Like no other, iPod U2 Special Edition stands out. Jet black, it bears a prominent red Apple Click Wheel and, on the flip side, the autographs of each U2 band member. It comes with an exclusive U2 poster and, of course, the signature white iPod earbuds. As an extra special treat, it includes an iTunes… Continue reading Apple 20 GB iPod U2 Special Edition
The Treoâ„¢ 650 smartphone from palmOne makes it easier than ever to stay connected. It simplifies your life by combining a compact mobile phone with email, an organizer, messaging, and web access.3 Thereâ€™s also BluetoothÂ® technology so you can connect wirelessly to other Bluetooth devices. Not to mention an MP3 player, a digital camera that… Continue reading palmOne Treo 650
This portable CD/MP3 player provides some unusual benefits along with the ability to play CDs, CDRs, CDRWs, and CDs with MP3 files. The first is “advanced D-sound technology, which is essentially a combination of a digital amplifier, which helps reduce distortion for crystal-clear sound at higher volume levels; S-XBS and digital audio gain control, which… Continue reading Panasonic SL-SX430 Portable CD/MP3 Player with D-Sound
Thumbs. For centuries, they have conveyed the simplest of messages. Up/down, good/bad, salvation/lion chow. But look at the folks in the elevators, the checkout lines, even crawling along in traffic jams. They’re tapping madly with thumbs on the tiny keyboards of wireless gizmos. The other eight digits — who needs ’em? For digital nomads, this… Continue reading Which Handheld is right for you?
Jay Wrolstad, wireless.newsfactor.com Information Appliance Associates is offering an application that links the BlackBerry mobile e-mail platform with Mac OS X, further extending BlackBerry’s considerable reach. With the PocketMac BlackBerry Edition, users can sync their BlackBerry handheld with a Mac PC, enabling the interchange of contact and calendar information, as well as notes.
Erika Morphy, www.enterprise-security-today.com A new virus targets PDAs that run Microsoft’s Pocket PC operating system, according to reports from antivirus software firms.
BANGALORE, India (AFP) Gaming companies, Internet portals and content providers are rushing to cash in on the explosive growth of mobile phones in India, predicting that content rather than cost will be the new battle ground.