Intellisync has added synchronization support for Windows Mobile smartphones. This application now provides smartphone users with two-way, desktop-based synchronization of email, calendar, contacts and tasks.
Samsung will be refreshing its i500 Palm OS SmartPhone device with a release of the Samsung i550 in the U.S. on the Sprint network later this year. This device will carry over much of the same design features from the original i500 but will be using Palm OS 5.2.
New games this week include K&G Arcade for Pocket PC, GameBox Asia for Palm OS, IntelliGolf for Smartphones, and more.
Handmark has unveiled its new Handmark Express wireless information service that allows Palm OS and Windows Mobile smartphones to quickly obtain information about news, weather, sports, movie listings, stock prices, and more.
Motorola first showed off its MPx100 SmartPhone in Cannes, France a couple of weeks ago. They're back showing it off in Atlanta, GA now. Brian is on location in the Peach State and talked to the folks at Moto and snapped some pictures of this upcoming phone.
Power By Hand, which already owns PalmGear and Palm Digital Media, has just acquired two companies that sell software for Pocket PCs and Smartphones.
With the upcoming Asus MyPal A730 Pocket PC and Asus MyPal A8100 Windows Mobile Smartphone, both of which will depend upon yet to be released Microsoft and Intel technologies, Asus will take a step ahead of all other PDA devices on the market in regards to feature set. Today we take an in depth look at the MyPal A730, a VGA capable PDA with built-in 1.3MP camera and a generous dose of speed, memory and wireless capabilities (pics, specs, live CeBIT coverage included).
Samsung is demonstrating at the CeBIT tradeshow an upcoming handset running Windows Mobile 2003 for Smartphone.
A comparison of Windows Mobile for Pocket PC and Windows Mobile for Smartphone.
Bitstream has released a beta version of a web browser for devices running Windows Mobile for Smartphone.
Motorola has officially unveiled its upcoming Smartphone devices at the 3GSM World Congress in Cannes France. The device we were referring to as the MPx300 turns out to be called simply the Motorola MPx. The MPx looks to be a very different type of phone that offers the user a horizontal or vertical alignment when being used and will include Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Tri-band GSM/GPRS, SD slot, 320x240 2.8 inch screen, 1.3 MP integrated camera and a QWERTY layout keyboard. We hear it might also come equipped with a built in hand/hair dryer to squelch any perception there was a feature left out.
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