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NZ Herald publishes content for handheld devices
Posted on 30-Jan-2003 18:19 News, Computing

The NZ Herald newspaper has a content distribution service for handheld devices.

Opera 7 available - Small screen rendering technology
Posted on 30-Jan-2003 16:27 News, Computing

Opera 7 is available for download

Vodafone, Cancer Society report UV Index
Posted on 30-Jan-2003 16:20 News, Mobile

Vodafone NZ and the Cancer Society offer free UV index service through SMS

Vodafone UK and Hotmail team
Posted on 30-Jan-2003 16:11 News, Mobile

The Register reports that Vodafone UK is going to include Hotmail functionality to its users.

Free iPaq - in Switzerland
Posted on 30-Jan-2003 16:07 News, Computing

Participants in the World Economic Forum, in Davos got free iPaqs

Rugged mobile computer
Posted on 30-Jan-2003 09:16 News, Computing

Computerworld.com has a short article about rugged mobile devices.

More online gaming...
Posted on 30-Jan-2003 02:08 News, Bluetooth

This time on-line gaming over GSM, with a Bluetooth connection. And from a Gameboy!

Update New features coming to Geekzone
Posted on 29-Jan-2003 18:21 News, Site related

Geekzone to have some new features soon

Handheld sales down?
Posted on 29-Jan-2003 17:34 News, Mobile

From news.com (a CNet service), comes the report of handheld sales going down.

Mobile hoax in Vodafone NZ network...
Posted on 29-Jan-2003 13:54 News, Mobile

Stuff reports there's a hoax going around the Vodafone NZ network, in the form of a SMS.

A new Intel XScale processor in the works?
Posted on 29-Jan-2003 12:49 News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

Pocket PC Thoughts has some interesting information about this new development in the XSCALE line.

WalkerWireless receives funds
Posted on 27-Jan-2003 08:41 News, Wi-Fi

WalkerWireless, provider of WiFi and other wireless services in New Zealand, received funding to start a national network.

Doom for Ericsson P800
Posted on 27-Jan-2003 08:04 News, Mobile

A port of the game that changed the way people interact with imaginary worlds.

@Mail 1.0 released
Posted on 25-Jan-2003 12:06 News, Software

The Inbox replacement software is here, with lots of features. Download a 15 day trial version!

Dana by Alphasmart available now
Posted on 24-Jan-2003 14:34 News, Palm

A mix of handeld and notebook, powered by Palm OS (R), US$ 399.99

New ROM for Compaq iPaq H39xx Series available now
Posted on 24-Jan-2003 07:53 News, Windows Mobile Pocket PC

A new ROM with a good list of fixes and improvements is available now to download. *** Only the German version is available now. I've downloaded the English version, but that was removed from the site, without explanation ***

floAt's Mobile Agent goes Open Source
Posted on 23-Jan-2003 20:09 News, Bluetooth

The freeware Bluetooth enabler application is on SourceForge with a new version.

IBM reveals reference design for LINUX PDA
Posted on 23-Jan-2003 20:01 News, Linux

At LinuxWorld IBM revealed a Linux/Java based PDA. What could happen to its Workpad?

Maps in the palm of your hand
Posted on 23-Jan-2003 07:53 News, Development

This New Zealand company makes a very fine mapping program. Maps includes New Zealand, USA, and UK. Read more on this.

Mac OS 10.2 x Pocket PC sync software
Posted on 23-Jan-2003 07:33 News, Software

A new version of PocketMac allows PocketPC users to sync their devices with Mac OS 10.2 Jaguar

Peephole into a handheld virtual desktop
Posted on 23-Jan-2003 07:17 News, Palm

A student's paper present a new paradigma - not only virtual desktop, but it interacts wih reality.

Microsoft Mobility Developer Conference 2003
Posted on 22-Jan-2003 11:52 News, Mobile

This conference will happen at the same time as the CTIA Wireless 2003. There's an European version planned, in Paris.

Garmin launches Palm OS based GPS
Posted on 21-Jan-2003 08:11 News, Palm

the iQue3600 is the is the first PDA to incorporate a GPS.

'SPOT': Fossil watch coming soon...
Posted on 20-Jan-2003 23:06 News, Mobile

Fossil is one of the first to create a SPOT-based wristwatch...

One hundred years of wireless
Posted on 18-Jan-2003 18:28 News, Mobile, by M Freitas

Saturday marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of wireless communication: On Jan. 18, 1903, Italian inventor Guglielmo Marconi stood on a sandy bluff at Cape Cod and sent a greeting from President Theodore Roosevelt to England's King Edward VII. The king responded a few hours later, and the age of wireless had begun.


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