Mobile Tech News – E-Ten M600+, AvantGo with RSS, New LG PMP

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E-Ten M600+ Launched

The very popular E-TEN M600 has been updated to a plus version. Although the design of this Pocket PC stays the same, increased memory (256 MB of Flash ROM), an updated camera (2.0 MPx), and updated Windows Mobile 5.0 software (enabling ‘push’ email functionality on those systems with updated Exchange 2003 servers) round out an already impressive package.

The E-TEN M600+ sports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and quad-band GPRS cellular connectivity to enable this smartphone to connect nearly anywhere one needs to get connected.

Pricing is said to be reasonably higher than the current M600, and availability to all regions is soon-coming. Read more about the M600+ at E-Ten’s web site.

 

New Version of AvantGo with RSS Support Available

After releasing a beta version some months ago, Sybase iAnywhere has introduced the full version its AvantGo mobile Internet service with RSS (Really Simple Syndication) support. The new version offers greater ease-of-use for viewing mobile RSS subscriptions online or offline.

AvantGo users can add any RSS feed to their account (without installing additional software) and then synchronize using a wireless or desktop Internet connection to receive the feed items in a format optimized for their device.

This free application is available for Palm OS, Pocket PC, and more.

To learn more or to subscribe to an RSS channel with AvantGo, go to  www.avantgo.com/rss

 

New Personal Media Player Coming from LG 

Those who use their PDA mostly as a personal media player (PMP) might be interested in the LG FM35. It features a 2.4-inch LCD screen, plays WMA, OGG, AVI, ASF and P3 edia files, and comes with either a 512 MB, 1 GB, or 2 GB flash drive. 

Its price is between $210 and $295 USD, but it’s not available in the United States (or anywhere outside of South Korea) at this time. 

News via DigiTimes.

 

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