Read the reviews of two new Windows Mobile Smartphones: the Samsung SCH–i600 Smartphone and the Motorola MPx200 Smartphone. The Samsung i600 features a clamshell design, a brilliant screen, and easy–to–use buttons. The Motorola MPx200 Smartphone is a sleek and sexy Windows Mobile Smartphone that is available through AT&T Wireless. Diane Dumas has reviewed the E–TEN P300, which is the smallest Pocket PC Phone Edition device available in the U.S. Editor Rich Hall has reviewed the ViewSonic V36 Pocket PC which has a built–in digital camera. Gary B. Garland has taken a closer look at several Roadwired travel cases which include the Pod, the FlashFolio, the MegaMedia Bag, and more. If you plan to navigate the road wirelessly and in style, this issue has reviews of Bluetooth GPS solutions from Pharos, TeleType, CoPilot, TomTom, and HP.
Looking for a solution to organize your ideas better? Mind-mapping may be the answer. Read reviews of two mind-mapping applications: MindManager 2002 Mobile Edition and Pocket MindMap. In the Enterprise section, an article details how exciting new technologies and pervasive computing are giving rise to smaller and lighter devices. Bill Keay, the head of Microsoft's healthcare, describes the initiatives that Microsoft is taking to improve healthcare services through integration with mobile technology. Medical Editor Edward M. Zabrek tells about Skyscape's ARTbeat, a free dynamic program that includes newsletters, alerts, and reference works. Jim Moore tells about using his Pocket PC for exploring caves. You will also get news, tips, and the regular sections on games, new products, online services, and more.