by Adam Doud | February 25, 2013 4:30 AM
At the Mobile World Congress today, Nokia introduced four new phones coming to market in 2013. They are, in order of increasing price, the Nokia 105, the Nokia 301, the Lumia 520 and the Lumia 720. These four phones will be low to mid-range devices targeting "Non-LTE markets" according to Stephen Elop. The goal of the phones introduced today is to get more Nokia phones into the hands of users in emerging markets. No super-phone made any kind of appearance today. The Nokia 105 is a successor to the Nokia 1280. It is a 10-key dialer available in Cyan or Black, starting at 15€ ...
by Michael Fisher | August 6, 2012 12:38 PM
I give out my phone number freely, all over the world. I put it on my Facebook profile. I give it to people I'm only going to talk to once in my life. I throw it in my email signature, on scripts or notebooks I'm using, and on business cards I pass out to all and sundry. And this is my personal phone number I'm talking about, not some office line or a demo phone I tote around for fun. It's a direct link to me. Lets get this out of the way now: no, I'm not putting my digits here in this post, or in the comments. I may be reckless, but I'm not stupid. For most people, treating something as ...
by admin | May 28, 2001 12:00 AM
Available for download now for all Pocket PC owners, from the TomTom website, is the award winning Route Planner for the United States of America. This new version will allow people to have just the maps or group of maps they really need on their device. Therefore taking up only minimal memory. Route Planner Millennium allows users to plan the most complex routes and display road maps for American states on their Pocket PC device. It shows the major road networks on many different scales, and gives the best way to get from town to town. A table of directions is provided as well as a map ...
by admin | February 22, 2001 12:00 AM
Underscoring its ongoing commitment to providing mobile professionals with innovative services to improve productivity, Verizon Wireless has introduced Cellular Digital Packet Data wireless data service for Pocket PC and other Windows CE devices.
by LucianUngur | January 28, 2001 12:00 AM
Sierra Wireless today announced that it has signed a supply agreement with Bell Mobility to deliver the AirCard(R) 510, a wireless PC Card modem based on Code Division Multiple Access technology.
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