BREW

Short for Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless, an application development platform for wireless devices from Qualcomm. BREW is designed to allow developers to write in whatever language they choose. Native BREW applications are written in C or C++. Using BREW, developers can create portable applications such as include SMS, e-mail, location positioning, games and Internet radio, that will work on any CDMA device.

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