Next week bargainPDA will be bringing you coverage of CeBIT America taking place in New York City. CeBIT is arriving in America for the first time. The show promises to show off some of the latest devices and trends for the handheld and wireless technology realm. We'll be meeting with Microsoft and Palm, please submit any questions you'd like us to ask.
June 23rd will be like New Year's day for Pocket PC fans. Not only will the new Pocket PC 2003 operating system be released, but new PDAs from HP and now Gateway will be released. Should you be prepared for a fierce battle for the PPC crown?
In a sure sign that the official release of the next version of Microsoft’s mobile operating system is close, the software development kit needed to write applications for it can now be downloaded.
SanDisk will soon release a CompactFlash card that offers both 128 MB of memory and Wi-Fi; Apple has updated its synchronization software; Microsoft’s Smartphone OS will soon be available on a new continent; and much more.
According to enthusiast site Pocket PC Passion, Symbol is showing its upcoming ruggedized Pocket PC based on Pocket PC 2003 at the Microsoft Tech Ed conference.
Make presentations via Wi-Fi with Wireless Presenter-To-Go; the Pocket PC Developer Network Web site has been updated; HD Mail Page solves many of the shortcomings of Microsoft’s built-in Inbox application; and more.
ViewSonic turned a lot of heads when they announced their V35 Pocket PC last year. The next in line is the V37 which will be out very soon. ViewSonic has updated their site with full specs giving us details of what to expect.
An upcoming application will give OS X users the ability to synchronize their Pocket PC with their Mac.
UPDATE - Fossil's first PDA/watch came out last year to mixed reviews. While it could sync with either Palm or Pocket PC PDAs, it was huge and had a big appetite for batteries. Their new models are quite sleek and professional, run Palm OS v4.1 and are available for pre-order.
New version of LandWare's Pocket Quicken for Pocket PC; Find Hot-Spots with WiFinder; and Abode Reader v3 for Palm OS now available.
According to a source in the handheld industry, Pocket PC 2003, the upcoming version of Microsoft's operating system for handheld devices, will be launched on June 23.
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