This innovative laser-projected keyboard works surprisingly well, but there are enough rough edges to deter the majority of mobile professionals.
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The mobile-computer maker has introduced a Windows CE device designed for harsh environments, as it fights for approval of its Symbian sale
The NetBook Pro looks like a mini-notebook, yet runs the handheld-orientated Windows CE .NET 4.2 OS. Although it’s primarily aimed at corporate mobile workforces, we think it could have wider appeal.
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First published: Thu, 04 Feb 1999 17:51:35 GMT
Originally published Fri, 15 Jan 1999 07:06:32 GMT
BT's unmetered announcement, and Psion's Microsoft battle...
Deal with Ericsson shows Microsoft has 'thrown in the towel' on Windows CE, Psion claims
Symbian, Microsoft, Sun, Palm -- all have their own vision for the info appliance of the future. But none of those visions are compatible
The first ever biometric recognition software for the Palm handheld computer has been released by US company Communication Intelligence Corporation (CIC).
Jane Wakefield has a look through the week's news and spots Bill trying his darnedest to look like a man in the know...
Psion this month will ship its next generation of handheld computers.
Palm devices dominated the handheld market in 1998 with take-up of Windows CE devices slower than expected, according to figures from research firm IDC.
Wireless will revolutionise networks, cellular communications and the Internet in the next 10 years. Rupert Goodwins reports.
In car entertainment manufacturer Clarion has hinted it will include Bluetooth connectivity technology in future versions of its in car computer device called AutoPC.
Call Microsoft, ask it about Bluetooth and it makes some very odd excuses. Not so the Linux camp -- they know a good thing when they see it. Bluetooth guru Marc Ambasna-Jones explains...
A mobile version of Linux being developed for handheld PCs such as the Psion Series 5 and GeoFox is being earmarked to include Bluetooth code, piling more pressure on Microsoft's CE platform.
Gadget-hungry buyers can expect to pay a premium for colour enabled CE-based devices, the first of which are expected to be launched next month, but there is still a question mark over whether or not there is a market for colour at this level.Microsoft, today, started shipping its colour enabled version of its Windows CE operating system to palm-sized PC makers such as Compaq, Hewlett Packard, Casio and Philips.
Tough challenges face 3Com Corp. as it gets ready to field-test its Palm VII device--a pocket-size, instant-on organiser that will provide wireless Internet access and is intended to operate for several weeks on two AAA batteries.
In an effort to alleviate confusion about the various versions of Windows CE, Microsoft Corp. plans to move all CE users to a single version of the mobile operating system next year.
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