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Software and security devices company Gemalto has managed to get the social website Facebook to run on a SIM card, which means that even the dumbest of GSM handsets can now access the social networking behemoth.
I just sent back the HTC Touch Diamond2 and then picked up an evaluation HTC Touch Pro2 last Friday. The HTC Touch Pro2 is a follow-up to the HTC Touch Pro device with a higher resolution display, larger form factor, and several software improvements. This device should be coming to the US on various wireless carriers with rumors that T-Mobile USA may get one with 3G data support. The Euro version I am trying out supports quad-band GSM so it works with EDGE on T-Mobile and AT&T, but does not support 3G. The keyboard is large and well space while TouchFLO 3D flies on the Touch Pro2. Check out my image gallery of the Touch Pro2 with the Touch Pro, along with my video first look below.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston gets an early look at the newly released Motorola MPx200, the first GSM phone released in the United States that features Windows Mobile Software.
This GSM/GPRS PC Card and software bundle provides you with an Internet connection while on the move. Running costs may be an issue for some, but the Mobile Connect Card remains one of the best available mobile data solutions.
The Legend Group, China's largest PC maker, officially jumped into the cell phone market this week with six phones at a variety of prices. The phones were developed out of a joint venture with Xiamen Overseas Electronics. Earlier in the week, Legend increased its ownership in the joint venture to 80.8 percent. The company's phones are largely based on software from Microsoft and chips from Intel, company executives said recently. Intel in particular is placing substantial emphasis on Asia in its strategy to get its XScale and StrongARM chips incorporated into cell phones. Five of the new phones support GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications), while one supports CDMA (code division multiple access) networks. The Legend G808, which will be promoted the most of all the phones, costs approximately $435. --Michael Kanellos, Special to ZDNet News
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New software meant to help wireless carriers create room on their networks for more calls will get its first U.S. test by AT&T Wireless, the company announced Monday. AT&T Wireless Chief Technology Officer Rob Nelson said at the CTIA Wireless 2002 trade show here that the company will use the software, known as AMR, to help find paths for voice calls through areas of overworked spectrum. The software will be installed on the new network that AT&T Wireless began building last year, which uses the cell phone standard known as GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications). The handsets that contain AMR will be available by the end of the year, Nelson said, and will be manufactured by most of the leading handset suppliers the carrier uses. --Ben Charny, Special to ZDNet News
Microsoft next Tuesday will announce an application that will let manufacturers using its Pocket PC 2002 operating system add wireless access for data and voice calls to their upcoming devices. The announcement will be made in Cannes, France, and the application will be called Microsoft Phone Edition, sources said. The software will allow handhelds to access data and make wireless voice calls. The first devices to support Phone Edition will run on GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) and GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) networks and will be a new class of devices from manufacturers supporting the Pocket PC OS. Sources said other manufacturers are expected to introduce next Tuesday new handhelds using Microsoft's Phone Edition application. At this year's Consumer Electronics Show, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates briefly demonstrated in a keynote speech a Hewlett-Packard Jornada device using the software and another from AudioVox using an application from Sierra Wireless. Product launches for devices using the application are expected to be for Asian and European markets first, with U.S. launches set for later this year. -- Richard Shim, Special to ZDNet News
This is a capable Pocket PC handheld with added GSM/GPRS functionality, but the mono screen already looks outdated.
Psion gained a step forward in its battle to put its software at the heart of more devices when Philips announced a module that provides Internet and messaging 'smart phone' options for users of the Ilium GSM mobile phone. Called Synergy, the product is slated to be available in the April-June quarter this year.
Less than five months year after Japanese giant TDK bought the UK's Grey Cell, the communications pairing is making good on promises to put communications functionality into software.
The purchase announced today of London-based Grey Cell buys TDK's System Group expertise in GSM, LAN, modem and combination cards and paves the way for an ambitious strategy to become the world number one in mobile communications.TDK's acquisition for an undisclosed sum of privately held Grey Cell will also give the Japanese giant a European design centre for PC Card and associated mobile communications products, the firm said.
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