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Picsel providing document and web viewer technolgy for Motorola
Posted on 22-Apr-2004 20:23Tags News, Software

The company says that Motorola will incorporate its web and document viewer technology not only on its A768 Linux based smartphone, but also on its upcoming Motorola MPX, based on Microsoft Windows Mobile OS. Comments (Comments)

Convergence 2004 Wellington
Posted on 22-Apr-2004 20:05Tags News, Computing

This event is a one-day conference and exhibition about mobile technologies, mobility and related topics. It's happening 4 May 2004, at Te Papa, Museum of New Zealand. Comments (Comments)

HP leading the way for handheld devices in Europe, Middle East and Africa
Posted on 22-Apr-2004 19:40Tags News, Computing

The Canalys report on the mobile device market state and trends for the Q1 2004 shows HP leading the handheld data-centric arena, with 56% increase in shipments from last year. Comments (Comments)

Bluetooth in the courtroom
Posted on 22-Apr-2004 08:18Tags News, Bluetooth

Using a Bluetooth serial adapter Stenograph connects shorthand writing machines to laptops. Comments (Comments)

AOL now supports IMAP
Posted on 22-Apr-2004 08:08Tags News, Computing

It may be of interest to Pocket PC users that a new way of accessing AOL e-mail is available. Comments (Comments)

New MiniStumbler version available now
Posted on 22-Apr-2004 08:01Tags News, Software

The software continue as a freeware, but there are limitations in what chipsets are supported. Comments (Comments)

Intellisync launches desktop synchronization for Windows Mobile Smartphones
Posted on 22-Apr-2004 07:56Tags News, Software

The latest version of the software is the first multi-lingual Intellisync product to offer compatibility with Windows Mobile 2003 handhelds, along with the Outlook 2003, Lotus Notes 6.5 and GroupWise 6.5 PC applications. Comments (Comments)

Motorola to license RIM technology
Posted on 21-Apr-2004 23:11Tags News, BlackBerry

Some Motorola mobile phones will provide support for Blackberry Enterprise Server and Web Client. Comments (Comments)

Service Pack 1 for Microsoft OneNote 2003 brings Windows Mobile integration
Posted on 21-Apr-2004 09:57Tags News, Tablet PC

The Service Pack addresses user Requests for new tools and features to create, organize and share notes and information. Comments (Comments)

Windows Mobile User Group - Wellington: meeting 6 May 2004
Posted on 20-Apr-2004 17:07Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

We have now details (including prizes) on the next meeting of our Windows Mobile User Group. Comments (Comments)

Good Technology receives FIPS 140-2 certification for GoodLink for palmOne Treo600
Posted on 20-Apr-2004 08:05Tags News, Palm

Messaging combo now certified for American government use. Comments (Comments)

Broadcom to acquire Widcomm
Posted on 20-Apr-2004 07:57Tags News, Bluetooth

The new company will converge Bluetooth hardware (Broadcom) and software (Widcomm). Price set to US$49 million. Comments (Comments)

3 starts selling Nokia's 3G handset in the UK
Posted on 19-Apr-2004 22:39Tags News, 3G

The 3G mobile operator is now selling the smallest GSM/WCDMA 3G mobile phone. Comments (Comments)

Mobile data users now representing the mainstream
Posted on 19-Apr-2004 18:08Tags News, Mobile

In-Stat/MDR published a new study where it says that 54% of American users responding to a survey now use some wireless services. Comments (Comments)

Getting The Line via e-mail
Posted on 19-Apr-2004 18:01Tags News, Computing

Freeman Media is publishing an e-mail magazine covering New Zealand telecommunications news and events. Comments (Comments)

SkinTight rubber cases for handhelds
Posted on 19-Apr-2004 17:53Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

Speck Products introduced a new series of rubberised cases for handheld devices, including Pocket PC, Palm and Apple iPod. Comments (Comments)

Gizmondo is the new name for the Gametrac
Posted on 18-Apr-2004 09:48Tags News, Windows CE

Tiger Telematics announced a change on the name of its upcoming Windows CE .Net based gaming and communications device. No date set for the product launch yet. Comments (Comments)

palmOne Professional Services to create custom applications
Posted on 17-Apr-2004 19:25Tags News, Development

The company created a group that provides businesses with resources and know-how for design, test, implement and deploy mobile solutions with palmOne devices Comments (Comments)

Introduction to Pocket PC Development
Posted on 17-Apr-2004 15:43Tags News, Development

An article on The Code Project web site gives us an overview of Pocket PC development, including information on development tools and languages available. Comments (Comments)

Jabberwocky Bluetooth Familiar Strangers
Posted on 17-Apr-2004 14:24Tags News, Bluetooth

As part of a project at Intel Research Labs at Berkeley, the project was primarily an outgrowth of several months of studies and research on the concept of Familiar Strangers. Comments (Comments)

InphoMatch posts record boost in SMS traffic in North America
Posted on 17-Apr-2004 12:40Tags News, Mobile

Are North Americans really getting into text message now? Comments (Comments)

AT&T Wireless launches mobile music recognition
Posted on 16-Apr-2004 21:12Tags News, Mobile

The new music recognition service allows customers to identify songs simply by placing their phones near a music speaker. Comments (Comments)

Mobile gamers can now throw Pingu on Java enabled mobile phones
Posted on 16-Apr-2004 19:48Tags News, Gaming

In the last few weeks a link to Flashplayer-based game has been around the internet. Now a version for Java-enabled mobile phone is available. Comments (Comments)

The PDA Guy web site giving away 10 copies of Agenda Fusion
Posted on 16-Apr-2004 17:46Tags News, Software

The Australian web site is running an interesting competition where Pocket PC users can tell their tales of missed appointments. And score one of ten copies of Agenda Fusion. Comments (Comments)

Introduction to Windows Mobile devices concepts and .Net
Posted on 15-Apr-2004 18:28Tags News, Development

Michael Yuan released a set of slides from his presentation about Windows Mobile technologies. Comments (Comments)

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