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Software malfunctioning? Fix it over the air
Posted on 6-Feb-2004 12:15Tags News, Software

Insignia Solutions is planning to show its Secure System Provisioning, a system that allows operators and support staff to push software updates and fix faults on Symbian smartphones. Comments (Comments)

Zeta Joypad mobile game pad for Pocket PC
Posted on 6-Feb-2004 12:00Tags News, Games

This is a gamepad controller to attach to iPAQ h22xx/38xx/39xx/5xxxx series. Comments (Comments)

Samsung Electronics develops Satellite DMB chip for mobile phones
Posted on 6-Feb-2004 11:49Tags News, Computing

Satellite DMB is in the spotlight as the next generation in broadcasting formats. The service will be accessible anywhere to users on the move via either receivers in automobiles or handheld terminals. Comments (Comments)

Handmark # 1 in mobile software
Posted on 6-Feb-2004 11:28Tags News, Software

According to a recent study Handmark maintains the position as number one software publisher based in the US for the handheld market. Comments (Comments)

AT&T Wireless promotes EDGE by giving free PC cards
Posted on 6-Feb-2004 11:08Tags News, EDGE

Until 30 April customers receive free modem card with two-year unlimited data plan contract. Comments (Comments)

O2 Airwave provided to more than 30 police forces
Posted on 5-Feb-2004 21:43Tags News, Mobile

O2 Airwave has been delivered to more than 30 police forces and 35,000 officers and support staff. The company also announced a 15-year deal to provide secure communications for the UK Atomic Energy Authority Constabulary. Comments (Comments)

Bluegiga Bluetooth Access Server combines multiple network technologies
Posted on 5-Feb-2004 21:20Tags News, Bluetooth

First device in the market to integrate multiple Bluetooth modules with other wireless technologies such as WLAN, GSM, GPRS and Ethernet LAN. Comments (Comments)

Cognima Replicate incorporated into Opera Platform
Posted on 5-Feb-2004 20:24Tags News, Computing

Opera Software and Cognima have integrated the Opera Platform and Cognima Replicate to provide a way for Network Operators to seamlessly update Home Screen components on their subscribers’ phones. Comments (Comments)

BlackBerry signs up more than one millionth subscribers
Posted on 5-Feb-2004 20:12Tags News, BlackBerry

BlackBerry was originally introduced in 1999 and quickly became the wireless email standard for many enterprise and government organizations. Comments (Comments)

Buying recharge cards for Vodafone New Zealand prepay on Shell petrol stations
Posted on 5-Feb-2004 08:15Tags News, Mobile

Euronet Worldwide's subsidiary, e-pay New Zealand, launched its electronic top-up (e-top-up) services at approximately 240 Shell Select convenience store and petrol sites in New Zealand. Comments (Comments)

HP mobile technology helps improve access to education in underserved communities worldwide
Posted on 5-Feb-2004 08:07Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

Together with the World Economic Forum, HP announced the recipients of the 2004 Davos Companion (HP iPAQ Pocket PC) donation. Comments (Comments)

Vodafone New Zealand to deploy ADC's Metrica for network performance management
Posted on 5-Feb-2004 08:05Tags News, Mobile

Vodafone New Zealand will use the software to monitor the network performance and the quality of services delivered to all of Vodafone customers in Australia, New Zealand and Fiji. Comments (Comments)

SurfKitchen in trial for the next phase of O2 Active
Posted on 4-Feb-2004 22:56Tags News, Computing

An executive from mobile operator O2 UK will be available during the next 3GSM, in Cannes, 23-26 February 2004 to discuss why O2 UK is currently trialling SurfKit Mobile to power the next phase of O2 Active. Comments (Comments)

Rat Race for Java mobile, Windows Mobile Pocket PC and Smartphones
Posted on 4-Feb-2004 22:29Tags News, Gaming

PlayWizard launched a new game. To play on your mobile via GPRS you buy prepay card with tokens, deducted each time you play. Comments (Comments)

The Mtekk write up of the i-mate Smartphone2
Posted on 4-Feb-2004 21:18Tags News, Windows Mobile Smartphone

Now that the i-mate Smartphone is available in Australia, Matt from Mtekk IT has published his views of this device. Comments (Comments)

Roaming Messenger application in beta test on Motorola MPx200
Posted on 4-Feb-2004 20:58Tags News, Software

The Roaming Messenger platform is a scalable solution for deploying secure and real-time messaging applications over wired and wireless devices. The company is now testing a Windows Mobile smartphone version of their software. Comments (Comments)

Advertising on Gametrac
Posted on 4-Feb-2004 20:21Tags News, Windows CE

The company behind the new Windows CE .Net based mobile gaming platform says more about its plans to deliver adverts directly to devices using a technology called Smart Adds. Comments (Comments)

eSignal launches the QuoTrek - streaming real-time market information
Posted on 4-Feb-2004 20:13Tags News, Computing

QuoTrek enters the mobile market with data from over 75 global exchanges, charting and news on BlackBerry, Palm OS and Windows Mobile Pocket PC Devices. Comments (Comments)

The value of personal information
Posted on 4-Feb-2004 17:26Tags News, Mobile

Almost every company you deal with will ask you for a form of identification. Names, phone numbers and credit card information are collected in POS terminals. Individual information collected during transactions are sold to companies that maintain giant commercial data warehouses. How much is this data worth when sold? Comments (Comments)

Good Technology announces GoodLink for Windows Mobile Pocket PC
Posted on 4-Feb-2004 13:24Tags News, Software

The company will make its flagship product GoodLink wireless messaging system available on Microsoft mobile platform. Comments (Comments)

Windows Mobile User Group - Wellington
Posted on 4-Feb-2004 10:17Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

A new User Group is being created in Wellington, New Zealand. The groups focus is Windows Mobile and Windows Mobile based devices (Pocket PC and Smartphone). First meeting in February 2004. Comments (Comments)

NEC to launch the slimmest camera phone in the market yet
Posted on 4-Feb-2004 08:35Tags News, Mobile

The new camera brings new cutting-edge, ultra-thin packaging technology to create a card-shaped mobile phone. NEC plans to use it in upcoming PDAs. Comments (Comments)

Mobile Enterprise Alliance advisory board holds inaugural meeting
Posted on 4-Feb-2004 08:24Tags News, Computing

The Mobile Enterprise Alliance (MEA) is a global advocacy group promoting the business benefits of workforce mobility to enterprise end users and decision makers. Comments (Comments)

From the strange but true Patent and Trademark department: Talking Prescription Bottle
Posted on 4-Feb-2004 02:00Tags News, Wi-Fi

iVoice applied for a patent on "Methodology for Talking Prescription Bottle with Voice Instructions via Wireless Technology". The patent extends to cover even Talking Medicine. Comments (Comments)

IDC numbers show growth in mobile phone and converged devices shipments
Posted on 3-Feb-2004 22:58Tags News, Mobile

The research firm says that 2003 worldwide mobile phone shipments were up 29.7% in fourth quarter and 23.3% for the Year. Comments (Comments)

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