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ACCESS' NetFront Browser surpasses 100 million deployments worldwide
Posted on 16-Oct-2003 08:19Tags News, Computing

NetFront now stands as the most widely deployed and actively used browser in the beyond-PC market, supporting more OS platforms and devices than any competing browser in the market. Comments (Comments)

Will the N-Gage take off?
Posted on 16-Oct-2003 08:14Tags News, Gaming

The Register reports on weak sales on N-Gage from games store (not counting mobile phone outlets) during its first week in the market. No more than 500 units in UK? Comments (Comments)

Review of FishEye Datelens on PocketPCThoughts
Posted on 16-Oct-2003 08:09Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

DateLens is an animated zoomable calendar for Pocket PC, supporting searching and planning tasks particularly well by using a fisheye representation of dates coupled with compact overviews, user control over the visible time period, and integrated search. Comments (Comments)

IT management tools for mobile workers
Posted on 16-Oct-2003 07:57Tags News, Computing

A couple of tools to increase mobility in the IT management area: administer databases, networks and servers from a Pocket PC. Comments (Comments)

Vodafone will make sure suppliers ready for 3G
Posted on 16-Oct-2003 00:13Tags News, 3G

While rival "3" struggles to get handsets for current customers, Vodafone Group says it'll make sure suppliers know they have to deliver. Comments (Comments)

Intel announced a complete memory solution for wireless handsets
Posted on 16-Oct-2003 00:00Tags News, Computing

The new Intel StrataFlash Wireless Memory system integrates data storage, code and RAM in a single device. Comments (Comments)

The Mazingo service is no longer
Posted on 15-Oct-2003 23:50Tags News, Computing

The Mazingo website now shows just a message announcing the end of its operations. Comments (Comments)

Australian Telstra reports on the number of SMS and calls at opening matches of Rugby World Cup 2003
Posted on 15-Oct-2003 23:46Tags News, Mobile

Telstra mobile network handled 150,000 voice calls and 73,000 SMS during the opening match of the Rugby World Cup 2003. Comments (Comments)

Who is behind the latest HP iPAQs Bluetooth and wi-fi technologies?
Posted on 15-Oct-2003 08:03Tags News, Bluetooth

TI 802.11 and Bluetooth technologies were used to enable simultaneous connectivity for HP's New iPAQs (H4150 and H4350) Comments (Comments)

Prepare your Pocket PC, Palm and Smartphones for multimedia galore: 512MB SD card from Kingstom
Posted on 15-Oct-2003 07:49Tags News, Computing

The company announced the release of a 512MB SD card for a SRP of US$187. Comments (Comments)

Vivendi Universal and Vodafone preparing to roll out Live! in France
Posted on 15-Oct-2003 07:42Tags News, Mobile

Companies signed a couple of agreements, one of them related to Vodafone Live! deployment in France. Comments (Comments)

BonTime for Pocket PC 1.6 update available now
Posted on 15-Oct-2003 07:00Tags News, Software

Just informed by our friends at BSystems that BOnTime 1.6 is now available with some great improvements on the software. Comments (Comments)

Pumatech extends synchronization to mobile phones
Posted on 14-Oct-2003 22:49Tags News, Mobile

Pumatech enters mobile phone synchronisation market by extending its IntelliSync software capabilities. Comments (Comments)

Sony Ericsson Z600 is near perfection
Posted on 14-Oct-2003 20:55Tags News, GPRS

MobileBurn's Michael Oryl says this phone is almost perfect - a little thing here and there, but a vast improvement over the Sony Ericsson T610. Comments (Comments)

Pocket Informant for Pocket PC 50% discount for friends and family
Posted on 14-Oct-2003 20:37Tags News, Software

Just got the news from Web Information Solutions, developers of Pocket Informant, about their family and friend discount promotion. Comments (Comments)

Siemens announces SX1 smartphone
Posted on 14-Oct-2003 20:31Tags News, GPRS

The SX1 is a Symbian series 60 based smartphone. Comments (Comments)

Dr Cooper says 3G is not working - and will not work so soon
Posted on 14-Oct-2003 20:15Tags News, Mobile

Dr Martin Cooper, the man behind the first mobile phone call in US talks to CNET before going to Geneva to participate in this year's ITU Telecom World. Comments (Comments)

New Siemens 3G mobile handset
Posted on 14-Oct-2003 19:57Tags News, 3G

Siemens is very active in Europe and it's now launching its second 3G handset. Comments (Comments)

Dell will not enter the smartphone competition
Posted on 14-Oct-2003 07:59Tags News, Windows Mobile Smartphone

According to an article on The Register Dell has backed away from its smartphone plans. Comments (Comments)

H4150 reviewed on CNET
Posted on 13-Oct-2003 23:15Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

It turns out that CNET prefers the keyboard enabled H4350 instead of this model, just because of a small price difference. Comments (Comments)

H4350 reviewed on CNET
Posted on 13-Oct-2003 23:14Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

This new Pocket PC from HP received the Editor's Choice seal in the last round of reviews. Comments (Comments)

Third Annual Dallascon Security conference
Posted on 13-Oct-2003 23:08Tags News, Wi-Fi

Dallas, Texas will host the third annual Dallascon Security Wireless Security Conference from 1 - 2 May, 2004. Comments (Comments)

Microsoft and Vodafone partner in mobile world
Posted on 13-Oct-2003 21:50Tags News, Mobile

The software and the mobile world converge to create standards for mobile web services. Comments (Comments)

Free software from HP for Pocket PC printing
Posted on 13-Oct-2003 13:28Tags News, Software

HP Mobile Printing for Pocket PC allows printing to a wide array of Bluetooth, infrared and network printers. Comments (Comments)

HP and Ericsson in partnership to expand adoption of Bluetooth
Posted on 13-Oct-2003 13:18Tags News, Bluetooth

HP and Ericsson expanded their partnership to drive mass market adoption of Bluetooth-enabled mobile devices - HP is first IT company to have full access to Ericsson’s Bluetooth design solutions. Comments (Comments)


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