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Last year, the Garmin iQUE 3600 Palm OS based PDA with integrated GPS created quite a stir. That unit has been highly rated by users, leaving the "Pocket PC[...]
MiTAC has announced the Mio 168, which is the first Pocket PC to include a built-in GPS receiver. Unfortunately, it probably won't be available outside of Asia.
In the niche world of GPS PDAs, Mobile Crossing is far from the first name to come to mind, being eclipsed by big-name Garmin, or dedicated innovator Mitac. We've taken[...]
Last week at Computex in Taipei Mitac had it's two new GPS devices, the Mio 169 Pocket PC and GPS integrated device and the Mio Digiwalker 269 pure GPS device.[...]
MiTAC is going to make a Smartphone 2002 device that uses a clamshell design and includes a small digital camera.
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the most popular handhelds and smartphones. There was a strong interest in upcoming models in March, as three of the top ten products[...]
UPDATED: Microsoft was forced by circumstances to pre-announce Windows Mobile 6 several days before it had intended to, but the the formal announcement went off as scheduled.
The Mio168RS is one of the few Pocket PCs to include a built-in GPS receiver. Unlike its predecessor, this latest device from MiTAC runs Windows Mobile 2003 SE.
With the introduction of Windows Mobile 6, Microsoft changed the names of the various sub-versions of this operating system. One of this company's developers has recently given the reasons for[...]
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the most handhelds and smartphones readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks. There was a resurgence of interest[...]
The Bluetooth Qualification Program has given its approval for MiTAC to release its first Bluetooth-enabled Pocket PC with a built-in GPS receiver.
Navman is now offering a rebranded version of the MiTAC Mio 168, a Pocket PC with a built-in GPS receiver.
MiTAC has given the world a glimpse its first GPS-enabled cellular-wireless handheld, which it calls the Mio A701.
MiTAC is going to launch Mio Technology, a subsidiary dedicated to offering the Mio line of Pocket PCs and smart phones in North America.
Some new details have surfaced on MiTAC's next GPS-enabled Pocket PC.
It appears that MiTAC is working on an improved version of its Mio 168, which was the first Pocket PC with a built-in GPS receiver.
Mark/Space has released an app that allows Palm OS users to send a receive faxes and another that gives Mac OS X users more features when synchronizing with Palm OS[...]
MiTAC has unveiled the Mio A201, its latest GPS-enabled Pocket PC.
O2 plans to release new XDA II Mitac plans $199 PPCs Dana to get WiFi, SDIO
A Microsoft spokesperson says that companies around the world will launch 20 more devices running Windows Mobile 6 before the end of this year.