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Vindigo Studios acquired by Japanese content provider
Posted on 19-Aug-2004 22:53Tags News, Computing

The Vindigo Studios acquisition was completed earlier this month for US$36.5 million. Comments (Comments)

Handango releases mobile download stats for July 2004
Posted on 13-Aug-2004 08:00Tags News, Computing

July Edition of the Handango Yardstick Reports best seller's list and other mobile market metrics. Comments (Comments)

AOL Optimized PC for the masses
Posted on 13-Aug-2004 01:16Tags News, Computing

America Online, Inc. announced the new Celeron 2GHz PC, including English and Spanish languages and 12 month AOL membership. Comments (Comments)

Sony invites monitor users to think outside the square
Posted on 10-Aug-2004 17:20Tags News, Computing

New 23" widescreen LCD monitor increases productivity at work and multimedia options at home. Comments (Comments)

AT&T offers annual unlimited wireless plan to US Federal users
Posted on 10-Aug-2004 07:55Tags News, Computing

Through these annual service plans, federal departments can now pay a once-a-year, per user fee that gives individuals unlimited wireless data service on select devices. Comments (Comments)

Handheld market depends on multimedia features
Posted on 10-Aug-2004 07:47Tags News, Computing

Report from Jon Peddie Research says smartphones will grow to 50% of mobile phone market by 2005. Comments (Comments)

Microsoft releases Windows XP Service Pack 2
Posted on 7-Aug-2004 14:20Tags News, Computing

New SP2 provides enhanced security features, default security settings and a few new features for Windows XP based laptops and desktops. Comments (Comments)

Handango 5th year site update
Posted on 7-Aug-2004 10:12Tags News, Computing

With more than 50,000 software titles for multiple mobile platforms, Handango has released a major update to their framework. Comments (Comments)

Cingular Wireless launches wireless e-mail solutions for PDAs and Smartphones
Posted on 5-Aug-2004 18:24Tags News, Computing

The new Xpress Mail Enterprise Edition & Xpress Mail Network Edition are powered by Seven, and provide businesses with real-time data access. Comments (Comments)

T-Mobile USA unveils the T-Mobile Sidekick II
Posted on 5-Aug-2004 00:29Tags News, Computing

The Danger based Sidekick II is now available Comments (Comments)

Infuzer to supply Athens 2004 information on your PDA
Posted on 4-Aug-2004 18:38Tags News, Computing

Infuzer is launching a service that will make information regarding the Olympic games available to synchronise to Microsoft Outlook, Palm Desktop and Lotus Notes. 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)

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)

If e-mail dies - then what?
Posted on 26-Jul-2004 17:29Tags Articles, Computing, by Darryl Burling

The recent speculation on the dismissal of e-mail as an effective form of communication caused me some alarm, and to ask the question "What is the alternative?" and "What could work better than e-mail?". 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)

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)

Greenlight Wireless announces Skweezer 2.0
Posted on 22-Jul-2004 03:00Tags News, Computing

New version includes support for xHTML browsers, landscape support on Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition and better support for Palm OS Garnet and Cobalt. Comments (Comments)

Mobile Crossing Bluetooth GPS review on MGN
Posted on 21-Jul-2004 07:47Tags News, Computing

Mobile Gadget News has published a review, including accuracy information and configuration for Windows Mobile Pocket PC and Smartphones. Comments (Comments)

Handango Yardstick for June 2004
Posted on 20-Jul-2004 07:55Tags News, Computing

The Handango Yardstick is a monthly report on the state of the mobile downloads economy. Comments (Comments)

Microsoft, America Online, MSN and Yahoo! together in enterprise Instant Messaging
Posted on 16-Jul-2004 10:11Tags News, Computing

The Microsoft Office Live Communications Server 2005 scheduled to be released in Q4 2004 will link enterprise IM users to customers using other platforms. Will IM replace e-mail? Comments (Comments)

Updated Visto Mobile Enterprise Server for OTA synchronisation
Posted on 14-Jul-2004 08:04Tags News, Computing

Now with support for Windows Mobile 2003 Pocket Phone Edition and Smartphone. 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)

More operators deploying MapPoint solutions
Posted on 29-Jun-2004 22:04Tags News, Computing

O2 and TeliaSonera will deliver real-time location services for Microsoft MapPoint Location Server. Comments (Comments)

Pointsync technology integrates Palm OS and Pocket PC Mobile Business Applications
Posted on 29-Jun-2004 16:57Tags News, Computing

Enterprise database integrations and two-way data transfers are supported in version 4.5 of the Intercue Mobility Suite from MobileDataforce. Comments (Comments)


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