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SMSgee PC SMS Bulk Sender

SMS Marketing tools. Send SMS from PC using UMTS/GSM phone/modem. With user friendly GUI easily manage SMS traffic up to 10.000 SMS...

December 14, 2014 by SMSgee

Hands-on: Pharos Traveler 137 is first T-Mobile USA 3G WM device

My very first Bluetooth GPS receiver came from Pharos and that baby performed like no other I have seen since then. I could throw the little "hockey puck" GPS receiver in the back seat and it would still get a solid strong signal served up to my laptops and PDAs. Pharos has been making a line of Pocket PC and now Windows Mobile devices with a GPS focus for a few years and I have tried a couple of them without being that impressed. I was just sent their latest device, the Pharos Traveler 137, to check out for a bit and was very interested in it because it is the first Windows Mobile-based device that supports T-Mobile's unique 1700 MHz 3.5G data network. After spending a few days with the device, I think it is one of the best Pharos models made and may be compelling for T-Mobile customers looking for a WM device.

June 12, 2009 by

MWC08: Bluetooth SIG creating spec to harness speed of WiFi

I am a big fan of Bluetooth technology and am actually using a Think Outside Bluetooth keyboard to type this article on my new Fujitsu U810 Tablet PC. Blair sent me some big news from the Bluetooth SIG announcing that they are developing a new radio substitution method that will allow devices with both Bluetooth and WiFi radios to access and use both those radios for much faster data transfer rates. The new architecture is called Alternate MAC/PHY and the core specs for it are expected to be published in mid-2009.

February 12, 2008 by

Raon Everun ultra-portable PC boasts 7 hour battery life

I try to post as many entries here as I can on how you can work where you want to be and be productive on the go. One way to accomplish work on the go is by having a portable PC with you and one of the latest cool devices that actually has my interest as a possible future purchase is the Raon Everun ultra portable PC. This very small Windows XP PC boast a very long battery life of 7+ hours, has Bluetooth and WiFi radios, and has a unique QWERTY keyboard. Chippy was lucky enough to get one in his hands and posted a two-part video preview on UMPCPortal.com.

June 27, 2007 by

T-Mobile Wing replaces the T-Mobile MDA

T-Mobile announced the release of a Windows Mobile 6 Professional (aka Pocket PC Phone Edition) device called the T-Mobile Wing. This device was revealed just a couple of weeks ago by the FCC and it didn't take long for T-Mobile to get it out. The press release and device specifics haven't even been posted on T-Mobile's site yet, but a couple of fellow mobile enthusiasts have full reviews that you should check out for more information. Mobility Site and Mobile Tech Review take the Wing for a spin and for the most part are pleased with the device. It lacks 3G since T-Mobile is the only major U.S. carrier without this service so that is one area of concern. It does have WiFi and Bluetooth, but also uses the 200 MHz processor like that used in the current T-Mobile MDA. This is fine for Smartphones, but a Professional device really should have 300 MHz or more under the hood. That said, I have some gadget cash saved up and may be adding the T-Mobile Wing to my collection soon.

May 21, 2007 by

Details emerge that the Vulcan FlipStart is actually a real device

The Vulcan FlipStart ultramobile PC is one of a few devices, like the DualCor CPC, that were announced a couple of years ago and then became vaporware that only had occasional rumors bringing it back to life. According to a Crave article it appears that the FlipStart is actually going to be released soon. The Vulcan FlipStart E-1001S is a full Windows XP PC similar to the Sony UX series, but with a flip-open display revealing a keyboard rather than a slide-up display. Rumored specs have the device sporting a Pentium M CPU, 30GB hard drive, 512MB RAM, 5.6 inch 1024x600 display, and EV-DO WWAN support. For the US$1,999 price it better also have integrated WiFi and Bluetooth.

March 6, 2007 by

Vectir Free

Vectir is a PC remote control application that lets you control popular programs such as VLC, Spotify, Winamp, iTunes, Windows Media...

October 27, 2014 by Incendo Technology

MoGo Mouse BT

This handy Bluetooth mouse lives and recharges in your notebook's PC Card slot when not in use. However, its performance is erratic at times and it's also somewhat expensive.

February 20, 2007 by

HP expands Windows Mobile line with the iPAQ Voice Messenger

HP has had Pocket PC Phone Edition Mobile Messenger devices for a couple of years, but they have never really seemed to have taken off. HP continues to try to compete in the mobile market and is launching their HP iPAQ 500 series Voice Messenger. The Voice Messenger is a Windows Mobile 6 Standard device (aka Smartphone) and looks to also have a 1.3 megapixel camera. The HP Voice Messenger is capitalizing on the increasing popularity of VoIP and includes capabilities and integrated WiFi for this functionality. HP is also including a powerful voice command system that actually allows you to reply to email by dictating and sending a voice response without the need for any typing. GSM/EDGE and Bluetooth radios are also included on the device. The new HP Voice Messenger should be available this Spring, but you can check out our image gallery in the meantime.

February 11, 2007 by

Vectir

Vectir is a PC remote control application that lets you control popular programs such as VLC, Spotify, Winamp, iTunes, Windows Media...

October 27, 2014 by Incendo Technology

Increase productivity with the Stowaway Sierra BT keyboard

Compact foldable keyboards are popular for entering large amounts of data on a mobile device or Tablet PC and there are several alternatives on the market. ThinkOutside used to sell a large keyboard with proprietary connectors to devices and finally released this keyboard with an integrated Bluetooth radio. It works with something over 500 mobile devices and Kevin Tofel has his in hand to be used with his Samsung Q1.

September 20, 2006 by

Panasonic X700

With the choice of Bluetooth, infrared and USB connectivity, you'll have no trouble transfering photos and videos taken with this Symbian-based smart phone to your PC.

March 7, 2005 by

31% of PDA owners use paid location-aware services

The results of a survey of AvantGo revealed that 85% of Pocket PC owners and 82% of Palm owners plan to stick with the same operating system with their next purchase. The top 12 features of an all-in-one dream device would be: Calendar/contact list; Easily syncs with PC; Great battery life; Email/messaging; Wi-Fi/Bluetooth; Compact size; MP3 player; Phone; Large screen; GPS locator; 20+ gigabyte memory; and Camera.

September 25, 2004 by

Mitac Mio 336

Available standalone or with a bundled GPS receiver and navigation software, the Mio 336 could be worth considering if you're on a tight budget.

June 28, 2004 by

Asus MyPal A620BT

With the MyPal A620BT, Asus has managed to pack more features – notably Bluetooth connectivity – into the same form factor as its predecessor, while boosting the battery life.

March 29, 2004 by

HP iPAQ Pocket PC H5450

The iPAQ H5450 is a formidable Pocket PC handheld that contains the right security and connectivity features to satisfy most corporate users.

February 13, 2003 by

Belkin Bluetooth USB Adapter

If you have Bluetooth-enabled equipment and you'd like to connect it to your PC, this is a straightforward and affordable way of doing it. A PC Card adapter may suit notebook users better, but it'll be more expensive.

January 30, 2003 by

Sony announces Bluetooth-ready camera

Sony this week announced one of the first digital still cameras to use a Bluetooth wireless connection to transmit images to a PC and other devices. The DSC-FX77 camera will include a built-in Bluetooth transmitter that will allow users to transmit images from as far away as 30 feet to other Bluetooth-equipped devices, such as laptops and cell phones.

September 5, 2002 by

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