Mobility Electronics has announced iGo Quickoffice Premier for Series 60 smart phones and shown a demo at the 3GSM World Congress.
Motorola has officially unveiled its upcoming Smartphone devices at the 3GSM World Congress in Cannes France. The device we were referring to as the MPx300 turns out to be called simply the Motorola MPx. The MPx looks to be a very different type of phone that offers the user a horizontal or vertical alignment when being used and will include Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Tri-band GSM/GPRS, SD slot, 320x240 2.8 inch screen, 1.3 MP integrated camera and a QWERTY layout keyboard. We hear it might also come equipped with a built in hand/hair dryer to squelch any perception there was a feature left out.
Symbian Limited has announced Symbian OS version 8.0 at the 3GSM World Congress. Plus, two additional companies have licensed this operating system to make smart phones.
At the 3GSM World Congress in France, Group Sense PDA (GSPDA) announced the Xplore G88 Smartphone that will run on Palm OS version 4.1. It's not immediately known if there are any plans to bring the G88 to the US.
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 T-Mobile is going to offer in Europe this year.
Unveiled yesterday at the 3GSM World Congress conference in Cannes, France, the HP Jornada 928 Wireless Digital Assistant (WDA) is the first two-in-one device that combines a Pocket PC 2002-powered handheld with a dualband GSM phone.
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