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Intel joins Mobile Enterprise Alliance
Posted on 20-Jan-2004 13:16Tags News, Computing

The Mobile Enterprise Alliance (MEA) is a global not-for-profit organization promoting the business benefits of workforce mobility to enterprise end users and decision makers. Comments (Comments)

Survey on UKs female entrepreneur results
Posted on 20-Jan-2004 13:01Tags News, Mobile

The UK female entrepreneur is in her early 30s, tech savvy, well connected and thrives on risk, according to a survey released today by Aurora, the UK's largest business women's network. Comments (Comments)

Niue's wi-fi internet survived cyclone's devastation
Posted on 20-Jan-2004 10:07Tags News, Mobile

.NU domain services are located in the US and Europe. Wireless infrastructure not lost, and Telecom New Zealand restored communications with the island. Comments (Comments)

Clickatell to Host SMS workshop during the 2004 3GSM World Congress
Posted on 20-Jan-2004 09:48Tags News, Mobile

The company has been invited to host a workshop during the event being held in Cannes, 23 to 25 February 2004. Comments (Comments)

IA Style to merge with HTC and stop selling software for Windows Mobile devices
Posted on 19-Jan-2004 10:27Tags News, Phone Edition

The company is merging operations with HTC, manufacturer of mobile devices. Software products will be bundled with HTC products and on-line availability will cease from 30 January. Comments (Comments)

CellStar shows the PocketSurfer Bluetooth web browser device
Posted on 17-Jan-2004 09:28Tags News, Computing

The company is showing a device that incorporates Bluetooth and a browsing service to bring the web to mobile users. Comments (Comments)

Internet access to high seas
Posted on 17-Jan-2004 08:33Tags News, Wi-Fi

Connexion by Boeing is expanding its services to include maritime communications. Comments (Comments)

Telstra alerts customers to SMS hoax
Posted on 16-Jan-2004 11:47Tags News, Mobile

Telstra advised its customers an SMS encouraging people to send a particular message onto eight people, so they would receive free SMS text messages for a month, was a hoax and should be ignored. Comments (Comments)

Mforma signs deal with Universal and Paramount for on-line gaming
Posted on 16-Jan-2004 07:29Tags News, Gaming

Like horror movies? Or perhaps action? MForma is creating mobile games based on famous movies from Hollywood studios. Comments (Comments)

Frogpad announces Bluetooth enabled one-handed keyboard
Posted on 15-Jan-2004 20:02Tags News, Bluetooth

One-handed keyboard debuts Bluetooth technology and announces versions for Mac and Windows users. Future wearable versions for PDAs in the plans. Comments (Comments)

Nokia introduces the first EDGE Smartphone in the Americas market
Posted on 15-Jan-2004 19:46Tags News, EDGE

The nokia 6620 brings real-time streaming video thanks to the high-speed connection based on EDGE technology. Comments (Comments)

Telecom New Zealand to launch the HTC Falcon Pocket PC Phone Edition
Posted on 15-Jan-2004 19:30Tags News, Phone Edition

The mobile operator is almost ready to release the HTC Falcon, also known as the Audiovox PPC 5050 in the New Zealand market. Comments (Comments)

Mobility Electronics joins Symbian Platinum Program
Posted on 15-Jan-2004 07:43Tags News, Symbian

The company behind QuickOffice gets closer to Symbian and targets enterprise. Comments (Comments)

Samsung SGH-i700 CDMA to be released in Australia
Posted on 14-Jan-2004 21:38Tags News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

Reports seem to indicate that Telstra is testing the SGH-i700 Pocket PC Phone Edition on their CDMA 1xRTT network. Comments (Comments)

Using gestures to control devices with Lightglove Virtual Controller
Posted on 14-Jan-2004 20:43Tags News, Computing

Imagine yourself using gestures to control lights, enter text in your handheld or type on your PC. In the air, without even having a laser keyboard. Comments (Comments)

Opera 7 now available for Linux PDA
Posted on 14-Jan-2004 19:03Tags News, Computing

The software company announced the release of Opera 7 for the Sharp Zaurus Linux PDA. Comments (Comments)

More than 1,000 wi-fi certified products, 25% fail compliance tests
Posted on 14-Jan-2004 09:10Tags News, Wi-Fi

The Wi-Fi Alliance announced that over 1,000 products from over 120 manufacturers have received certification since testing began in March 2000. Wireless LAN interoperability and performance still an issue. Comments (Comments)

Fodor Guides now available for handhelds
Posted on 14-Jan-2004 09:04Tags News, Computing

Fodor Guides available for Windows Mobile Pocket PC and Palm OS devices. Comments (Comments)

NVIDIA selected by Mitsubishi for new i-Mode phone
Posted on 14-Jan-2004 08:45Tags News, Computing

NVIDIA's GoForce 2100 adopted by Mitsubishi offers low-power multimedia functionality on mobile phones. Comments (Comments)

Orange pusth-to-talk (PTT): Talk Now
Posted on 14-Jan-2004 08:42Tags News, Mobile

The new service from mobile operator Orange is branded Talk Now, and is powered by Kodiak Networks. Comments (Comments)

TDK Bluetooth stack update
Posted on 14-Jan-2004 08:30Tags News, Bluetooth

TDK Systems releases an update driver and software package for their Bluetooth line of products. The update includes the HID (Human Interface Device) needed for Bluetooth mouse and keyboard connections. Comments (Comments)

i-mate Pocket PC Phone Edition available from Telstra and Vodafone Australia
Posted on 14-Jan-2004 07:53Tags News, Phone Edition

According to the distributor the announcement is the start of a rollout across the Asia Pacific region. Comments (Comments)

Toshiba announces family of high-speed SD cards
Posted on 13-Jan-2004 20:56Tags News, Computing

A higher performance SD card that is five times faster than current technologies, ideal for digital video and images. Comments (Comments)

A stationary competitior for the MSN Direct SPOT watches?
Posted on 13-Jan-2004 20:45Tags News, MSN Direct (SPOT)

The same folks who developed the Ambient Orb are now offering the Executive Dashboard. It receives information from the Ambient Information Network, pretty much like the MSN Direct service. Comments (Comments)

Handango introduces program for non-profit organisation, schools and other organisations
Posted on 13-Jan-2004 11:26Tags News, Computing

Handango Gives Back: appreciation program pays non-profits, schools and user groups when they buy mobile software at Handango. Comments (Comments)

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