Popular GSM Articles for 2003
Using the G1 GSM/GPRS CompactFlash Card from Convergent Technology, you can convert your iPAQ into a cell phone and a wireless email and Web browsing device.
Confused by numbers like 802.11 and 2.5G, or by the alphabet soup of PANs and WANs, CDMA and TDMA, or GSM and GPRS? Well, maybe we can help.
According to a Handspring spokesperson, there is no basis for the rumors that the GSM/GPRS version of the Treo 600 smart phone has been delayed by several months.
Handspring’s FCC filing gives the first glimpse of the differences between the CDMA and GSM/GPRS versions of this upcoming smart phone.
Cingular will be the first wireless carrier in the U.S. to offer the GSM/GPRS version of the Treo 600 Palm OS smart phone.
At a trade show in September, several companies will reportedly demonstrate Pocket PCs based on TI’s WANDA concept design, which includes Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GSM/GPRS.
TI won't actually mass market this device, but it would be pretty sweet if they did. Code named "Wanda," it runs on Pocket PC and features WiFi, Bluetooth and GSM/GPRS[...]
New Axim to debut in 2004 with WiFi, Bluetooth, CDMA, GSM/GPRS? Hexacto's Links golf game available on PocketPC Palm Zire wins IDEA2003 Gold award[...]
The 3GSM Event in France has been busy and Microsoft and T-Mobile are taking part. Much of the news is centered on new phones and new services, both of which[...]