There will soon be an email app bundled with the Palm OS that will be able to access Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Domino as well as POP3 and IMAP mail servers.
Xigma Style Japan already has new NX cases CompactFlash Association unveils new specs Infowave to support 'push' email to Tungsten W and Kyocera 7135 New BlackBerry 6210 on T-Mobile Viewsonic V37 shipping to Microsoft registrants
There will soon be 512MB SD cards on the market made by Toshiba; an updated version of the Pocket PC word processor TextMaker has been released; ViewSonic is working on a Wi-Fi SD card; and more.
At the CeBIT conference in New York, Gateway revealed more information about its upcoming Pocket PC, expected in July.
Updated Additional information is now available about this model.
In its July 2003 issue, Consumer Reports rates twenty PDAs, including eleven Palm OS models, seven Pocket PC models, and two handhelds running proprietary operating systems.
Starting next week the Pocket PC world will get a major refresh. The Toshiba e355 and HP iPaq 2215 will be the first PDAs released with the Pocket PC 2003 OS loaded. Following that will be several more iPaq devices and a new ViewSonic V37 PDA all with Pocket PC 2003 as well.
This highly-anticipated Wi-Fi SD card for Pocket PCs won’t be available as soon as Socket had hoped. It’s running into the same problems SanDisk is getting out a similar card for both Palm OS and Pocket PC handhelds.
PhoneMagic is a new Address Book replacement for the Palm OS; users of HanDBase can now create standalone applications; there’s a new stereo adapter for Pocket PC phones and the h1900 series; and more.
More details are available on two Pocket PC 2003 models expected to be released next week.
Retailers are offering some low prices on handhelds and accessories; a new version of RepliGo for Pocket PCs has been released; PDAPortal.us lists PDA-friendly web sites; the upcoming VoIP app for the Tungsten C has been delayed; and more.
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?
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