Socket Communications has released new software drivers for its Wi-Fi CompactFlash card and Wi-Fi SD Card for Pocket PCs.
VITO Technology has announced a major update of its MP3 player and recorder for Pocket PCs.
PhatWare's PhatNotes Lite Edition is now available for free with Pocket Informant 5.2, the latest version of WebIS' Personal Information Manager (PIM) for Pocket PCs.
Spb Software House has created a survey to learn how Pocket PC owners use their Pocket PCs, what they like and dislike, etc.
The Bluetooth Qualification Program has given its approval to both versions of Toshiba's upcoming e830. This series of Pocket PCs will use the latest version of this wireless networking standard.
Samsung recently acknowledged the existence of an upcoming Palm OS smartphone for CDMA networks. This device is expected to be available from Sprint PCS later this year.
According to a report from infoSync World, the Samsung i550 is still on track for a release on a CDMA network, most likely Sprint. Samsung says the i550 is still in development, but this is the first time they've talked publicly about its release in quite some time.
One of the most highly anticipated Pocket PCs of this year, the ASUS MyPal A730w, can now be pre-ordered. This model will have a VGA screen, two kinds of wireless networking, and dual memory card slots.
HP has released a ROM Update for the iPAQ h4350 and h4355 that, among other improvements, brings Wi-Fi Protected Access to these Pocket PCs.
The three iPAQ rx3000 series models are high-end Pocket PCs with a focus on multimedia. They come with software that allows them to easily play music and video streamed from a Windows PC over Wi-Fi.
Toshiba has now released U.S. versions of the upgrade to Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition for both of its most recent Pocket PCs.
more than 100 focused websites providing quick access to a deep store of
news, advice and analysis about the technologies, products and processes crucial
to the jobs of IT pros.
All Rights Reserved, Copyright 2000 - 2013, TechTarget | Read our Privacy Statement