CNET Reviews the Palm Zire 72 and writes - ‘As the popular Zire 71 goes into retirement, the Zire 72 is here to take its place. Boasting more memory and a faster processor, the PalmOne Zire 72 also lets you take photos and videos, connect to devices via Bluetooth, listen to music, and watch videos. [...]
Archive for July, 2005
Slashphone has pictures and information of the yet to be officially announced HTC Wizard smart phone which looks like coming in multiple versions. The HTC Wizard 110 will be a camera version whilst the Wizard 100 will have no camera. They write:
‘Currently we know HTC Wizard 110/100 will run Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0, integrated QWERTY [...]
The worldwide market for handheld devices experienced its sixth consecutive quarter of year-over-year decline in the second quarter of 2005. According to IDC’s Worldwide Handheld QView, device shipments decreased 20.8% compared to the same quarter one year ago and fell 24.9% sequentially in 2Q05 to 1.7 million units.
Despite the continued decline of the worldwide handheld [...]
Engadget has a great pictorial post showing the Motorola Q and the Treo 650 side by side. Well worth checking out if you’re thinking of making the switch to the new Moto Q.
Today, Palm, Inc. announced that SanDisk(R) Corp. has chosen Treo(TM) 600 and Treo 650 smartphones running GoodLink for access to email, calendar, contacts, notes and tasks for 225 select employees in the United States, Asia, Europe and Israel. With 150 Treo smartphones already deployed, this mobile communications solution gives SanDisk executives, sales, IT and operations [...]
Pocket Lint reviews the PalmOne LifeDrive PDA and writes - ‘Moving into an already a saturated market is a brave move for PalmOne but the LifeDrive is set to face stiff competition. Not only are the likes of Sony and Apple established players, with smartphones sporting 3 to 4GB hard drives on the horizon, the [...]
Motorola have today announced a competitor for the Blackberry - the Moto Q.
The features of the Moto Q include:
• One of the first devices to run on Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0; Optimized for Microsoft Exchange 2003 and a variety of third party email solutions that enable a broad set of corporate email capabilities*
• Thinnest QWERTY [...]
Bargain PDA has a good article on why PDAs are closing the gap on small computers and gives a variety of reasons to back up the arguement:
‘Reason number two: smaller computers mean more people can have one.
One of the reasons why I write is because I want people to understand that of all the things [...]
height=637,scrollbars=no,resizable=yes,toolbar=no,directories=no,location=no,menubar=no,status=yes,left=0,top=0′);return false“>CNET Reviews has a review of the PalmOne Tungsten E2 and writes - ‘The rumor mill kicks into overdrive whenever a new handheld gears up to hit the market, grinding the grist of blog-based guesswork into speculation. So while everyone knew that the PalmOne Tungsten E2 was imminent, this cat is finally out of [...]
CNET Reviews has a review of the HP iPaq rx3715 and writes - ‘HP is pitching its new iPaq rx3715 not as an organizational tool but as an entertainment device (hence the Mobile Media Companion name instead of Pocket PC). In addition to the basic digital audio and video features found on most Pocket PCs, [...]