PersonaLink

PersonaLink

An earlier online service from AT&T designed for mobile travellers with PDAs and laptops. Supporting General Magic's Telescript system of intelligent agents, its initial offerings in 1994 were brief news, weather and email. It was disbanded in 1996. See General Magic.
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It also includes software to access the AT&T PersonaLink messaging service, America Online and OAG FlightLine.
may drop its PersonaLink online service carrying the company's Telescript software.
Magic Cap, a communications platform developed by General Magic Inc., in Sunnyvale, Calif, offers an environment that integrates fax, e-mail, paging, telephones and AT&T's PersonaLink Services.
Motorola's Envoy Wireless Communicator $1,000-$1,500; 800-894-7353) comes complete with Pocket Quicken and a two-way wireless packet data modem, and with capabilities for AT&T PersonaLink Services, Radio Mail, Official Airline Guides FlightLine service and America Online.
Sony's Magic Link (base price: $399.95; 800-571 SONY) comes with integrated communications, datebook, address book, notebook, calendar, world clock, Pocket Quicken and PenCell, and AT&T PersonaLink and America Online capabilities.
Industry analysts also blame General Magic's problems partly on the slow rollout of AT&T's online network, AT&T PersonaLink, which costs $9.95 a month and is supposed to accommodate intelligent "agents" such as Telescript's to allow users to shop electronically.

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