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iSiloXC

iSiloX is the desktop application that converts content to the iSilo 3.x/4.x document format, enabling you to carry that content on...

January 9, 2013 by iSiloX

Qualcomm picks up AMD's graphics assets

Qualcomm said Tuesday that it has acquired "certain graphics and multimedia technology assets" from AMD's handheld business.The acquisition (statement) was only for $65 million so we're not talking a huge deal, but what used to constitute AMD's handheld business is off the chipmaker's books as it focuses on its core PC and graphics semiconductor markets.

January 19, 2009 by

Science Lessons: Bird Rap

In an effort to enrich and modernize education, the United States government has invested billions of dollars to provide schools with...

July 22, 2011 by Arizona State University

The REDFLY gives me back the utility of a Handheld PC, but with the latest OS

So I was using the REDFLY Windows Mobile Smartphone Companion a bit more with the HTC Advantage and a thought came to me that the REDFLY solves the problem I had with the Windows CE Handheld PCs of the old days. I was a big fan of the Handheld PCs, like the Jornada 680, because they gave me a large keyboard and display to write, surf, and be productive on the go with a long battery life. The major reason I stopped using the Handheld PC devices was that the operating system grew a bit stale since Microsoft stopped updating the OS and the browser would not let me visit the websites I needed to access. The REDFLY can be paired with the latest and greatest Windows Mobile devices and as long as Celio Corp continues to roll out drivers/utilities for the operating system I can use the REDFLY as a modern day Handheld PC that stays as up to date as the devices I connect it with.

March 21, 2008 by

Nokia N810 Internet Tablet

Nokia's Internet Tablet is getting better, adding a GPS receiver and a QWERTY keyboard. It's still difficult to recommend as a business tool, though, as it lacks integrated 3G/HSDPA connectivity.

February 7, 2008 by

Plan for Windows

Create a project plan by entering tasks and resources, add holiday information and create dependencies between tasks. Plan will calculate...

January 2, 2011 by Twiddlebit Software

Mio P560

A Windows Mobile handheld without a built-in phone may seem an anachronism, but the Mio P560's generous storage capacity, SDHC support and GPS receiver are all up-to-date features.

December 3, 2007 by

Asus MyPal A696

The lack of a phone might dampen the Asus MyPal A696's appeal for those seeking an all-in-one handheld, and we'd prefer Windows Mobile 6 rather than its predecessor. Even so, the £199 price, which includes navigation software, is attractive.

August 6, 2007 by

Toshiba Portégé G900

Toshiba’s Portégé G900 is a well-specified Windows Mobile 6 handheld with a good set of wireless connectivity options and an excellent 800-by-480 display. If it was a bit slimmer and integrated GPS as well, it would be a real winner.

July 27, 2007 by

FlipStart handheld PC now available from Dynamism

lipStart, the handheld PC released a couple of months ago, is now available from Dynamism, a reseller of high-performance mobile gear. Previously, the tiny PC was only available directly from the company. A number of accessories including batteries and a port replicator for use on the desktop are also available. Interestingly, the FlipStart can be ordered with either Windows XP Pro or Vista Business installed at the same price of $1999.00.

May 15, 2007 by

FlipStart handheld PC unveiled at last

This has been a long time coming. I first heard rumors and saw spyshots of the FlipStart handheld PC a couple of years ago and, after a number of delays, the device has finally been announced officially.

March 6, 2007 by

Intel and Microsoft's failure to PC-ize the comms industry

Intel's [Intel is an SVW sponsor] sale of its cell phone and handheld computer chip business to Marvell Technology Group for $600m announced earlier today, represents a change in its strategy to apply the economics of the PC industry to cell phones, smart phones, and communications equipment markets.In the mid to late 1990s, Craig Barrett, the CEO of Intel, led efforts to expand the company's business into the fast growing cell phone and communications equipment markets.

June 27, 2006 by

Calibrating Origami expectations

It looks like general public availability of the first Origami (aka UltraMobile PC) devices will be a June/July event based on two recent reports about the new handheld devices. Both TabletKiosk and Samsung are now reported to be looking at June as the best case scenario for geting these sought after devices released.

April 25, 2006 by

Ultra-Mobile PC (aka Origami) now official

Microsoft and its partners Samsung, Asus, and Leader revealed what has become the worst-kept secret in movile tech earlier today at CeBIT. The Ultra-Mobile PC is a new handheld form factor for mobile computing that runs Windows XP Tablet PC Edition with an enhanced layer called Touch Pack.

March 9, 2006 by

Standoff over PC-to-mobile jumping code

Mobile anti-virus researchers and anti-virus companies are at loggerheads over access to code for a PC-to-mobile Trojan. The Mobile Anti-virus Researchers Association (MARA) said that it had received proof-of-concept code last week for Crossover, which MARA claims is malicious software that can jump from a Windows desktop machine to a Windows Mobile Pocket PC handheld.

March 6, 2006 by

i-mate SP3i

This compact and lightweight Windows Mobile-based smartphone has a lot going for it, although anyone with large fingers may prefer a more substantial device with bigger keys.

March 29, 2005 by

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