The Falcon, a folow-up device from HTC, gained FCC approval today for sale in the US. The biggest new feature includes GPS tracking and related software applications.
iE has been working hard at their MONSTA game and it shows. Released a few weeks ago, they have addressed numerous bugs to make the gameplay even better. MONSTA offers turn-based strategy with a monster hunting twist.
Fonix Corporation has a new program called VoiceDial that will let Pocket PC Phone Edition owners dial any of their contacts with very simple voice commands, all without any training needed.
There is good and bad financial news from RIM, T-Mobile has released a ROM update for its Pocket PC Phone Edition, Pocket Informant has been updated, and more.
CNet has dished out awards to the top 100 tech products of 2002. In the handheld category there were a few things to take note of. Sony, Dell, HP and even the Hiptop took home some hardware.
Sendo accuses Microsoft of giving its intellectual property to other developers of mobile phones running Smartphone 2002.
Senseboard Technologies is talking up a new prototype of a device that allows touch typing on a virtual keyboard. A final version could be ready in a few months.
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That's right, Dmitri has taken the great color version and made it in 16 shades of grey. So now all you colorless folks can play this challanging game.
With an increasing number of devices on the market that lack other options for network connectivity, the built-in infrared ports sported by virtually all mobile computing devices can be an attractive and inexpensive alternative to bulky and costly sleeves, cradles, or sleds.
A beta version of the new AvantGo app for Palm OS 5 users has been released, though it still contains a number of known bugs.
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