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Derren Bibby
Preparing for Enterprise RFID
03/04/04 6:32 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1891 Words

A mobile salesperson can have the same data delivered via his or her mobile phone as somebody using a handheld PDA over a wireless network connected to the LAN.

To gain maximum advantage from this new ability to collect valuable data, the...

Jay Lyman
Mini iPod Moving Quickly, Apple Says
02/26/04 1:37 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 609 Words

"I think one of the challenges -- and people who are working there at Apple on this are cognizant of it -- is making sure they don't add too much," McGuire said. "Then it becomes more like a PDA and less like...

Jay Lyman
IBM, Nokia Unveil Symbian-Powered Handheld
02/23/04 9:52 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 602 Words

More importantly, the converged mobile phone and PDA delivers tri-band, five-continent, high-speed wireless connectivity via the EDGE (Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution) standard, as well as wireless LAN access. It runs Symbian 7.0 and can support e-mail , word processing, spreadsheet...

David Halperin
The Shapes of Things To Come
02/21/04 2:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 987 Words

A company called Canesta has the answer, which it's offering to manufacturers: a small system mounted in the PDA or phone that projects an image of a full-size keyboard on any convenient flat surface. Type on it, and the other half of...

Alison Diana
Keynote VP Lloyd Taylor Demystifies Web Performance
02/18/04 4:49 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 2941 Words

More recently, we've seen a lot of interest in wireless performance -- accessing the Internet with a cell phone or a PDA or BlackBerry . We're offering these measurements as well. As with any other media, it starts with the simple, then grows...

Helen Gallagher
Security Still Reigns as Wireless 'Weakest Link'
02/17/04 7:39 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 662 Words

For critical data, if a PDA or memory stick is lost, the files clearly need to be encrypted."

Junaideen suggested the gamut of technology used to protect wireless devices can range from virtual private networks (VPN) to firewalls, quarantining devices, data wipe...

Gene J. Koprowski
Feds Eye IT for Reducing Healthcare Costs
01/28/04 9:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 611 Words

"Healthcare providers must adopt IT solutions that can fully link all departments and make patient information available electronically, anytime, anywhere, so clinicians have what they need for optimal decision making, even at home or from a PDA," Kristen Saponaro, a spokesperson...

Alison Diana
Notebook Specs for High-Powered Execs
01/28/04 3:48 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 978 Words

My meat-and-potato clients don't care and are not overly impressed if you pull out a fancy PDA or notebook."

Appearance Counts

The message seems clear: Tailor your notebook to your client base or audience .

Almeida is...

Brian R. Hook
Tech Gadgets for the Holidays
12/16/03 4:39 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 809 Words

One of the company's portable keyboards is even wireless: The Stowaway Infrared Wireless Keyboard is a full-size device that can connect to nearly any PDA through the infrared port. It retails for $69.95.

"We predict that it's going to be a very...

Rob Enderle
If Microsoft Changed, Would Anyone Notice?
12/15/03 9:36 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1242 Words

The embedded systems group has captured every major point-of-sale vendor, which is particularly interesting because embedded Linux was expected to own the POS space by this time: PGA Tour Golf -- an arcade game Intermec, Symbol -- bar-code scanners CAMit 1 -- camera with a built-in modem Netpad -- a PDA ...

Elizabeth Millard
E-Commerce Holiday Wish List for 2003
11/25/03 4:04 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 861 Words

For example, eBay has predicted hot sellers will include the Pentax Optio 33WR digital camera , the Siemens SL56 cell phone , the Palm Zire 21 PDA and the Sony Vaio PCG-TR2 notebook computer .

Games Going Gangbusters

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Brian R. Hook
Ever-Present LEDs and the Future of Light
11/19/03 4:13 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1056 Words

In terms of using LEDs as computer or PDA displays, they still pale in comparison with liquid crystal display (LCD) technology, according to Hrishikesh Bidwe, research analyst at Technical Insights. But even that might change soon. Bidwe points to the latest version...

Kirk L. Kroeker
Microsoft Gives Voice to Mobile Devices
11/03/03 11:54 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 770 Words

A recent survey by the Automotive Business Unit revealed that 85 percent of U.S. mobile phone owners and 50 percent of PDA owners use their devices while in the car.

"We've been focused on providing improved communication , entertainment and information to...

Randy Angstrom
Dell Introduces Wireless Axim X3
10/15/03 1:05 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 401 Words

Dell will continue to offer the Axim X5, a PDA that has helped move the company into the ranks of top 5 Pocket PC handheld device suppliers in less than a year.

"Dell established the gold standard of price-performance and customer...

Paul Korzeniowski
WiFi - To Free or Not To Free
10/14/03 4:13 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 915 Words

The front-end equipment is relatively inexpensive -- a WiFi access point costs a few hundred dollars -- and the user is responsible for the laptop or PDA device. The most significant part of the expense can be the back-end connection, which links the...

Kirk L. Kroeker
Palm Introduces Sequels to Zire and Tungsten
10/01/03 1:15 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 635 Words

... value to the original Zire handheld while still keeping its US$99 price steady, Palm has introduced the Palm Zire 21, which has more software and a faster processor than the first version of the PDA . With four times more memory than...

Jay Lyman
IBM Debuts Desktop-Laptop ThinkPad Prototype
09/19/03 1:51 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 525 Words

Research firm the Yankee Group indicates that although the modular PC -- a full-function mobile PC that converts to a desktop, a laptop or even a PDA or wearable computer -- represents a "radical new concept in the computing market," it faces...

Jack M. Germain
Microsoft's Advanced-Research Division Comes of Age
08/19/03 4:11 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1088 Words

Microsoft Research must adapt the PC and the emerging PDA platforms to fit into the WiFi world, he said. "Microsoft Research will have to deal with the realities of Moore's Law -- things get smaller and faster."

Lawton pointed out that while...

Jay Lyman
AMD Acquires National Semiconductor's Geode Unit
08/06/03 1:47 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 783 Words

AMD, which acquired Alchemy last year, said the Au1100, combined with a software development suite from Metrowerks, represents a new alternative for the PDA market. AMD's Pompa said the company will aim its Alchemy processors at the low-power end of the embedded...

Staff Writer
Macromedia Flash - The Bottom Line
07/24/03 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 596 Words

A Flash program will look and act the same on a user's PC, mobile phone or PDA , for example.

Also, developers can customize Flash to work in a variety of different applications .

"It's a great tool with very few...

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