It's long been a complaint among serious Pocket PC users that Microsoft's own bundled word processor, Pocket Word, is far from satisfactory. Well, here comes TextMaker.
It's hard to know where to begin with Bluetooth. So much has been written on this newly pervasive communication buzzword. Yet here is a technology that still has problems, especially in its relationship with Pocket PCs.
We all know Dell as the giant in direct sales of configurable PCs. Two years ago Dell started reselling printers, handhelds and peripherals made by other companies and we have now become used to looking for Dell's coupons and sales on these items. But reselling devices is low profit, and that doesn't fit Dells growth plans. So watch out HP and Toshiba, here comes the Dell $299 Pocket PC.
Orange UK is evaluating a test unit of a Stinger Smartphone, Microsoft Smartphone 2002, produced by contract manufacturer HTC. How well it works on the Orange system may go a long way to determining the Smarphone's place in the integrated device world.
We all know Asia is well ahead of the US when it comes to cell phone technology. With Microsoft's delays on the SmartPhone, we may give the crown for best integrated device to Asia as well.
One use of the Palm handheld that just makes sense is as a tool for tracking your expenses. Many of us have Quicken or Microsoft Money and enter in our expenses, so why not use your Palm device as a point of data entry and personal ledger. Pocket Money can do this for you, Brad reviews it for us this week.
I'm not one to say that any particular Pocket PC device has a huge advantage over any other, but my initial reaction to the Toshiba e740 is that it has put devices like the iPaq to shame in more ways than one. The Toshiba e740 might just prove to be the best Pocket PC device on the market right now. Read why, view pictures and download the specs sheet....
New Pocket PC handhelds sporting 300MHz and 400MHz XScale processors seem no faster than their 200MHz StrongARM predecessors. So what's the problem? We look for answers.
In what is perhaps the worst PR for a new product ever, Audiovox has now made their integrated wireless Pocket PC, named Thera, available for $799.99 through Verizon.
This should be interesting. Pocket PC Films has been around for a while, but most people have never heard of them until now, myself included. Apparently they distribute movies on removable media, primarily geared to the Pocket PC market.
Forget what you've heard about Pocket PC taking over the handheld market, Palm OS's marketshare is growing
Dopod communications corp has announced a new Pocket PC with integrated phone and wirelss capabilities. It's currently only going to be made available to Asia, but it seems there are plans in the works to bring it to Europe and potentially North America.
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