Yet another slider handset finds its way to Samsung's portfolio: the SGH-D500 offers a whopping 80 MB of memory, 1.3 MP camera, 18-bit colour screen and MP3 player.
Submitted by tuxtops on Mon, 2004-10-25 02:40.
Cell phone maker Nokia on Sunday unveiled Preminet, a "one-stop shop" for wireless operators to sell ring tones, games, picture messaging and other cell phone paraphernalia, a move that opens a new battle front with nemesis Qualcomm.
Submitted by tuxtops on Mon, 2004-10-25 02:36.
Sharp Japan released a new Zaurus October 15th. There were some on display at WPC2004 Tokyo. Pictures of the Sharp SL-C3000 tested in English; specs of the SL-C3000. Links at Slashdot.
Submitted by tuxtops on Fri, 2004-10-22 21:10.
Developers targeting the ARM platform may be interested in an ARM-based desktop PC style system that can run Debian Linux. The Iyonix PC is based on an Intel XScale 80321 processor. A variety of models and configurations are available.
Submitted by tuxtops on Fri, 2004-10-22 21:09.
Although Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition brought some important improvements to the Pocket PC platform, Microsoft has not yet made the myriad of other changes to the operating system people have been hoping for. However, it is beginning to seem that the next version of this operating system, code-named Magneto, will bring some significant improvements.
Submitted by tuxtops on Fri, 2004-10-22 21:06.
One & Co conjures Media Center concepts for a future where Home Theater PCs make for fashionable additions to the living room - as opposed to current less-than-stylish models.
Submitted by tuxtops on Thu, 2004-10-21 18:15.
Samsung's latest offerings offer the standard feature set for modern phones on Cingular's network. Camera, color display, MMS, all where you'd expect it.
Submitted by tuxtops on Thu, 2004-10-21 18:14.
Motorola is issuing a recall of many v710 handsets due to manufacturing problems with the camera. In some units the camera is not properly aligned, resulting in problems with pictures.
Submitted by tuxtops on Thu, 2004-10-21 18:13.
It's no joke. The world's largest software company is revving up to position itself as the largest supplier of software to car manufacturers, with a custom version of Windows CE controlling everything from in-vehicle entertainment to satellite navigation.
Submitted by tuxtops on Wed, 2004-10-20 22:14.
MontaVista Linux Supports New Intel Network Processors. Provides Sophisticated and Cost Effective Solutions for Telecommunications and Embedded Networking Applications.