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Logitech announces new Video communication software
Posted on 19-Mar-2004 21:21Tags News, Computing

The company is running a trial and plan to announce the final product in 90 days. Comments (Comments)

Adding intelligence to mobile phones
Posted on 18-Mar-2004 21:21Tags News, Computing

Bladox has created a SIM toolkit that is installed directly on a mobile phone. Comments (Comments)

Have camera phone? Smugmug to share photos
Posted on 18-Mar-2004 08:38Tags News, Computing

A new service allows camera phone users to e-mail photos directly from their mobile phone to automatically create and update online albums. Comments (Comments)

Sony to launch electronic music service in Europe with 300k titles
Posted on 18-Mar-2004 08:30Tags News, Computing

The new service "Connect" will offer ease of use, integration with Sony portable devices and both local and international artists starting at EUR 0.99 per track. Comments (Comments)

Nokia Lifeblog helps users store multimedia memories
Posted on 18-Mar-2004 08:18Tags News, Computing

Nokia Lifeblog creates a multimedia diary of your life through images, messages, and videos you collected with camera phones.
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Digital media products from Nokia
Posted on 18-Mar-2004 08:07Tags News, Computing

The company introduced the Nokia Digital Album and the Image Viewer. Comments (Comments)

What Toshiba is showing during the CeBIT 2004?
Posted on 17-Mar-2004 23:01Tags News, Computing

The company released some information about electronic book, SD photo viewer and 3D displays that it will show during the fair in Hannover. Comments (Comments)

Toshiba enters Guinness World Records Book with the world's smallest HDD
Posted on 16-Mar-2004 20:55Tags News, Computing

The 0.85 inch HDD, with 2GB and 4GB of storage capacity announced January 2004 should be in production by 2005. Comments (Comments)

Opera 7 brings DOM and dynamic content to mobiles
Posted on 11-Mar-2004 08:08Tags News, Computing

A new opera 7 is already shipping on Kyocera's new ITRON-based phone in Asia, announced last week. Comments (Comments)

DivX video playback on the ZVUE
Posted on 5-Mar-2004 08:17Tags News, Computing

ZVUE is the first handheld device to achieve full DivX certification, compatible with all versions of DivX video. New USB update available. Comments (Comments)

Jabber for Windows Mobile Pocket PC, mobile phones and more
Posted on 4-Mar-2004 08:08Tags News, Computing

Jabber announces a new mobile client and Wireless Gateway suite for its instant messaging and presence application. Platforms supported include Windows Mobile Pocket PC, RIM, Symbian and J2ME. Comments (Comments)

The kitchen is the computer
Posted on 3-Mar-2004 23:01Tags News, Computing

Designed especially for the kitchen, the Iceberg "power island unit" is part of a developing collection of intelligent furniture from Powerdesk featuring high-performance tops in Corian. Comments (Comments)

Greenlight Wireless reports growth
Posted on 3-Mar-2004 19:31Tags News, Computing

The developers of Skweezer, a service that reduces the size and reformats web content for viewing on handheld devices are also planning to release a WAP version soon. Comments (Comments)

Report from Arc Chart analyses Symbian and smartphone market
Posted on 1-Mar-2004 17:45Tags News, Computing

An analysis of Symbian as a company, the OS structure and the competitive challenges facing the platform within the nascent smartphone market. Comments (Comments)

T-Flash is the smallest removable Flash storage for mobile phones
Posted on 27-Feb-2004 18:18Tags News, Computing

Introduced by SanDisk, T-Flash will be first used by Motorola. Comments (Comments)

U.S. Patent & Trademark Office rejects two Intellisync patents
Posted on 27-Feb-2004 08:03Tags News, Computing

According to rival's Extended Systems, these are key patents in a IP case to be on trial 12 April. Comments (Comments)

Radixs shows a handheld running the first universal mobile Operating System
Posted on 25-Feb-2004 07:52Tags News, Computing

The company developed a new handheld OS in partnership with Sun and SingTel (Singapore Telecom). Comments (Comments)

PDA market still evolving in hopes that usability will be key to growth
Posted on 25-Feb-2004 07:44Tags News, Computing

While shipments declined in 2003, PDAs have continued their evolution into multimedia and business data devices, reports In-Stat/MDR. Comments (Comments)

IXI promisses first PMG enabled devices for March 2004
Posted on 23-Feb-2004 20:45Tags News, Computing

The new brand neo is dedicated to Personal Mobile Gateway technology. Comments (Comments)

Handango Yardsitck Q4 2003 available now
Posted on 21-Feb-2004 08:17Tags News, Computing

The software distribution company also prepares five special editions, with focus in different mobile platforms, to distribute during the 3GSM congress. Comments (Comments)

Mobile navigation for PDAs and smartphones from Navigon
Posted on 19-Feb-2004 20:58Tags News, Computing

The company will show customised navigation solutions and location based services for mobile phones during the CeBIT 2004. Comments (Comments)

Pumatech changes name to Intellisync Corporation
Posted on 18-Feb-2004 18:21Tags News, Computing

The new name builds on the strength of the well-known and internationally recognized Intellisync brand, officially brings together several technologies obtained through the Company's recent acquisitions. Comments (Comments)

Vulcan to show its MiniPC concept Flipstart during Demo 2004
Posted on 17-Feb-2004 08:21Tags News, Computing

The MiniPC concept attracts interest of users that currently have the option of buying the Antelope, and the OQO in the future. Comments (Comments)

iBiz Virtual Laser Keyboard to be available in Circuity City stores
Posted on 13-Feb-2004 09:07Tags News, Computing

Mad Dog Multimedia has placed an order with iBIZ Technology worth US$536,910 on behalf of Circuit City. Comments (Comments)

Zaurus SL-C860 write up at PDA Buyer's Guide
Posted on 10-Feb-2004 19:35Tags News, Computing

Lisa Grade, editor at PDA Buyer's Guide, posted her views on the Zaurus SL-C860 Linux based PDA. Comments (Comments)


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