Comments: 0Wednesday, January 3rd 2007 - 00:49 CET
North America's first PDA Phone with High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) allows users to simultaneously use voice and data features when roaming in the US, Europe, and Asia High Tech Computer Corp. (HTC), provider of Microsoft Windows Mobile-based devices, unveiled its most versatile PDA Phone to date: the Cingular 8525. The device is the first PDA Phone to be released in North America with High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA), which allows users to perform voice and data functions simultaneously. In addition, the Cingular 8525 is the first HSDPA PDA Phone with tri-band 3G usability and can roam in the US, Europe, and Asia (including Japan).
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Comments: 0Tuesday, January 2nd 2007 - 03:10 CET
In addition, the HP iPAQ hw6900 Mobile Messenger provides customers with all the essentials to keep a business or personal lifestyle running while mobile, including a mobile phone, access to Wi-Fi wireless hotspots, data networks, digital content and services,(1,2) and enhanced security. The Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 Messaging and Security Feature Pack allows HP iPAQ hw6900 customers to automatically receive new email, calendar items, tasks or contacts without incurring additional email middleware expenses.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, January 2nd 2007 - 01:59 CET
New model offers enhanced performance and faster Internet browsing SunCom Wireless and Research In Motion (RIM) announced the availability of the BlackBerry 8700g Wireless Handheld at all SunCom Wireless stores. Operating on the SunCom Wireless GSM/GPRS network, the new BlackBerry 8700g builds upon the many attributes that have distinguished BlackBerry in the wireless market and includes: A re-engineered device platform with an Intel XScale processor, 64MB flash memory and 16 MB SDRAM that provides faster performance when browsing the Web, viewing attachments and running applications.
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