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Motorola iRadio System Hits the Road at CES 2001


Motorola today announced its Internet radio prototype called iRadiotm, a revolutionary concept in in-vehicle information and entertainment via wireless Web access. The company will unveil iRadiotm, the latest DigitalDNAtm technology from Motorola, at the Consumer Electronics Showcase in Las Vegas, Nevada, Jan. 6-9, 2000 (booth #19119 in the Sands Expo ...

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Intel Introduces Portable Audio Player


Intel Corporation today introduced a portable digital audio player that provides up to four hours of music programming and more than 20 hours of spoken-word audio. The new product is equipped with 128 MB of memory for storing digital audio in MP3 and Windows* Media Audio (WMA) formats. The Intel® ...

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Handspring goes wireless


Handspring, Inc. (NASDAQ: HAND) announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Bluelark Systems, Inc. of Mountain View Calif., developers of Blazer™ and BlueSky™, a Palm OS™ web browser and proxy server system that enable fast, seamless Internet access from handheld computers. With this acquisition, Handspring ...

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SongPro Gameboy MP3 Module


Pocket game users all over the world can pick up their Game BoyTM, remove the game cartridge, and plug-in a SongProTM Personal Music Device. SongPro.Com has developed a multimedia player plug-in module that turns pocket entertainment systems into powerful multimedia and digital music players. Listen to music, the spoken-word, comedy ...

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Morphing I-Mode Phones to Upstage 3G Debut


By Reed Stevenson TOKYO (Reuters) – Hyper-fast third-generation mobile phones are coming to Japan in mid-2001, at least 18 months ahead of the rest of the world, but their landmark debut will be eclipsed by innovations in existing technology, analysts say. Japan’s second-generation “2G” phones, including NTT DoCoMo (news – ...

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Mobile Phone Firms Face Fresh Suits Over Tumors


By Richard Baum LONDON (Reuters) – Mobile phone companies are facing fresh legal action from brain tumor victims in the United States, a newspaper reported on Thursday. Britain’s Times newspaper said Peter Angelos, a U.S. lawyer who recently helped win $4.2 billion in damages from the tobacco industry, was planning ...

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Microsoft’s Prototype Tablet PC


Chairman and chief software architect of Microsoft Corp., unveiled a new direction in PC technology during his keynote address when he demonstrated a working prototype of a Tablet PC: a full-function Microsoft® Windows® operating system-based PC incorporating the convenient and intuitive aspects of pencil and paper into the PC experience. ...

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CM Tech’s Pocket Photo Digital Camera


The Pocket Photo CJ-100 is small enough to wear as a necklace. Just over 5″ long, and less than 2″ wide. The “Dual Digital Camera” can store approximately 120 photos at 640×480 resolution. Two AA batteries should last 1000 exposures. This is a remarkable camera for its size, it even ...

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MachZ all-in-one Linux Chip


ZF Linux Devices, Inc, is announcing its ultra-low power (< 1/2W @ 133MHz) MachZ PC-on-a-Chip with a software suite that includes a fully implemented PhoenixBIOS™ from Phoenix Technology and a choice of a customized Linux implementation or the WindRiver VxWorks real-time operating system (RTOS). Every MachZ Integrated Development System includes ...

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Palm sized PennyScanner


The PennyScanner is designed to provide an extremely low cost solution for consumer scanning applications where convenience, simplicity and ease of use are paramount. To activate the scanner, simply press the button. The unit stays active a pre-determined time, 1 the unit will then scan barcodes. Barcodes can be deleted ...

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Bluetooth Headset for Mobile Phone Use


Japan Total Design Communication Co., Ltd. unveiled a new wireless headset designed especially for use with mobile phones. The headset, called “i2me” (pronounced “it’s me”), employs Bluetooth wireless technology. To use it, first a user needs to connect his/her mobile phone to a dedicated adapter unit, and the adapter and ...

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Aluminum Power to change Mobile Devices


Canada’s Aluminum-Power Inc. today announced that its breakthrough aluminum-air fuel cell for portable energy applications is featured in the December, 2000 issue of Scientific American’s monthly “Fuel Cell Industry Report”. The extensive article describes the unique features of the Aluminum-Power technology and the extended capacities and power output of the ...

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