The remote control of devices using web technology is state of the art. In fact, every e-commerce web application employs remotely controlled method invocation on server databases. Even the remote control of real physical devices comprising embedded web servers has become a matter of interest, e.g. for home automation purposes. The downside of this approach is that the user terminal always has to be a browser equipped PC. As mobile phones with short-range wireless connectivity (e.g. Bluetooth) and hypertext browsers become available, these devices will soon serve as general-purpose terminals accessing local services. This paper will introduce the concept of wireless Microservers, their application domains and candidate technologies. Subsequently, it will give a short overview of WAP over Bluetooth technology. Based on this, a hardware and software concept for low-cost, pluggable, wireless microservers is presented. Finally, the application of this concept to remote control and home automation is presented.