The Silicon Valley company plans to install wireless equipmentat San Francisco's 3Com Park - formerly known as Candlestick Park -to let fans order food and look up statistics from their seats. Theservice will make its debut at the first San Francisco 49ers homegame Sept. 10, first appearing in the stadium's 94 luxury boxseats.

3Com will lend handheld computers to attendees wishing to usethe service and hopes to cover about one-third of 3Com Park's69,443 seats by season's end. It is discussing the service withother stadiums nationwide.

The service is eventually expected to be accessible through PalmPilots with wireless modems or built-in wireless access. 3Com spunoff its Palm Pilot electronic organizer last month.

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