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Casio Cassiopeia BE-300 Pocket Manager

It's not a Pocket PC, but this Windows CE handheld is gaining quite a following

Pocket PC’s Mixed-up Metaphor

Pocket PC is supposed to be a variation of Windows, built on the Windows CE operating system. It's intended to leverage this relationship in order to reduce the learning curve[...]

Chris DeHerrera: Spreading the Pocket PC Word

Windows CE enthusiast Chris DeHerrera has been helping folks with their PDA problems for more than five years. In this first hand account, Chris explains how, and why, he does[...]

FREE Targus Keyboard with Pocket PC 2002 Handheld

At Amazon.com right now, buy any Pocket PC with Microsoft's new Pocket PC 2002 operating system and get a Targus Stowaway Keyboard free--a $99.99 a value. Choose from the Compaq[...]

Bluetooth smiles on Microsoft mobile OS

Microsoft's next-generation operating system for mobile devices has passed a crucial test for Bluetooth compatibility, the software giant said Tuesday.

Pocket PC Upgrade Missing Software

Handheld owners who ordered an upgrade to Microsoft's new Pocket PC 2002 operating system have discovered that some key software isn't included and may never be released.

Compaq prepares for new Pocket PC

Looking to boost sales of its iPaq handheld computers, Compaq is touting that its Pocket PC models are the only ones that will be ready to upgrade to a new[...]

Compaq Announces Free Upgrade to Pocket PC 2002 for iPAQ Pocket PCs Purchased Between September 6th and November 30th 2001

Compaq today announced a free* upgrade to Pocket PC 2002, the newest handheld PC software from Microsoft, for Compaq s award-winning iPAQ Pocket PC.

For Palm users, a PowerPoint show

Software maker DataViz on Monday unveiled an application that brings PowerPoint presentations, along with other Microsoft Office features, to Palm handheld devices.

Microsoft offers taste test of “Talisker”

Microsoft plans to introduce on Tuesday the first test version of "Talisker," its next-generation operating system aimed at a variety of handheld gadgets, Internet appliances and factory automation equipment.

Microsoft, Allies Launch Pocket PC Handhelds

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp. and major computer companies on Thursday unveiled a passel of handheld computers in a marketing blitz...

Microsoft SmartPhone: Impressive Bridge Between Current Handsets and PC Functionality

Microsoft's data-enabled phone, called Stinger in the early stages of development, will now be known as the Microsoft SmartPhone. A beta build of the phone was demonstrated at M bius[...]

Silicon Insights: Palm Vs. Microsoft

Consumers could be ultimate winners in the PDA war between Palm and Microsoft.

Coming to a Pocket PC User Group Near You!

Whether you had the opportunity to catch the Microsoft Mobile Experience Tour this past spring or not, we hope that you'll join us for the fall Microsoft Mobile Experience User[...]

Palm V. Microsoft? Palm wins in 3rd qtr. Sales

Palm and Microsoft, makers of competing software that powers PDAs, are battling for a market expected to grow significantly in coming years as devices evolve into smart communications tools capable[...]

Microsoft: A round of Talisker for everyone

Microsoft plans to announce on Monday a new, more widely available test version of "Talisker," the code name for the next version of its Windows CE operating system.

Microsoft Continues in Its Quest

MICROSOFT IS A company that is always willing to improve its products little by little over time. Yet the software giant is also stubborn, unwilling to budge much from the[...]

HP Unveils Handheld with Upgraded Chip, Software

LA JOLLA, Calif. (Reuters) - Hewlett-Packard Co. unveiled a handheld 'computer on Thursday featuring a combination of Intel components and Microsoft software that the company says makes the pocket-sized device[...]

Conflicting reports: Compaq readies release of new iPaq

Compaq Computer will announce Oct. 4 that it will begin shipping two new iPaq handhelds using the new version of Microsoft's Pocket PC software and will offer a wireless communications[...]

Microsoft hopes to create buzz for Stinger

Microsoft is moving into the handset-making business, hoping to give more bite to its Stinger operating system for "smart phones."