Video: Asus T83 UMPC on the CeBIT Floor

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Designed with an education application in mind, the Asus T83 UMPC will be available in two versions. One will be strictly Tablet PC style with a touchscreen interface, whereas the second, more expensive model will be “convertible.” This means that the seven-inch LCD can swivel for a laptop-like experience as well. The accent is a […]

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Microsoft Windows Mobile 6: Standard, Professional, and Classic

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Just as there are multiple versions of Windows XP (and Vista) for your home PC, there are several variations to the handheld version. As we anxiously await the official launch of Windows Mobile 6 — codenamed Crossbow during development — we must get used to the new naming conventions that Billy Gates and his buddies […]

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Netgear EVA8000: HDMI port + 802.11n, need I say more?

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What, you thought that all-in-one wonder was all that Netgear had up their sleeves? Think again. Netgear has stormed the convention center in Las Vegas, pounded their way through the doors to CES, and brought us an incredible HD-ready networked digital media player. That’s right, a 802.11n draft spec router with an HDMI port “for […]

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CDMA TyTn heads to Verizon as UTStarcom VX6800

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Verizon seems to really like slide-out keyboards for their smartphones. We’ve already come across their take on the Samsung BlackJack, and now they’re off to the races with their rendition of the HTC TyTn. The UTStarcom VX6800 improves on the HTC Hermes that preceded it, tossing in quite the powerful punch. Running on Windows Mobile […]

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Windows Live Search for Mobile owns Google Maps Mobile

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The editors at Gizmodo had the chance to play with the newly released Windows Live Search for Mobile and compared it against the current benchmark, Google Maps Mobile. After putting the new mapping and direction-giving tool, they decide that the hands-down winner is Microsoft. They’re quick to mention, though, that it may not all be […]

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Windows Mobile “Crossbow” not all it’s cracked up to be

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Just as Windows Mobile 2003 gave way to what most people are rocking these days — WinMo5 — we will soon be in for another iteration of Microsoft’s smartphone software. Dubbed “Crossbow”, this latest Windows Mobile operating system has just gone through its paces at mobile-review, and from what I can gather, they’re saying that […]

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WinMo in a clamshell with Verizon-branded Pantech PN-820

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Pantech is at it again, making substantial headway into the American marketplace. The latest carrier, apparently, to pick up some Pantech goodness is Verizon, with their take on the PN-820 Windows Mobile 5.0-powered flip phone. This leaked picture depicts the silver and black clamshell in all its glory. From what we hear, the PN-820 will […]

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Go rugged with Viewsonic V38r-series Pocket PCs

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The first thing that comes to mind when I hear the name “Viewsonic” is a reasonably-priced though perfectly capable LCD monitor (I think my local Costco has a deal on a 37-inch TV right now, if I’m not mistaken), but did you know that Viewsonic is also in the handheld computer game? Well, they’ve just […]

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CoolPad 728B touchscreen smartphone adds GPS to the mix

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China’s got another touchscreen PDA phone for us, but this one looks eerily familiar. The CoolPad 728B is the follow-up to the CoolPad 728 we saw several months back. From what we can gather, the main difference is simply GPS navigation, though there could be more than meets the eye, especially considering the wallet-busting price. […]

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Samsung unveils SPH-M8100 WiBro IMS handset, not a cell phone

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Technically speaking, the SPH-M8100 is not a cell phone at all, as there are no CDMA or GSM radios on this thing. Instead, its primary connection is via WiMAX (or WiBro as it is called in Korea) and IMS, providing you with SIP-based VoIP. IMS, if you recall, stands for IP Multimedia Subsystem. This combination […]

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Byd Auto F8 hardtop convertible destined for U.S.

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They say that China is going to be the next big market, both in terms of production and consumption. Set for unraveling at the Beijing Auto Show is the F8 hardtop convertible from China’s own Byd Auto. The F8 certainly has some Mercedes SL influence, but they are reporting that this vehicle is the first […]

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OCZ Mega-Kart offers 8GB in credit card-sized form factor

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Thumb drives are great, because they’re so pocketable, but what if you want to be a little more discrete? OCZ has you covered with their latest flash drive: the Mega-Kart has the same footprint as your American Express but instead of putting you in debt, it’ll store up to 8 gigs of invaluable data. The […]

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iMacs already using 802.11n standard?

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The next generation 802.11n wireless standard isn’t supposed to be out in products for a while yet, but rumors are flying that Apple may already be using the draft 802.11n standard in the new iMacs. The reports are that when the new machines are booted with a pre-release version of Windows Vista the wireless card […]

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Gigabyte gSmart i128 is a feature-ful PDA phone

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There are plenty of options out there if you’re in the market for a PDA phone powered by Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 for Pocket PC Phone edition (what a mouthful), so why would you look at this particular offering over another? Well, looking up and down the spec sheet, the Gigabyte gSmart i128 can do […]

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MobiTV headed for Windows Mobile

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MobiTV is now available for Windows Mobile devices. It’s about time, too. Mobile TV is dominating the tech airwaves these days, and it’s only natural that Windows Mobile phones and smartphones be able to take advantage of the new technology. If you have one of these devices, you know what I mean. Speaking of which, […]

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