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Visual CE now creates forms using SQL Server CE databases
Posted on 27-Feb-2004 17:47Tags News, Development

The software can now use data from any SQL Server CE database to create mobile forms for a variety of applications, from patient tracking to inventory management. Comments (Comments)

CaféNET promotions for March 2004
Posted on 27-Feb-2004 17:41Tags News, Wi-Fi

The Wellington wi-fi provider is giving away free wi-fi access in all weekends during March 2004, plus the chance to win 5000MB traffic. Comments (Comments)

Spb Software House provides solution for Windows Mobile 32 processes limitation
Posted on 27-Feb-2004 08:15Tags News, Development

Users have been plagued by a problem caused by a limit in number of processes and the way some applications are implemented. Spb Software comes with a solution developers can use for free. 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)

Motorola MPx200 in Australia
Posted on 27-Feb-2004 07:50Tags News, Windows Mobile Smartphone

The company announced that Optus channels will start distributing the Windows Mobile Smartphone in the Australian market. Comments (Comments)

RIM signs up with Cingular and Orange
Posted on 26-Feb-2004 21:25Tags News, BlackBerry

Research In Motion (RIM) expands into France and gets bigger in the US. Comments (Comments)

NTT DoCoMo releases the P900i
Posted on 26-Feb-2004 21:13Tags News, 3G

The 3G FOMA series has a new member, to be released 29 February 2004. Comments (Comments)

Panasonic launches Symbian Series 60 mobile phone
Posted on 26-Feb-2004 07:57Tags News, Hardware

The X700 is the new Panasonic's flagship model for 2004. Comments (Comments)

GSM Award Winners 2004 results
Posted on 25-Feb-2004 21:45Tags News, Mobile

The GSM association announced the winners of this year's 3GSM parallel event, the GSM Awards. Comments (Comments)

Opera 6.3 for Symbian UIQ now available
Posted on 25-Feb-2004 19:37Tags News, Software

New features include improved Small-Screen Rendering (SSR), scalable fonts, smooth zooming, and an added Internet search. 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)

Bitstream releases Beta version of ThunderHawk SmartPhone Edition
Posted on 25-Feb-2004 07:41Tags News, Software

Release of mobile browsing technology allows wireless carriers and operators to supplement voice with data services. Comments (Comments)

MSN Mobile services to be included with Openwave software
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 22:04Tags News, Mobile

Microsoft and Openwave team up to offer MSN Mobile services in latest Openwave Phone Suite v7. The platform is currently the most popular framework for feature phones. Comments (Comments)

Mozilla browser for Linux Pocket PC
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 21:00Tags News, Linux

A project to port the free Mozilla web browser to iPAQ hardware running the Familiar Linux distribution. Comments (Comments)

Mobile Gadget News reviews Power Calendar for Windows Mobile SmartPhone
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 18:12Tags News, Software

Developer One Power Calendar is Comments (Comments)

UIQ Technology shows UIQ 3.0
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 08:22Tags News, Software

The new User Interface is designed to run on top of the new Symbian OS 8.0. Comments (Comments)

Symbian announces Symbian OS version 8.0
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 08:20Tags News, Software

The new OS helps accelerating development of lower cost Symbian OS phones, enhances device management, multimedia and Java capabilities. Comments (Comments)

Motorola announced the Symbian based A1000 3G mobile phone
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 08:11Tags News, Symbian

The Symbian based smartphone offers Bluetooth and video-conferencing. Comments (Comments)

Motorola announced the MPx100
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 08:05Tags News, Windows Mobile Smartphone

MPx100 offers Bluetooth, 1.3 megapixel digital camera, Flash and Java, and optional keyboard. Comments (Comments)

Motorola announced the MPx
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 08:02Tags News, Phone Edition

The dual-hinge device opens both lengthways as a clamshell phone and in landscape mode as an exceptional email device with a wide screen and full QWERTY keyboard. Includes wi-fi and Bluetooth. Comments (Comments)

Orange tells 3G strategy
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 07:20Tags News, 3G

Orange delivered a 3G strategy update in which it announced commercial trials of the network in the UK and France, the creation of nine 3G Developer Centres across the globe, and confirmed that it is on track to launch full commercial 3G services to customers in France and the UK in the second half of 2004. Comments (Comments)

Mobile Music Recognition for Windows Mobile Smartphones
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 07:15Tags News, Software

Don't know what song is that one playing now? Record a sample on your smartphone and find out. Comments (Comments)

Nokia launches new enterprise-class 9500 Communicator
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 06:43Tags News, Symbian

The Nokia 9500 Communicator extends business mobility as leading IT vendors offer new solutions and support. Comments (Comments)

Handango launches download client for Windows Mobile Smartphones
Posted on 24-Feb-2004 00:12Tags News, Software

Handango InHand, an intelligent device-resident download client, enables operators to increase the attach rate for mobile downloads and differentiate their data services. Comments (Comments)

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