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Mitac Mio 8390 Smartphone review
Posted on 30-Jul-2004 20:57Tags News, Windows Mobile Smartphone

Smartphonethoughts.com reviews this Windows Mobile based Smartphone. Comments (Comments)

PalmSource licenses Palm OS to QTech
Posted on 29-Jul-2004 22:18Tags News, Palm

Company will create Palm Smartphones and mobile solutions for the Indian and Latin American markets. Comments (Comments)

Pocket PC get NeoMedia's Mobile Go-Window
Posted on 29-Jul-2004 22:05Tags News, Software

The Mobile Go-Window is a horizontal text-entry bar on the screen of a cell phone, smartphone, PDA or other Web-enabled wireless device where users enter numeric strings from UPC or other bar codes to link directly to targeted online information. Comments (Comments)

Blackberry Connect Solution to be enabled in Motorola MPx and MPx220 devices
Posted on 27-Jul-2004 23:47Tags News, BlackBerry

Through RIM's BlackBerry Connect licensing program, the Motorola MPx and MPx220 will be able to connect to BlackBerry services including BlackBerry Enterprise Server and BlackBerry Web Client. Comments (Comments)

Skype launches version 1.0 including pre-paid calls to POTS from Pocket PC
Posted on 27-Jul-2004 23:20Tags News, VoIP

New features include call tracking, conference calling and officially SkypeOut. SkypeOut is also available on Pocket PC. Comments (Comments)

Tissot announces its MSN Direct (SPOT) watch
Posted on 27-Jul-2004 19:19Tags News, MSN Direct (SPOT)

The Swiss watchmaker is part of the Swatch Group. Its SPOT model combines touch-screen technology with up to date personalized information from MSN Direct (video inside). Comments (Comments)

Need a headset for your mobile phone? freeheadset.org will help
Posted on 27-Jul-2004 19:10Tags News, Mobile

Company distributes free headsets for mobile phone users in the USA. FreeHeadset.org launches program to promote wireless phone safety by giving away free cell phone headsets. Comments (Comments)

New Motorola Linux based Smartphone with EDGE
Posted on 27-Jul-2004 18:16Tags News, EDGE

The new device combine PDA functionality, EDGE, Java, Linux and OTA synchronisation with MOTOSYNC. Comments (Comments)

Motorola announces the MPx220
Posted on 27-Jul-2004 18:10Tags News, Windows Mobile Smartphone

Motorola has unveiled the Motorola MPx220 with Windows Mobile Smartphone software. This mobile device includes an integrated 1.23 Megapixel Camera, Bluetooth and Quad Band GSM/GPRS. Comments (Comments)

Basejet being discontinued
Posted on 27-Jul-2004 16:22Tags News, Palm

The wireless e-mail service for Palm devices will operate until January 2005 according to the company's website. Comments (Comments)

Apple iTunes coming to mobile phones
Posted on 27-Jul-2004 15:26Tags News, Mobile

Motorola and Apple are partnering to enable iTunes songs to be transferred to Motorola mobile phones via USB or Bluetooth. Comments (Comments)

Web version of MSN Messenger in the works
Posted on 27-Jul-2004 08:58Tags News, Computing

MSN is currently running a beta trial of a web based MSN Messenger application. Comments (Comments)

Synaptics introduces NavPoint interface for Pocket PC
Posted on 27-Jul-2004 08:44Tags News, Computing

The first Pocket PC to use this new interface which includes touchpad and cursor functionality on mobile devices is the HP iPAQ hx4700. Comments (Comments)

HP launches Pocket PC Phone Edition with T-Mobile
Posted on 27-Jul-2004 08:33Tags News, Phone Edition

Operator is going to be first to distribute new Bluetooth, wi-fi Quad band GSM/GPRS device from HP, which will be later available from other operators in Europe and Asia-Pacific. Comments (Comments)

HP launches new Pocket PC models
Posted on 27-Jul-2004 08:00Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

New line includes devices with 1.2megapixel digital camera, VGA resolution and touchpad. Comments (Comments)

T-Mobile licenses Flash Lite for new service
Posted on 26-Jul-2004 22:29Tags News, Computing

The company is using Flash Lite 1.1 as the ngine Powering News Express Service. Comments (Comments)

RealNetworks Harmony to play in all devices
Posted on 26-Jul-2004 17:45Tags News, Entertainment

The company is launching a new DRM technology that works with devices on various platforms, including Apple iPod, palmOne, RCA, Creative, Samsung and more. Comments (Comments)

BSQUARE no longer producing Power handheld devices
Posted on 24-Jul-2004 18:51Tags News, Windows CE

The handheld GPRS enabled device was offered by Vodafone in Europe, based on Windows CE .Net. Comments (Comments)

New Garmin iQue 3200 Palm OS based PDA/GPS
Posted on 24-Jul-2004 07:42Tags News, Palm

New unit is powered by Palm OS 5.2 and a 200MHz processor. Comments (Comments)

iBIZ still trying to bring the Virtual Keyboard to the market
Posted on 23-Jul-2004 20:20Tags News, Computing

Are we going to see the iBIZ laser Virtual keyboard anytime soon? iBIZ has now signed a license and distribution agreement with a company that owns IP on this virtual input device. Comments (Comments)

Skype signs four carriers for SkypeOut
Posted on 23-Jul-2004 20:05Tags News, VoIP

COLT, iBases, Level3 and Teleglobe will provide global call termination to new SkypeOut service. Comments (Comments)

Cirond announces PocketWiNc 2.0
Posted on 23-Jul-2004 08:09Tags News, Software

The company did not elaborate on what's new in the latest version, from the previous PocketWiNc 1.3. Comments (Comments)

Toshiba announces new Media Center laptop
Posted on 23-Jul-2004 00:12Tags News, Computing

New laptop comes with wi-fi, Bluetooth, Dolby Digital, and multi-media reader (SD, XD and Memory Stick) and built-in TV tuner. Comments (Comments)

Dell accessories for Pocket PC: Bluetooth GPS and Keyboard
Posted on 22-Jul-2004 22:14Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

The company is now offering new Bluetooth enabled products to complement its Pocket PC line. Comments (Comments)

Telstra commited to 3G: WCDMA and EV-DO
Posted on 22-Jul-2004 15:00Tags News, 3G

Australian operator Telstra announced that it will upgrade its current set of 2.5G services, implement W-CDMA on their GSM networks, and deploy EV-DO on the CDMA side of the business. Comments (Comments)


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