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Skype planning VoIP to POTS
Posted on 16-Jun-2004 20:50Tags News, VoIP

The company is preparing to make front to competition with new SkypeOut program. Comments (Comments)

HP h6300 series approved by FCC
Posted on 16-Jun-2004 18:31Tags News, Phone Edition

MTekk reports on some interesting facts on this new device, recently approved by the FCC in the United States. Comments (Comments)

Logitech MX900 Bluetooth mouse reviewed
Posted on 16-Jun-2004 18:27Tags News, Bluetooth

Our user Ben has posted on his personal blog some personal views and thoughts on this Bluetooth mouse. Comments (Comments)

More than 1.87 billion mobile users by end of 2007
Posted on 16-Jun-2004 18:20Tags News, Mobile

The Yankee Group says EMEA will remain largest regional market with 40 percent of global wireless services revenue in 2007. Comments (Comments)

How to add Bluetooth to palmOne's Treo 600?
Posted on 16-Jun-2004 18:13Tags News, Development

Treocentral has created a "Bluetooth bounty": developers who create a usable Bluetooth stack for the Treo 600 Palm OS based smartphone can enter to win the lot. Read on for instructions. Comments (Comments)

In-Stat/MDR forecasts 118 million 3G subscribers in China by 2008
Posted on 16-Jun-2004 07:45Tags News, 3G

The report also says that number of mobile subscribers in China will grow from 268.69 million in 2003 to 497.86 million by 2008. Comments (Comments)

ROM update for i-mate Smartphone2 available
Posted on 16-Jun-2004 07:30Tags News, Software

Users registered on Club i-mate can now download the ROM update Comments (Comments)

Visto launches Visto Mobile for wireless operators
Posted on 15-Jun-2004 21:22Tags News, Computing

Visto Mobile gives network operators an integrated solution for delivering personal, business or global enterprise e-mail with push based functionality. Comments (Comments)

First network worm for mobile phones
Posted on 15-Jun-2004 20:41Tags News, Security

Kaspersky Labs detects Cabir, a malware that can infect Symbian OS based smartphones. Comments (Comments)

New features for next generation of Nokia Series 60
Posted on 15-Jun-2004 19:48Tags News, Software

Nokia introduced two new Feature Packs for the Series 60 Platform that will provide future smart phones with rich features and functionalities for operators, enterprises and consumers. Comments (Comments)

Think Outside Bluetooth mouse for Pocket PC
Posted on 15-Jun-2004 18:51Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

After the release of its Bluetooth Keyboard for Pocket PC and Symbian devices, the company is planning a Bluetooth mouse for Q3 2004. Comments (Comments)

Nokia Wireless Keyboard promisses faster text input
Posted on 14-Jun-2004 21:45Tags News, Bluetooth

The company announced a compact foldable Bluetooth keyboard for use with its Series 60 smartphones. Comments (Comments)

Nokia announces five new mobile phones, including a 3G GSM/WCDMA model
Posted on 14-Jun-2004 21:21Tags News, Mobile

The company announced the new models during its annual Nokia Connection conference, held simultaneously in Singapore and Helsinki. Comments (Comments)

More Linux ports for Pocket PC
Posted on 14-Jun-2004 21:03Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

It seems these days everyone is porting Linux to one or another Pocket PC platform. Comments (Comments)

Windows Mobile User Group - Wellington: meeting 8 July 2004
Posted on 14-Jun-2004 20:38Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

We have now details (including prizes) on the next meeting of our Windows Mobile User Group. Comments (Comments)

Next generation Palm OS to be compatible with Bluetooth 1.2
Posted on 14-Jun-2004 08:39Tags News, Palm

PalmSource has licenced the XTNDAccess Blue SDK v. 2.0 to incorporate into new Palm OS versions. Comments (Comments)

Opera offers proxy server to reduce content size for mobile browsers
Posted on 11-Jun-2004 20:22Tags News, Software

Service is similar to other proxy offers on the internet, but works only on Opera browsers, currently on Symbian smartphones only. Comments (Comments)

i-mode services through Telstra in Australia
Posted on 11-Jun-2004 19:56Tags News, 3G

NTT DoCoMo and Telstra start strategic partnership for i-mode services, a mobile internet service that provides subscribers with access to rich content, e-mail, games and other applications and services through their mobile handsets. Comments (Comments)

UEFA Euro 2004 video on mobile phones
Posted on 11-Jun-2004 19:39Tags News, GPRS

Three O’clock Ltd. launches free international video magazine service for mobile phones, including special coverage of UEFA Euro 2004. Comments (Comments)

Aeon of Discovery giveaway on developer's site
Posted on 11-Jun-2004 19:33Tags News, Software

Trisystech's Aeon of Discovery, an upcoming turn-based strategy game for Pocket PC's, is due to be released by July 2004. Comments (Comments)

BOnTime 2.2 released
Posted on 11-Jun-2004 01:30Tags News, Software

BSystems has announced availability of BOnTime 2.2. This latest release introduces a number of important changes. Comments (Comments)

NeuNeo launches PowerPocket battery wallet for iPAQ
Posted on 11-Jun-2004 01:27Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

Company announced a few external battery designs that incorporate battery, leather wallet and CompactFlash slot for selected iPAQ models. Comments (Comments)

CREDANT Technologies launches Personal Firewall to handheld devices
Posted on 9-Jun-2004 17:57Tags News, Computing

The company adds Personal Firewall to its Mobile Guardian Security and Management Software Platform, providing directory-integrated, centrally-managed firewall, access control, encryption and application control in one solution for Windows Mobile Pocket PC Smartphones and Palm PDAs. Comments (Comments)

Orange announces the SPV C500 Windows Mobile Smartphone
Posted on 8-Jun-2004 23:55Tags News, Windows Mobile Smartphone

It weighs just 100 grams and, with its compact 108mm x 46mm x 16mm frame, is currently the smallest Smartphone available. Comments (Comments)

CSR launches its BlueCore4 with up to three times the speed of current Bluetooth implementations
Posted on 8-Jun-2004 22:35Tags News, Wi-Fi

EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) is being announced today, and CSR says its fourth generation of Bluetooth silicon can provide speeds up to 2.1mbps compared to current 721kbps. Comments (Comments)

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