BrightBytes™: CeBIT, Danger Update, PalmSource, and More

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The annual CeBIT tradeshow kicks off on Wednesday, a traditional place where New Handhelds are announced. Brighthand’s predictions for what will debut are already available.

Danger has begun the process of updating the system software on the hiptop/sidekick. Version 1.01 has a variety of improvements, and will automatically be sent to users over the T-Mobile wireless service.

PalmSource has finally announced the dates for its next developer conference. PalmSource 2003 will be December 9 through 11 in Santa Clara, California. It also plans to do a series of developer seminars, the first of which will be in May in San Francisco. Two more will follow later in the year, on in Beijing in June and another in Europe in September.

Hoeft & Wessel Skeye Webpanel has tentatively agreed to buy 5,000 of BSQUARE‘s wireless handhelds and offer them in Europe. The BSQUARE device includes a VGA screen, a keyboard, and the ability to connect to GSM/GPRS wireless networks.

The PDACorps Password Manager Suite is for both the desktop PC and the Pocket PC platforms. The two applications work together to help the user remember multiple ID’s, passwords, access codes and their associated notes.

Mark/Space, which makes software that allows Sony Clies to HotSync with Macintosh computers, is looking for beta testers for an app that will allow the Samsung i330 to synchronize with Mac OS X.



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