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    Source: Pocket PC Creations e-mail update Enhancements include new Link Point function to jump to other pages in a project based upon the values of points, function controlled by Logic points; excellent for market research questionnaires. View all points throughout a project for use by Math and Logic Points, previously only points on the same page could be viewed. New 'parsing' Layout Point functions for presenting data from any point within a project, send messages within a project. New Session Identification option in Project Properties, enabling any data point to output into the Session ...

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    Source: Arc Second PocketCAD press release Arc Second, Inc., leading provider of full-function mobile CAD software solutions, today announced the release of Viewer 4.0 which will replace PocketCAD Viewer 3.0. The new PocketCAD Viewer 4.0 addresses the needs of users who want to be able to easily view and redline their AutoCAD or MicroStation drawings in the field or on the manufacturing floor. New features include: • Improved performance • Increased file compression to speed file transfer • Updated user interface makes it easier to use • Reads DWF (Autodesk web format) files • ...

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    Source: InfoSync If you don't have a chance to go to Comdex in Chicago, Larry Garfield did, and he's sharing his experiences from day one with you. Visit the "Source" link above to see his article.

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    Source: Microsoft Windows Media Downloads Microsoft has updated Windows Media Player 7.1 for Pocket PC and added a patch for WMP 8 for Pocket PC 2002. They've also added a Pocket Internet Explorer plug-in that lets you play media files through PIE and steamlines the clicking-on-a-media-link-in-PIE-to-play-it functionality. Visit the "Source" link above for more information and download links. Note: The Patch for PPC2K2 is not an XIP patch, but inexplicably, loads into RAM.

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    Source: PR News Wire MeshNetworks, Inc., developer of mobile broadband networking technology, today announced a joint technology and market-development initiative with ViewSonic Corporation designed to bring personal digital assistant and Tablet PC customers high speed access to the Internet. The companies, responding to the needs of mobile workers and consumers to improve information access, have agreed to share technology and work together to integrate MeshNetworks' mobile broadband products with ViewSonic's mobile computing devices. This initiative will also include exploring the ...

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    Source: Mazingo press release Mazingo Network, www.mazingo.net, is already changing the way thousands of users around the world get their news, entertainment and information. For example, Daron Brewood, who runs a Web site dedicated to Pocket PC enthusiasts(tekguru.co.uk), never carries a daily newspaper these days. In fact, with Mazingo he can get all the news he wants, including audio reports from The Wall Street Journal, Barron's and Wired. Not in the mood for news? How about a full-length classic movie? A music video? A TV show? Cartoons and comics? Mazingo has all that, too. According ...

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    Source: Casio Europe web site Casios site has the following warning against using the Card Backup Tool for Casio E-200s: NOTE Some part of the data may not be restored properly when you restore with CASIO Card Backup Tool. You are kindly requested to not to use the application, Card Backup Tool. When you would like to backup/restore, use the function of backup/restore of Microsoft Active Sync® and CASIO Inbox Repair Tool. The "Source" link above will allow you to download the Inbox Repair Tool" mentioned above as well as a number of other E-200 related utilities. We are awaiting word from ...

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    CNet.com reports: The United Kingdom's Cambridge Silicon Radio on Wednesday introduced Bluetooth software aimed at pushing the wireless technology into small, portable devices like mobile phones and handheld computers This new software, BlueCore Host Software, will apparently help reduce the memory and processing power requirements for adding Bluetooth to a device. The software will " ease the job of the device's main hardware, such as its processor, by off-loading much of the hardware's task of running Bluetooth's software stack." With increased battery life and improved performance in ...

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    Source: Pocket Informant e-mail notice The following is from an e-mail update direct from WEBIS/Pocket Informant: Because we are committed to taking care of any issues as quickly as we can - AND we had to put out an update anyhow to support upgrades for Retail customers, we're updating our software - only 2 days old. Our new upgrade policy is taken from experience over the last 2 years. We will now be providing a 3.01 release within 30 days of release for configuration enhancements and fleshing out some features as requested by users. A 3.1 release will occur a couple months later with ...

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    Source: AnyCom e-mail release Anycom has updated its drivers for its Bluetooth Compact Flash card, model CF-2000 and Bluetooth PC Card, model PC-2000. This latest version 1.3 driver update includes complete support for Windows XP and has improved file transfer stability. If you have already purchased an Anycom Bluetooth Card, click on the following link to download the 1.3 drivers: http://www.anycom.com/support/drivers/windows.zip Further information on AnyCom and it's products can be found by following the "Source" link above.

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    President of Sony Ericsson claims that the P800 will "change the way people communicate." The P800 allows the user to take digital pictures and view them on a 208 x 320 pixel screen. Sending to another phone or to email is no problem with the P800. If a user receives a call, he or she may select to have a picture of the incoming caller displayed on the phone during the ring, "for a personal touch." "The P800 offers the possibility of downloading and viewing video clips such as a sequence from a sports event, music video or movie trailer. The P800 is also an organizer, it can handle daily ...

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    First making its debut at the Consumer Electronic Show, Port-IT promised to be one of the most comprehensive mobile technology solutions for the car, installed aftermarket. Port-IT includes a Global Positioning System that allows the driver to utilize turn-by-turn navigation. "At Comworxx, we view mobility as a way of life. People are demanding greater communication and increased freedom. Anywhere, anytime. At home, at the office, or on the road. People should not have to put their world on hold just because they are on the move. The technology to accomplish this has already been ...

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    I could imagine that this would be an invaluable tool for our multi-lingual pocketnow users, or anyone that perhaps takes a world language in school and would like to take some notes in that particular language. "With InterKey for Pocket PC you can use up to 60 onscreen national layouts for the following languages: Albanian, Belarusian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, ...

