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AT&T Wireless EDGE service goes global
Posted on 13-Jul-2004 21:18Tags News, EDGE

A new tri-band PC Card, the Sony Ericsson GC-83 is now available. Card is currently free after rebate. Comments (Comments)

Telecom New Zealand launches wireless hotspot service
Posted on 13-Jul-2004 18:13Tags News, Wi-Fi

The new service allows Xtra customers to connect to hotspots around New Zealand. Comments (Comments)

Microsoft to launch Windows Marketplace
Posted on 13-Jul-2004 08:13Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

Users will have access to a new hardware and software store, accessible from Internet Explorer and the Start menu on Windows XP. Comments (Comments)

Spb Software Extended Theme Generator released
Posted on 13-Jul-2004 07:54Tags News, Software

The first free tool for creating landscape and VGA compatible Pocket PC themes. Comments (Comments)

iAnywhere launchs XcelleNet Afaria for Windows Mobile Smartphone
Posted on 12-Jul-2004 22:57Tags News, Software

XcelleNet Afaria is the first solution to combine critical Windows Mobile Smartphone security and device management capabilities in a single console. Comments (Comments)

Windows Portable Media Center available for pre-order
Posted on 12-Jul-2004 10:52Tags News, Portable Media Center

Amazon is now taking orders for the upcoming Windows Portable Media Center devices. Comments (Comments)

Implementing the iPOD Rendezvous with a Pocket PC
Posted on 11-Jul-2004 21:55Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

Simeda posted instructions on how to use its Pocketster application as an Apple iPOD Rendezvous enabler. Comments (Comments)

StanaPhone extending reach of free calls
Posted on 10-Jul-2004 12:36Tags News, VoIP

The company is planning a Bonus Credit for users, replacing the free minutes initial offer. Comments (Comments)

Microsoft MVP profiles on-line now
Posted on 10-Jul-2004 10:02Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

Interested to know more about the people that help making the Windows community? Microsoft has now updated their MVP list with profiles, including photos. Comments (Comments)

Auckland Windows Mobile User Group meeting 22 July 2004
Posted on 10-Jul-2004 09:46Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

Users of Pocket PC and Smartphones will gather in Auckland for their first meeting, with prizes and presentations. Comments (Comments)

Pocket PC Magazine announces fourth annual Best Software Awards
Posted on 8-Jul-2004 22:40Tags News, Software

Over 70 Windows Mobile experts from around the world will vote in Pocket PC magazine’s Fourth Annual Best Software Awards. Comments (Comments)

Decuma OnSpot Handwriting system for Symbian UIQ
Posted on 8-Jul-2004 22:13Tags News, Symbian

For selected smartphones currently shipping, consumers will be able to download Decuma's software already this year. Current solutions are for mobile phones based on Symbian UIQ and other operating systems are in the pipeline. Comments (Comments)

Wellington Windows Mobile User Group meeting
Posted on 8-Jul-2004 21:54Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

We report about the Wellington WMUG meeting on 08 July, a few pictures and downloads of presentations. Comments (Comments)

palmOne targets Mac users
Posted on 8-Jul-2004 08:31Tags News, Palm

The company created a new section on their website dedicated to users of palmOne and Apple Mac computers. with special attention to multimedia applications, wireless technology, and Tips and Tricks. Comments (Comments)

palmOne opens eBook store
Posted on 8-Jul-2004 08:26Tags News, Palm

The store is powered by PowerByHand, and provides 13,000 titles in more than 40 categories. Comments (Comments)

Final date for Psion to leave Symbian
Posted on 8-Jul-2004 08:04Tags News, Symbian

The company informed shareholders of the end of the process of selling its interests on Symbian to Nokia. Comments (Comments)

Marathon tracking via Bluetooth and Windows Mobile Smartphone
Posted on 8-Jul-2004 07:56Tags News, Bluetooth

Company develops application to track performance and conditions of athletes in sports events. Comments (Comments)

Bluetooth Heart monitor from Alive Technologies
Posted on 8-Jul-2004 07:49Tags News, Bluetooth

Australian company Alive Technologies have a heart monitor that transmits information to Bluetooth enabled Pocket PC. Comments (Comments)

NTT DoCoMo introduce mobile wallet services with new i-mode smartcard handset
Posted on 7-Jul-2004 23:53Tags News, Computing

DoCoMo's new service and smartcard handsets may be used for a variety of functions that were previously possible only with IC-equipped cards, including train travel, debit card (electronic money) and credit card-based withdrawals and transactions, and personal identification. Comments (Comments)

3D menus for mobile phones
Posted on 7-Jul-2004 23:43Tags News, Mobile

Hi Corp has implemented a 3D menu model for Sharp, available on new Vodafone mobile phones to be released in Japan. Comments (Comments)

More than 3,100 wi-fi hotspots in Starbucks stores
Posted on 7-Jul-2004 23:27Tags News, Wi-Fi

The Coffeehouse chain has added T-Mobile HotSpot location in more five states in the US. Comments (Comments)

Voq available in Europe and to be distributed by Brighpoint
Posted on 7-Jul-2004 08:19Tags News, Windows Mobile Smartphone

Sierra Wireless has released the Voq through Dutch operator KPN, and arranging distribution channels in the North America. Comments (Comments)

Navman releases the PiN Integrated GPS Pocket PC Navigation Device in the USA
Posted on 7-Jul-2004 08:08Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

After a few months in Europe, Navman introduces its integrated Pocket PC GPS with North American maps. Comments (Comments)

Spb Software announces Window Mobile 2003 Second Edition support
Posted on 7-Jul-2004 07:33Tags News, Software

Spb Software House has released updates for all of the top Spb products, including Spb Benchmark. Together with new features like improved scheduled transactions in Spb Finance and screen rotation support in Spb Pocket Plus, Spb adds full support for Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition devices. All these products support landscape mode and VGA screens. Comments (Comments)

Mobile 3D gaming: the next big thing?
Posted on 6-Jul-2004 19:41Tags News, Gaming

Last year, it was the camera phone. But this year, industry insiders say the newest trend for mobile phones will be three-dimensional video games, attracting a new generation of users and driving sales throughout the mobile market. Comments (Comments)


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