Showing results 1 to 17 of 17

November 3, 2008 By Acer

This package supports the following driver models:Belkin Bluetooth Device with trace filter BCM92045DG-Flash with trace filter Broadcom...

February 7, 2014 by

Dell Wyse Cloud Connect -- another take on BYOD

Dell Wyse Cloud Connect is a cloud-access device on a USB stick. Road warriors need only use one of these devices combined with a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse to access cloud-based applications. Dell claims this is a first but not really.

October 24, 2008 By HP


This package supports the following driver models:Dell Wireless 355 Module with Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR Technology Bluetooth dongle firmware...

January 17, 2008 by

HP iPAQ 210 PDA starts shipping for US$449

It is quite rare to find a dedicated PDA without phone functionality today, but it looks like HP is now shipping their iPAQ 210 Enterprise Handheld. This is quite a powerful PDA with a 624MHz processor, 256MB ROM, 128MB RAM, integrated Compact Flash and integrated Secure Digital slots, 4 inch VGA (480x640 pixels) display, integrated WiFi and integrated Bluetooth radios. Actually, the Dell Axim X51v I have from a couple years ago has just about the same specs, the display is 3.7 inches instead of 4 inches. However, you can no longer find the Axim X51v or HP hx4700 so this new HP is really your only choice for a high-end stand alone PDA.

November 14, 2002

HP's new iPaqs aim high and low

Hewlett-Packard plans to debut two iPaqs next week: A slim model that will take on Dell at the low end of the market and a double-duty Wi-Fi and Bluetooth model for the high end.

April 24, 2002 by

Cisco, Dell invest in wireless chipmaker

Ubicom announced Tuesday that it has completed a $16.9 million fourth round of funding that included financing from past investors such as Cisco Systems and Dell Ventures, the venture capital arm of Dell Computer. Other previous investors that contributed include JatoTech Ventures, Walden International, Vertex Venture Holdings, MSD Capital and Mayfield. Mountain View, Calif.-based Ubicom has raised $77 million to date. The new funding will be used for product development and sales expansion and is expected to carry Ubicom until the end of 2002, when the company expects to reach profitability. Ubicom makes chips for wireless and wireline networking equipment as well as routers, modems and PC peripherals that can run on a variety of networking standards including Bluetooth, Ethernet, HomePlug and 802.11b. --Sam Ames, Special to ZDNet News

June 28, 2000 by

ZDNet's annual Trendsetter awards

Which new products are blazing the technological trail? The recipients of ZDNet's annual Trendsetter award are forward-looking technologies that we're impressed by today -- and will take for granted tomorrow


You have been successfully signed up. To sign up for more newsletters or to manage your account, visit the Newsletter Subscription Center.
Subscription failed.
See All
See All

Most Popular