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  • JETCET Print Version 5.1

    New Release. http://www.westtek.com/pocketpc/jetcet/ Experience the best mobile printing solution on the market! JETCET PRINT lets you print documents, photos, email and much more from your Windows Mobile Pocket PC phone. Quickly add printers, browse to files and voila! Print! No more complicated configuration...
    Posted to John at myITforum.com (Weblog) by jgormly on 10-25-2007
    Filed under: Mobile News
  • Never mind that '4G' stuff, Sprint now says

    Now that WiMax has been certified as a form of 3G (third-generation) mobile data infrastructure, Sprint Nextel Corp. is changing its tune about the WiMax network it plans to launch commercially in April. Last year when Sprint was shopping around for a "4G" technology, it had a lot to say about...
    Posted to John at myITforum.com (Weblog) by jgormly on 10-25-2007
    Filed under: Mobile News
  • HTC Mogul ROM Update

    HTC has posted a ROM update for the HTC Mogul: The latest ROM version includes added features that will help you get more out of your device! This ROM update provides several key fixes for your Mogul: Improves Bluetooth compatibility and performance. Corrects keypad function when using On Demand. Corrects...
    Posted to John at myITforum.com (Weblog) by jgormly on 10-25-2007
    Filed under: Mobile News
  • Palm Still Tracking the Foleo?

    According to Wireless Week... SAN FRANCISCO—Palm still plans on bringing out a new Foleo device as a companion to its Palm OS smartphones, but isn't saying anything more about the timing. The first Foleo, announced last May by Palm founder Jeff Hawkins, was given the heave-ho in September because...
    Posted to John at myITforum.com (Weblog) by jgormly on 10-25-2007
    Filed under: Mobile News
  • Jason Langridge System Center Mobile Device Manager Webcast replay

    Jason delivered a System Center Mobile Device Manager Webcast on Tuesday, the day the new product was announced. You can catch the replay here: REGISTRATION URL: http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032353688&Culture=en-US LIVE MEETING REPLAY URL: https://www.livemeeting.com...
    Posted to John at myITforum.com (Weblog) by jgormly on 10-25-2007
    Filed under: Microsoft, Mobile News
  • New Palm OS Now Scheduled for 2009

    Palm's new chairman, Jon Rubinstein told a press conference that the new Linux based smartphones are 18 months away. This despite Ed Colligan stating that the new devices would be available by the end of 2008. Although I won't bicker over a few months (unless they cancel this like they did the...
    Posted to John at myITforum.com (Weblog) by jgormly on 10-25-2007
    Filed under: Microsoft, Mobile News
  • Starz Vongo reaches v2.0, supports PMPs and Media Center Extenders

    Starz' PC subscription video service, Vongo, reaches version 2.0 today. On the mobile front, it now supports the Archos 405 and 605WiFi, as well as Creative's Zen, Zen Vision:M and Zen Vision W. The software will also make streaming video to Media Center Extenders possible: it is compatible with...
    Posted to John at myITforum.com (Weblog) by jgormly on 10-25-2007
    Filed under: Mobile News
  • Motorola's profit plunges...

    Motorola Inc.'s earnings plunged more than 90 percen t during the third quarter, but at least the beleaguered company posted a profit after being mired in red ink over the past six months. Plus, it painted a brighter picture for the fourth quarter. The Schaumburg-based cell phone giant Thursday announced...
    Posted to John at myITforum.com (Weblog) by jgormly on 10-25-2007
    Filed under: News, Mobile News
  • Macworld reporting only 1% of UK wants an iPhone

    A YouGov survey claims 1 per cent of UK residents want an iPhone - citing its high price as a major turn-off. A quarter of the sample group of 1,000 people said they would be highly likely to buy a phone with the features of the iPhone, but this figure fell to 1 per cent when the £269 price and £35 per...
    Posted to John at myITforum.com (Weblog) by jgormly on 10-25-2007
    Filed under: Mobile News
  • Is AT&T paying Apple $18 per iPhone per month?

    Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster believes Apple is taking $18 per month for each iPhone subscriber under its deal with AT&T. Apple confirmed it reached a revenue deal with AT&T, but never revealed what it is. Munster, who once thought Apple was receiving $3 per subscriber has changed his mind...
    Posted to John at myITforum.com (Weblog) by jgormly on 10-25-2007
    Filed under: Mobile News
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