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Sony Ericsson M600 mobile communicator unveiled


Sony Ericsson today unveiled the M600 handset. The dual-mode thumbster measures only 15-milimeters and is designed for UMTS and tri-band GSM/GPRS networks. Each key on the QWERTY keyboard handles two letters, one is chosen depending on the angle that you tap it. The display is a 2.6-inch 262k with 320 ...

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New mobile Linux group emerges


On Monday, a group of companies led by PalmSource Inc., France Telecom SA, Orange SA, TIM Italia SpA, ARM Holdings PLC, Jaluna SA, Open-Plug and Montavista Software Inc., announced the launch of Linux Phone Standards (LiPS) Forum. The aim of the newly created LiPS Forum is to create application programming ...

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Nortel and Websense to Secure Mobile Devices


Are you worried that confidential files on your wireless phone may be susceptible to vicious viral attacks. A survey put out by the security software maker Symantec Corp., found that 70% of respondents were concerned that hackers could steal or corrupt information on their wireless handsets. Nortel Networks Inc. and ...

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Sharp unveils new advanced-TFT Mobile Display


Sharp has now come out with a new mobile display which seems to be in tune with the growing demand for state-of-the-art, sleek mobile monitors. The product which has been branded as a QVGA TFT-LCD ( Thin Film Transistor Liquid Crystal Display), boasts of everything which you desire from an ...

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ARM Reveals 1GHz Mobile Phone Processors


British semiconductor massive ARM Holdings today unveiled the fastest processor ever designed for portable devices. This new processor will allow mobile phones, digital cameras, PDAs and TVs to achieve processing speeds comparable to those now in desktop computers. The Cortex-A8 processor is expected to deliver up to 2,000 DMIPS and ...

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HP Releases Biometric iPAQ and Mobile Printer


HP today expanded their iPAQ line of Pocket PCs and released a mobile printer. The HP iPAQ rx1950 and the HP iPAQ hx2000 series Pocket PCs are the latest enhanced handhelds from HP. They come equipped with Windows Mobile 5.0 OS, driver enhanced mobile communication, entertainment and productivity solutions. The ...

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Sprint PPC-6700, First Windows Mobile 5.0 PDA in US


Sprint has officially just let loose the first Windows Mobile 5.0 PDA in the US. It’s called the Sprint PCS Vision Smart Device, PPC-6700, and features EV-DO, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities. Many will drool over it’s CDMA and Wi-Fi capabilities, it even sports a 1.3 megapixel camera with full video ...

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Garmin Mobile GPS Software on your cell phone


Garmin has just announced that they are releasing a new suite of mobile GPS applications called Garmin Mobile. The apps will be mainly for cell phones but I’m sure they will port to PDA’s soon. The interface is based on the StreetPilot unit’s design with turn-by-turn navigation, directions, and moving ...

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Pay Mobile TV has takers: Survey


It’s true. A latest Finnish survey reveals that TV on mobile phones is catching up fast. More than that, the viewers have no qualms in shelling out for it. If so, then it opens up fresh vistas for new mobile applications. Forty one per cent of pilot participants would be ...

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ABC Targets Mobile Phone Viewers


Popular show information from ABC Television Network like “One Life to Live”, “All My Children”, and “Jimmy Kimmel Live” will soon be made available to the viewers on their mobile phones. The network has entered into an agreement with Proteus, a provider of mobile content that will facilitate viewers to ...

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Linux grows to be a serious mobile platform contender


With so many new smart phones coming to market, they will require more innovative software to make them attractive and unique to users. Montavista Software Inc. has been working for some time to get native, hard real-time developments to the Linux kernel, thus reducing the time between the command and ...

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