Audacity Audio has released a new version of the Audacity PDA-based dictation software that allows the user of a Palm Treo 600 SmartPhone to dictate on their cellular phone and immediately transmit the file over the cellular network with the touch of a button.
PalmSource today announced a new version of the default web browser for the Palm OS. This has been specifically optimized for smartphones and other wireless mobile devices.
For the first time, PalmSource is showing off Palm OS Cobalt 6.1, the latest version of its operating system. A lot of what has been added is for smartphones, but handheld users will find plenty to make them happy, too.
fun communications today announced the new text messages manager for Palm Powered handhelds and smartphones: funSMS 5 PDA.
Qool Labs has just announced its first Palm Powered smartphone, the Qool QDA-700. This will be the first Palm OS smartphone with a 1.3-megapixel camera.
As part of their goal to get more Palm OS powered Smartphones to market more quickly, PalmSource has signed on three new ODMs that will make Smartphones using the Garnet and Cobalt operating systems. These models will be pre-certified by carriers, so all it will take is a group to market, sell and support the devices. Once adopted, an ODM design could be to market in a fraction of the time starting from scratch would take.
PalmSource has just announced that three companies have licensed the Palm OS so they can help other licensees develop handhelds and smartphones.
Although palmOne is expected to announce a replacement for the Treo 600 in the near future, there's a possibility that its current smartphone model may not be discontinued.
So you are now a new junior executive and your company tells you that you have to be accessible when away from the office. They tell you that you can choose any mobile phone that you want to, but you will have to consider that you will need to do email on it every once and a while. That pretty much knocks out the “free with your plan” phones and makes you consider a smartphone. Your only issue is that you have a PDA and do not want to have two devices that do the same thing. So now you have a problem: getting the smartphone and having everything on one device, with your PDA as your backup to everything; or get a high end phone that will be able to connect to your PDA (maybe even wirelessly), and you can have your email come down to the PDA.
Nokia today announced its latest addition to its collection of megapixel imaging smartphones. It also announced its first Bluetooth GPS receiver.
For the first time, Sprint is offering a smartphone that runs Microsoft's Windows Mobile 2003 operating system. The SP-i600 is a slight variation on a device that Verizon began offering last year.
A version of Info-Cop is now available for Microsoft's Windows Mobile for Smartphones OS. Info-Cop is an on-the-street tool that provides immediate access to vital criminal background information.
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