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Virgin Mobile launches the world's first left-handed phone
Posted on 31-Mar-2004 22:01Tags News, Mobile

The business case to launch this mobile phone: seven million people in Britain are left-handed. Comments (Comments)

Groupware for mobile users include speech recognition
Posted on 31-Mar-2004 07:59Tags News, Computing

The new release of Mobile Access supports a variety of devices ranging from basic Internet enabled phones to intelligent devices such as Windows Mobile Pocket PCs, Palm, Smartphones, and RIM/Blackberry. Comments (Comments)

Companies create research centre and laboratory for nano-technologies
Posted on 31-Mar-2004 07:55Tags News, Computing

CEA, STMicroelectronics and the R&D center of France Telecom announced the creation in Grenoble of a joint multidisciplinary laboratory that will study new consumer products and services based on advances in micro and nano-technologies. Comments (Comments)

Vodafone Australia joins InphoMatch
Posted on 30-Mar-2004 07:55Tags News, Computing

Another company using the services to allow SMS between CDMA and GSM networks. Comments (Comments)

Threat from employee PDAs and smartphones ignored
Posted on 30-Mar-2004 07:51Tags News, Computing

According to a survey, the majority of businesses knowingly permit employee mobile devices yet fail to protect computer systems. Comments (Comments)

Microsoft previews next version of Windows CE Platform
Posted on 29-Mar-2004 21:00Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

Company shows new windows CE .Net 5.0 code-named Macallan, including support for Direct3D mobile, and new COM-based programming model. Comments (Comments)

Orange Israel launches multimedia smartphone
Posted on 29-Mar-2004 20:53Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

The multimedia mobile device is based on Windows CE .Net. Comments (Comments)

Gametract on track to China
Posted on 27-Mar-2004 09:44Tags News, Windows CE

Gametrac Europe Ltd has signed a top level Heads of Agreement with multi-billion dollar distribution outlet, CATIC. The extensive agreement includes sales, distribution, technical support and numerous other joint ventures for all Chinese regions. Comments (Comments)

90 Percent of mobile devices lack protection
Posted on 27-Mar-2004 09:25Tags News, Computing

Gartner disclosed the figure during a Wireless and Mobile Summit. Some recommendations on how Enterprise IT can manage this threat. Comments (Comments)

What changed on Pocket Internet Explorer with Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition
Posted on 27-Mar-2004 09:01Tags News, Software

Most websites have a list of new features on this OS update, but neglect to list a few Pocket Internet Explorer changes that can impact how users see the Internet from this browser. Comments (Comments)

T-Mobile to start 3G services in May in Germany, UK and Austria
Posted on 26-Mar-2004 21:00Tags News, 3G

T-Mobile Multimedia or TM3 integrates 3G, GPRS and wi-fi to form an across-the-board offer for mobile broadband communications. Comments (Comments)

T-Mobile W-LAN services at a further 98 Starbucks coffeehouses in the UK
Posted on 26-Mar-2004 20:45Tags News, Wi-Fi

More than 154 Starbucks locations in the UK are currently wi-fi enabled. Comments (Comments)

At last, prices for in-flight wi-fi access are set
Posted on 26-Mar-2004 08:07Tags News, Wi-Fi

Connexion by Boeing has announced the pricing strucuture to be charged for use of its wireless service in planes. Comments (Comments)

Bozidar Benc, RIP
Posted on 25-Mar-2004 19:34Tags News, Palm

Benc was a great developer of Palm applications, and helped leverage the software development industry for handheld devices based on the Palm OS. Comments (Comments)

Cerience releases Repligo 2.0 for Pocket PC and Smartphone
Posted on 25-Mar-2004 08:00Tags News, Software

The new version comes with support for VGA resolution and higher quality graphics. Comments (Comments)

Software and products compatible with Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition
Posted on 25-Mar-2004 07:51Tags News, Software

Already some companies are announcing work to bring new versions of their products, compatible with the new OS framework. Comments (Comments)

XML-Based forms for mobile data collection on Pocket PC and Palm handhelds
Posted on 24-Mar-2004 22:39Tags News, Software

MobileDataforce has released a new version of its XML-based mobile forms development software, Intercue Mobility Suite version 4.0. Comments (Comments)

Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition OS announcement
Posted on 24-Mar-2004 22:12Tags News, Software

The update to the current Windows Mobile 2003 system includes improved screen resolution and font size controls. Should be available in new Pocket PC from September 2004, with manufacturers working on releases for current devices. Comments (Comments)

Logitech adds Adaptive Frequency Hopping to its Bluetooth headset
Posted on 24-Mar-2004 21:01Tags News, Bluetooth

The new AFH technology enables clear connections within crowded wireless areas. Comments (Comments)

Leaf Valeo 22Wi and new Leaf Valeo 17Wi go wireless
Posted on 24-Mar-2004 20:32Tags News, Bluetooth

New digital cameras with 17 and 22 megapixels use Bluetooth to establish a two-way communication with Pocket PC, allowing remote control and remote display. Comments (Comments)

NTT DoCoMo fighting SMS Spam
Posted on 24-Mar-2004 20:07Tags News, 3G

The company is will start blocking Spam senders from using mobile terminals, and accounts can be terminated Comments (Comments)

LIBRIe to use Electronic Paper Display technology from Philips, Sony and E Ink
Posted on 24-Mar-2004 20:01Tags News, Computing

The product will be sold by Sony, starting from Japan in April 2004. Comments (Comments)

NTT DoCoMo to offer flat rate 3G
Posted on 24-Mar-2004 19:55Tags News, 3G

The company announced that Japanese users will have a flat rate for 3G access as low as 3,900 yen, equivalent to US$37. Comments (Comments)

Toshiba Australia/New Zealand celebrates one millionth notebook
Posted on 24-Mar-2004 19:42Tags News, Computing

The company started selling laptops in the Australia and New Zealand markets in 1985. Comments (Comments)

Pocket PC Magazine reviews aluminum case from
Posted on 24-Mar-2004 08:04Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

Allen Gall, a product reviewer with Pocket PC Magazine, calls the case “slender and form fitting” and says he “wouldn’t be worried at all about the drops, scrapes, and bumps". Comments (Comments)

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