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.
Motorola has passed over the Palm OS, Symbian, and Microsoft's various offerings in favor of using Linux in a new multimedia smartphone coming out later this year.
In a move to be the cheapest Pocket PC on the market, Toshiba has announced the e350 for $199. The e350 will also provide great value with a 300 MHz processor and 64MB of memory.
A report has surfaced from Taiwan that Toshiba is going to release a $200 Pocket PC in March.
Motorola has developed the i.Smart reference design to help companies create wireless devices. It could be the basis for future Palm OS or Pocket PC models.
Looks like the Sony TG50 wil be released in March, HP has released a patch that fixes an underclocking problem with its recent ROM update for the h3950 and h3955, there is a folding keyboard available for the O2 XDA Pocket PC Phone, and more.
Pocket Plus 1.2 adds many useful features, like repeating alarms, to the Pocket PC, two apps for speeding up the processors in Pocket PC models have been updated, Metrowerks thinks most Palm OS developers use Windows, and much more.
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