the magic cap, the curious curtains and the secret code spell.
WIZARD: Rhea Morgan from Stratford plays with a teddy wearing a magic cap
When General Magic first went public in February 1995, its main business was handhelds, with the focus on its development of the Magic Cap operating system for personal digital assistants.
has suspended plans to make another handheld computer based on the company's Magic Cap operating system, and AT&T Corp.
Magic Cap, a communications platform developed by General Magic Inc.
Both Magic Cap and Telescript originally were designed to work on personal communicators - now in the $499 range - manufactured by Sony and Motorola rather than on the more-popular PC.
Mead Data Central has teamed with AT&T to introduce two new LEXIS/ NEXIS products to be offered through AT&T PersonaLink Services and available on Sony's Magic Link personal communicator, a new mobile communicator device based on the Magic Cap operating platform.
Blake Krikorian began his career at General Magic, which created the Magic Cap operating system for mobile intelligent communicators.
Josephine Guerra, one of the attendants at the zone explained, C[pounds sterling]We have four main magic tricks that we teach the children Co the floating ball, the magic cap, the curious curtains and the secret code spell.
disclosed it has restructured into two market-focused business divisions for its Magic Cap and Telescript platforms.
Examples include the Apple Newton MessagePad, Casio Zoomer, and devices based on General Magic's Magic Cap software platform.
The overall decline in revenue was the result of decreased royalty revenue from the company's legacy Magic Cap technology, offset by the receipt of $1.