A company is now offering to upgrade some Palm OS models to 32 MB of memory, the RealOne Player for the Palm OS is finally available, there's a new multilingual spell checker for the Pocket PC, and more.
Toshiba has confirmed the release of both the e750 and the e755 Pocket PC's. Both will have WiFi but neither will have Bluetooth, contrary to earlier reports. The e755 is the same unit but it comes with ArcSoft PhotoBase.
Samsung is trying to push the limits with their integrated PDA/Phone units. They have the Palm-based i500 due out in March and the Pocket PC based i700 coming out later this year. So just what is the latest news on Samsung, what are they doing on two operating systems and where the heck are they going with all of this?
Get free Pocket Streets maps, NetFront browser for the Pocket PC has been updated, there's a new version of Pocket Informant, and more.
Soon developers will be able to test their Pocket PC apps on a PC rather than a handheld, Envoyage gives travelers the info they need, Webcampda.com is a handheld guide to webcams, and more.
I'm often asked the question by Pocket PC users that goes something like this, "I have this great device that I use for normal business functions and playing solitaire to pass the time now and again, but what am I missing and what else can this device do?" There are many answers to this question, but one use that many don't often consider is using the Pocket PC as a movie playing device. That's right, watching a full feature length film on your Pocket PC with excellent playback quality. Pocket PC Films is the company pioneering bringing movie content to your handheld. In this review I cover a product review and a recent interview with Pocket PC Films CEO Darrell Griffin.
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Updated New beta of AvantGo for Palm OS 5, new freeware Pocket PC web browser, mobile version of Civilization might not happen, and more.
A few weeks ago, we told you this was coming. Cutting Edge has released the first Palm OS software capable of viewing Microsoft files in their native format. This is great for many reasons, the biggest one being the need to file coversions is now gone.
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