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    Source: jjpepple web site jjpepple Mobile Solutions has a trade-in service which covers all major mobile device manufacturers such as Audiovox, Casio, Compaq, Handspring, HandEra, Hewlett Packard, NEC, Palm, Toshiba, and Sony. They also guarantee a minimum value for trade-ins of 50% of your PDA's current lowest new market value. You can either trade in your old model for its cash value or trade it in towards the purchase of a new model through jjpepple's online store. For more information and the form to submit your Pocket PC for a quote, visit the "Source" link above.

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    Source: News.com Canon, Fujitsu, Hitachi, Phoenix Technologies, Pioneer, Sanyo, Sharp and Victor announce the formation of the Information Versatile Disk for Removable Usage (IVDR) consortium on Wednesday, March 5, 2002. The group will be charged with developing standards to ensure that removable hard drives can be swapped from one device to another. The standard would allow manufactures of computers and hard drives to use the same type of connection. Removable drives are limited to certain models of notebook PCs and to desktop PCs as add-ons. As more devices are being built that would ...

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    Source: Yahoo News Pieter Knook was just named Corporate Vice President of Microsoft's amalgamated Network Service Provider and Mobile Devices groups on Friday. Knook has worked at Microsoft for 12 years and also worked in the company's service provider and software businesses and served as leader of the company's NSP group and president of Microsoft's sales group in Asia. As head of the combined unit, Knook will work with the Windows CE, Pocket PC and smart phone projects to integrate them into the company's mobile strategy. Microsoft unveiled parts of that strategy in February, when it ...

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    Soure: IA Style IA Style just released a new version of their presentation software, IA Presenter. Several new features have been added as well as various improvements in performance. WHAT'S NEW IN VERSION IA PRESENTER 2.1: * Performance Improvement: IA Presenter now detects the memory currently available on your mobile device, and if there is extra memory, IA Presenter automatically makes the most efficient use of it by expanding the pre-loading buffer size, thereby improving performance. * New Quick Notes view mode. * Virtual Blackboard: Project a black screen and use IA Presenter's ...

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    Source: MARGI press release MARGI Systems today announced the availability of their Presenter-to-Go Software Developer's Kit (SDK). The Presenter-to-Go SDK allows developers to directly access the Application Program Interface (API) on the Presenter-to-Go graphics card. Presenter-to-Go offers a simple, cost-effective means of presenting high-quality, color presentations directly from a wide range of handheld devices and displayed at 1024 x 768 resolution. The Presenter-to-Go SDK targets handheld software developers, such as Conduits Technologies, who require high-resolution presentation ...

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    Source: e-mail request from Derek Brown at Microsoft Derek Brown recently sent the following request to us (and a number of other Pocket PC sites): "The Product Manager for handwriting input (i.e. Transcriber) asked Beth and I for customer feedback on improving the product - and I thought I'd come get this straight from the source. If you have suggestions, wishes, problems, etc. I'd be interested in hearing them. Go ahead and discuss on this thread and I'll make sure the PM sees all of this." Click on the "Discuss this News Item" link to add your comments and suggestions for the next ...

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    Source: InforSync Japan-based ACCESS has created a Pocket PC Internet browser which is a major step ahead of Pocket Internet Explorer. It handles HTML 4.01, XHTML 1.0, cHTML, XHTML Basic 1.0, CSS and partial CSS2 support - and multi-window browsing. ACCESS will be providing a free evaluation copy NetFront v3.0, which will operate on Pocket PC 2000 and Pocket PC 2002. Unfortunately, the evaluation version is only in Japanese, and offered with a 45-day limited demo license agreement. The final release of the browser is set to be available in the second quarter of 2002.

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    The long awaited and hotly anticipated update to Pocket Informant has just officially been released. Why Pocket Informant is better than the built in PIM or the competition Universal Word Wrap Task Priority Manager Powerful Drag and Drop Icon Manager Category Coloring More color choices and better color options Encryption of Task/Appointment data Major improvements to the Appointment/Task Editors New Contact and Recurrence Editors Export/Import Notes Searching in the calendar Calendar Filter Presets New Fast and Powerful Month View New integrated Calendar view with Day View Most powerful ...

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    Source: SOTI e-mail update Pocket Controller the Pocket PC remote control and management software from Soft Object Technologies Inc, now allows users to configure multiple connection profiles. Users can now connect to the same device with different connection settings without doing any reconfiguration or can control multiple devices simultaneously. For more information please visit our web site at http://www.soti.net

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    Source: IA Style e-mail release IA Zip features a simple, Pocket PC compliant user interface and an extensive array of compressing, decompressing, viewing, extracting, and file management features. The significant storage space saving allows for additional applications and data to be more effectively utilized in your mobile devices. For a full list of features and downloading and purchasing information, visit the "Source" link above.

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    Source: Peter's web site MultiIE 2.0 a is completely re-written, re-designed and expandable application. This single version will work on both the original Pocket PC and new Pocket PC 2002 devices. All existing features from MultiIE have been improved, and many more new features are now available. Compatibility: - Works on both the Pocket PC and new Pocket PC 2002. - No more "context" button, uses "tap+hold" menus! - All existing features retained from 1.x! - Support for BlueKite (www.bluekite.com) compression client. Completely re-written: - No more toolbar screen glitches! No performance ...

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    Source: Wired Verizon's "Express Network," which will deliver data at up to 144 kilobits per second -- almost three times as fast as a typical dial-up connection on a PC –- is coming to market "as early as next week," a source close to the company said. There are so many technical glitches to smooth over when rolling out such a system that analysts were surprised when Sprint PCS said it would launch a similar network as soon as this summer. Also, Verizon has been snapping up smaller carriers because it needs additional airwaves to deliver even basic services. Because of technical ...

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