Jobo Digital Album Stores upto 20 Gigs of Images


Today’s digital camera users face difficult problems storing, viewing and organizing their digital images. There are usually many categories of images used for personal projects, and even more if photography is your profession. Most digital cameras store images on media such as CompactFlash, SmartMedia or Memory Sticks. These temporary storage devices are too expensive as a permanent storage solution. Before ...

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NEC Computers Inc. Introduces New MobilePro 790 Handheld PC


NEC Computers Inc., a leading provider of mobile, desktop and server computing solutions for the enterprise market, today announced the MobileProTM 790, the newest addition to NEC’s family of MobilePro handheld PC computers (H/PC). Building on the success of the award-winning MobilePro 780 H/PCs, the ultra-light MobilePro 790 H/PC is designed for enterprise customers whose mobile platform priorities are instant-start, ...

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RIOT-E Delivers Spider-Man to Mobile Phones


Spider-Man will soon be slinging his way into the lives of millions of mobile phone users in Japan as Riot Entertainment (RIOT-E,, the world leader in wireless entertainment, announced today plans to launch a dynamic content package featuring Marvel’s world famous superhero. Created in partnership with Cybird Co., Ltd. one of the pioneers in the development of Japanese wireless ...

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Latest GoBook Goes Faster With Pentium III 700Mhz Processor


Itronix Corporation, a world leader in the design and manufacture of ruggedized, wireless mobile computing solutions, today set the new power standard in rugged mobile computing as it debuted the new GoBook™ rugged wireless notebook with Pentium“ III 700Mhz processor. Already the world’s fastest wireless notebook, the GoBook now becomes an even more powerful tool for mobile workers requiring the ...

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iPaq Can Double as a Phone with UGotACall Software


Compaq Computer’s iPaq handheld computer can now make local and international calls at domestic rates in Singapore. The new service is related to a deal between Singapore communications services company UGotACall and Compaq Singapore. Targeted at the corporate market, companies must first install UGotACall’s server and its software for individual iPaqs. The main catch is that an office must be ...

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Handpsring Japan to Introduce Wireless Module


Handspring Inc said on Friday that it will release in Japan this year a wireless communications module for its Visor handheld computer in an increasingly competitive market for personal digital assistants. Handspring’s local unit said it will tie up with Japan Communications Inc and Tokyo Telecommunications Network Co (TTNet), to sell wireless Springboard modules from this autumn priced at 10,000-15,000 ...

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XYBERNAUT® and Texas Instruments Developing Speech Recognition for Xybernaut’s Wearable Computers


Xybernaut Corporation, the leader in wearable computing solutions, announced today that it has entered into a software license agreement with Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI). This agreement contains three separate licenses that provide Xybernaut with access to TI’s speech recognition source code, the right to adapt, develop and bundle an executable version of that code with Xybernaut wearable computing products and ...

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OmniVision Announces Integrated Mini Camera Module for Mobile Phones and Other Portable Digital Devices


OmniVision Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq: OVTI – news), a leader in designing, developing and marketing advanced, highly integrated CMOS image sensors used in electronic cameras and other optical imaging devices, today announced its OmniStar Cam, a low-power, highly integrated miniature camera module targeted at 2 Gigahertz(G), 2.5G and 3G mobile phones and other portable digital devices such as personal digital assistants ...

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E-Burger and Fries To Go


The steady push of technology knows no boundary and now it looks like it’s about to change the way we buy junk food. That bastion of culinary abandon, McDonald’s, is introducing a scheme where customers use an electronic tag to buy their burgers. The hamburger chain is testing out a tiny plastic wand in 26 of its establishments. The customer ...

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Toshiba Develops World’s First 260,000 Colour Polymer Organic LED


Toshiba Corporation today announced that it has developed the world’s first prototype of a full-color polymer organic light emitting display (OLED), a 2.85-inch display supporting 260,000 colors in Q-CIF format and a 64-level (6-bit) gray scale. The breakthrough display was achieved by development of technology for forming a light-emitting polymer film on a low temperature polysilicon thin film transistor (TFT) ...

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New Wireless Technology Follows ‘Thin Is Better’ Logic


ZiLOG Inc., the Extreme Connectivity™ Company, today launched the new Slim series of IrDA-compliant transceivers with a new low-profile module that will allow designers to add infrared connectivity to even the thinnest PDAs, cell phones, and other handheld portable devices. Housed in a miniature 9.1 mm by 3.8 mm package, the new ZHX1810 measures just 2.75 mm high – about ...

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Multifunction East-hunter ET-2000 has 1.02M Memory


Shenzhen E-Trend Communication Technology Co. Ltd has recently developed the East-hunter ET-2000. This multifunction pager doubles as a securities information reception and analysis device. The unit comes with a wide, high-definition LCD and 1.02M memory. When used as a normal pager, it supports 20-slot personal and 16-slot public messages. Each slot stores up to 123 characters. Users can lock a ...

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MiTAC Unveils the Latest Wireless GETAC Ruggedized CA 25 IP52 Tablet PC


MiTAC announced the debut of the latest wireless GETAC Ruggedized CA 25 Tablet PC featuring Industrial PC Standard IP52. This hand-help computer, non-fan and almost noiseless, is especially designed for the practical applications of warehouses, automobiles, vehicles, public security, repairing, handicapped assistant, and other demanding situations where conventional notebooks just cannot measure up. Customers are welcome to attest the excellence ...

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Portable Translation Gadgets Soon to Emerge


After decades of work, researchers have developed prototypes of wearable computers that can translate simple spoken conversation as it occurs. The first field tests of these devices are scheduled for later this year when U.S. soldiers and Marines tote separate versions on missions in the Balkans and South Korea. No one expects these machines to perform nearly as well as ...

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A Communicator for Asia and the U.S.


It’s not easy living in Asia or being a U.S. citizen if you fancy a Pocket PC communicator. The Siemens MultiMobile, the Sagem WA3050 and the Trium Mondo – they’re all GSM/GPRS communicators, but finally there seems to be an alternative for non-Europeans, created by Korean-based Mplustech. The ZeSSPalm Phone 2000 doesn’t even out the balance, but at least it ...

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