Hop-On Wireless Disposable Cell Phone


The Hop-On Wireless cell phone is truly a technological and marketing innovation. It provides all the benefits of cellular technology, utilizing the latest features and functionality, while eliminating all the hassles and burdens of cellular service contracts. The Hop-On cell phone is quite possibly the most user-friendly phone on the planet. To place a call, you simply press the CALL ...

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Metricom Files for Chapter 11 Protection Wireless Data Service to Continue


Metricom, a high-speed wireless data services company, today announced that it has filed a voluntary petition for reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code in the US Bankruptcy Court in San Jose, California. Under the protection of Chapter 11, the Company will seek to restructure its operations and debt obligations while maintaining the operation of its wireless network ...

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EZOS is Offers Wap Microbrowser with Secure Mobile Internet Client


EZOS, a service provider active in the field of the mobile I.T. business, announced the European launch of its next generation of micro-browsers today during Microsoft Tech-Ed 2001 Europe, Barcelona (Microsoft Mobile Pavilion, booth 18). The main advantages of EzWAP 2.1 include full support for multiple markup languages (including WML, cHTML and xHTML Basic) as used by current and future ...

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Vita Nuova to ship Inferno on the Compaq iPAQ


Vita Nuova will be demonstrating a Compaq iPAQ running the Inferno operating system at the USENIX Annual Technical Conference 2001 in Boston on June 28th-29th. The demonstration will show a full Inferno port including wireless networking, the Inferno virtual machine, Tk graphics, web browser with HTML3.2 and JavaScript 1.1, and a full development environment all running in under 3Mb of ...

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Digital Scout RF Frequency Recorder


The new Digital Scout RF frequency recorder / field strength meter is the second in a line of nearfield instruments capable of counting digital signals, as well as analog signals. Until now, the only signals that a frequency counter could lock onto were analog signals. In addition to locking onto digital and analog signals, the Digital Scout has a calibrated ...

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PENTAX Debuts World’s Smallest 3 Megapixel, 3X Optical Zoom Digital Camera


PENTAX Corporation, a long time innovator in the photo industry, proudly announces the debut of the Optio 330. This is the world’s smallest and lightest 3 megapixel, 3X optical zoom digital camera available on the market.* The full-featured Optio 330 offers an extraordinarily small size, ease-of-use, as well as the flexibility and versatility of filmless digital technology. The Optio 330 ...

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Panasonic Unveils PC with Wireless Display


Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd., best known for its Panasonic brand name, on Tuesday unveiled its latest portable PC, the ProNote Air FG, which features a wireless touch-screen LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) that can be used within a 50-meter range of the PC body. The product will be exhibited at TechXNY, formerly PC Expo, which starts in New York City ...

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ViewSonic® Redefines Visual Technology Leadership with Introduction of SuperPDA and Tablet PC Products


ViewSonic® Corporation, a worldwide Visual Technologies™ leader, today demonstrated a broad and visionary range of next-generation technology, unveiling a new family of compact SuperPDAs, Tablet PCs, and its most advanced LCD display products at PC Expo 2001. Headlining the ViewSonic offerings at PC Expo are the ViewPad 100 SuperPDA and the ViewPad 1000 Tablet PC, which offer businesses the combination ...

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NEC Computers Inc. Introduces First Ultraportable Notebook with Indoor/Outdoor Viewable Display and Transmeta-Based Processor


NEC Computers Inc., a leading provider of mobile, desktop and server computing solutions for the enterprise market, today unveiled the new NEC Versa® DayLiteTM, the first ultraportable notebook computer to combine the energy-efficient TransmetaTM CrusoeTM processor, an advanced lithium polymer battery, and a unique new illuminated reflective display. Building on a history of innovation, the Versa DayLite integrates a new ...

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SiPix SCP-1000 Shoot & Print Camera


SiPix’s SCP-1000 Digital Instant Camera combines a versatile digital camera and a portable printer in one. With the SCP-1000, printing images is incredibly convenient and simple with the print function embedded in the camera. Immediately after taking a picture, the SCP-1000 can print high-quality, continuous-tone photos in 2″ x 2.5″ size. The SCP-1000 uses thermal color transfer technology to produce ...

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Ricoh and Pretec Team Up to Show 640MB CompactFlash Card


The largest capacity CompactFlash card in the world, 640MB from Pretec Electronics Corp. has been tested and approved by Ricoh Co. Ltd. in Japan to be compatible with Ricoh RDC-i700 and RDC-i500 (2048 x 1536, 3.34 megapixel) digital cameras running current firmware. Ricoh’s RDC-i700 is the World’s first network and Internet–ready digital camera. With RDC-i700’s excellent image capture and build-in ...

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Nokia to deliver new GPRS phone to the Americas


Nokia today announced that its first GPRS (General Packet Radio Service)- enabled wireless phone is expected to be available in the Americas by the end of 2001. The feature-intense Nokia 8390 (GSM/GPRS 1900) combines the newest high-speed packet data technology with the signature style that has become the hallmark of Nokia’s wireless products. GPRS technology allows users to stay connected ...

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NASA to Launch Kodak Professional DCS 760 Digital Camera On Space Shuttle


Kodak Professional today announced that the National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA) has chosen to carry the Kodak Professional DCS 760 camera on board its upcoming STS108 space shuttle mission to the International Space Station orbiting the Earth. The images captured by the multinational crew of astronauts with the DCS 760 will be used for research and development of surveys ...

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Vendor Interactive Demo’s New Wireless Net Device


Vendor Interactive Imaging Systems (IIS) said Monday that it will unveil a new wireless device for browsing the Internet this week. The comapny’s Personal Internet Browser (PIB) is a cell phone-sized device with a full-color screen. It connects to the Internet using Net-ready phones, wireless modems, Bluetooth, or 802.11b wireless networks, according to the company. The company claimed the image ...

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New BE-300 Cassiopeia Pocket Manager


This 32K color, personal digital assistant (PDA) with an open development framework based on Windows CE 3.0 has revolutionized the Windows CE environment. The Casio BE300 Pocket Manager boasts superior expandability, user-friendly controls, and a great price! A powerful and versatile device offers a robust line of business accessories, software and expandability features for both business professionals and students alike. ...

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