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EpocCam Wireless Computer Webcam

With over 3 million users EpocCam is the most popular webcam app. EpocCam transforms your iOS device into wireless High Definition...

October 27, 2014 by Kinoni

Psion Omnii XT10: a modular, rugged handheld

For techies of a certain vintage, mention of Psion brings on misty-eyed reminiscences of landmark handhelds like the Organiser, the Series 3 and the Series 5, and the EPOC operating system (which went on to form the basis of Symbian). Since acquiring Teklogix in 2000, however, the company has concentrated on rugged mobile devices for vertical markets.

September 28, 2010

HP Jornada 728

Check out HP’s Jornada 728 if you want to ditch your notebook in exchange for increased portability and battery life -- but only if your software requirements are relatively undemanding and you can cope with a small keyboard.

July 15, 2002 by

Pentax PocketJet 200

It's certainly portable, but it's expensive and can't print on plain paper.

October 15, 2000

EpocCam HD Wireless Computer Webcamera

With over 3 million users EpocCam is the most popular webcam app. EpocCam transforms your iOS device into wireless High Definition...

October 27, 2014 by Kinoni

RehabNet Control Panel

RehabNet CP acts as a device router, bridging a large number of tracking devices and other hardware with the RehabNet Training Games...

October 13, 2014 by NeuroRehabLab

Sharp developing Epoc device says Japanese paper

Japanese electronic giant Sharp is developing a wireless Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) based on wireless consortium Symbian's Epoc operating system, according to the country's leading financial newspaper Nihon Keizai Shimbun.

July 12, 1999 by

CeBIT: Sun confirms it will support Symbian group

Sun's Java is to become the EPOC platform for the Symbian mobile consortium which includes Ericsson, Motorola, Nokia, Philips, Psion and others. According to Sun-CEO Scott McNealy, a Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between Sun and Symbian.

March 17, 1999 by

Cell-phone makers pick an OS; Microsoft spurned

LONDON -- In a deal that could match Microsoft Corp.'s appointment as IBM's PC operating system supplier in 1981, the leading digital handset manufacturers Wednesday pledged their support for Psion's EPOC as a single common operating system for smart phones and digital communicators.

June 23, 1998 by

Psion consults Oracle for remote comms

UK palmtop vendor Psion has received a boost with the news that Oracle will develop a key piece of remote communications software for the London-based firm's EPOC platform.Under the terms of the agreement Oracle will develop its Mobile Agents software to work with Psion Series 3 and Workabout handheld computers.

October 8, 1996 by

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