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.
Quickoffice Premier 7 will finally allow people to use Microsoft Office documents in their native formats on Palm OS handhelds. Plus, SnapperMail will let users easily exchange these files as email attachments.
It's been almost a year since we brought you rumors of the iPAQ 2200 series Pocket PC's. Now they're back and it looks like a summer release is possible. Features include Bluetooth, SD I/O, CF and the new Pocket PC operating system.
Don't miss Microsoft's premier developer event for Microsoft Windows Powered mobile devices.
The FCC has posted information on a previously unheard of release from Toshiba. Seems like Toshiba is ready to introduce an upgrade to it's popular e740 PDA by releasing the Toshiba e750/e755 Pocket PC. It seems both will have Wi-Fi and maybe one also have Bluetooth. (pictures in article)
Samsung has taken the wraps off its latest data-centric wireless handheld, which runs the Pocket PC Phone Edition.
People will soon be able to buy Palm OS software from kiosks and have the apps beamed to their handhelds, there's a new version of TextMaker for the Pocket PC, a leather eVest will be out soon, and more.
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.
Microsoft is developing a mobile version of its online service. This will give Pocket PC users access to Hotmail accounts and more.
Intel is close to announcing a new generation of processors designed for future Palm OS and Pocket PC handhelds. Reportedly, these will be faster than the company's current ones.
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