Stories for Mar. 27, 2005

NTT DoCoMo has demonstrated digital binoculars at Expo 2005 that “will recognise certain objects and details about them will appear in the e… Read more »

Despite recent claims by Motorola’s CEO that Apple was to blame for the failure to demonstrate iTunes handsets rumors are still running rife… Read more »

Every March it is pretty much the same story – India and Pakistan are durking it out on the cricketing greens, contests so evenly contested that I lie awake at night watching the games on a puny computer screen on a borrowed PC laptop. And then […] Read more »

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Are you looking for video clips with news, sports, entertainment, business, fashion, games and movies?  RooMobile is a new streaming video service for Windows Mobile Pocket PCs and Smartphones that will stream video clips specially formatted for the small screen.  The service is free and a […] Read more »

Egress is a full featured RSS Reader for the Pocket PC that has been recently updated with a host of new capabilities.  Egress will work with all standard RSS formats and also work directly with podcasts and Bloglines feeds.  Here’s a complete feature list from our […] Read more »

If they continue selling themselves piece by piece, like they have been recently, and if their revenues continue to decline the way they are, it is only a matter of time before Global Crossing simply vanishes. No loss really. Today the company announce that it is […] Read more »

The position of Director, M&A is an influential position within the highly visible M&A group of IAC. The M&A group works closely with the Of… Read more »

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Stories for Mar. 26, 2005

PRIMEDIA’s Enthusiast Media segment produces over 120 magazine titles and has market leading positions in the Automotive, Outdoor, Action Sp… Read more »

No, it’s not about mobile spam…it’s a service called Send Word Now for sending messages to a large number of people in emergency situation… Read more »

This isn’t directly about content, but it is about “who owns the customer” and what that means…Mobile operators have largely succeeded in… Read more »

DoCoMo’s i-mode is being offered by numerous telcos around the world — 176 million people will be covered by its service once all the opera… Read more »

The XV6600 being sold by Verizon is a full featured Windows Mobile Phone Edition that supports Verizon’s high speed EVDO network.  Pocket PC Louisville has a dual reviewer look at the XV6600 and really liked this capable phone/ Pocket PC.  Anyone looking for a Pocket PC […] Read more »

Take a monster hard drive (400 GB), give it both USB and Firewire connectivity, and then add an extra USB port for attaching another peripheral and you would have one useful hard drive.  The IO Data Device UDH-UEH400 has been released in Japan and maybe just […] Read more »

As seen in many places Skype has released version 1.2 of their VoIP application that has become almost mainstream with millions of users happily chatting with each other.  This version adds some new features and better support for SkypeIn, SkypeOut and VM.  The best new feature […] Read more »

I just ran across this article in Technology Review magazine from last year that covers Microsoft’s research into the Magic Pen.  Jian Wang of the Microsoft Research Asia lab in Beijing is developing a pen that takes lets you write on paper and captures it digitally […] Read more »

Rob Bushway of Tablet PC Buzz had the opportunity to interview Ben Thacker, HP’s Manager of the Specialized Products and Options Group.  His interview sheds light on HP’s plans for the future of the Tablet PC and is a good insight into HP’s philosophy regarding the […] Read more »

Microsoft has updated their popular ebook Reader program for the Pocket PC.  The new version is 2.4 and contains bug fixes and adds two new features: Pan and zoom capabilities Screen rotation The Microsoft Reader web page has this to say to owners of pre-Windows Mobile […] Read more »

WebIS has announced the release of a new version of their powerful Mail application.  WebIS Mail 2.1 adds a number of new features as outlined in their newsletter: Mail 2.1 has been released after a very long beta test starting in December of 2004. We’ve added […] Read more »

A handful of blog-evangelists, a couple of key buys and some libertarian friendly moves have turned Yahoo from a dot.has.been to the new darling of the chattering classes. It is only a matter of time when mainstream media rediscovers Yahoo, and a stock market resurgence follows…. Read more »

Stories for Mar. 25, 2005

There is a lot of people who take less than 30 seconds to beat up on incumbents and their business practices. VoIP blockage, oh it must be SBC or Comcast. Never mind that these companies are under such heavy scrutiny from federal regulators and consumer watchdogs. […] Read more »

FCC today announced that states cannot force phone operators to offer naked DSL service. Naked DSL, in case you did not know, is a phone line that is purely used for a DSL connection, and carriers no voice or no voice related charges. This ruling makes […] Read more », the NJ-based (20 miles from NYC and readily accessible via public transportation) provider of premium spoken audio services for… Read more »

Silicon Beat writes co-founders Michael Yang and Yeogirl Yun asked job candidates to take a “larry & sergie test” and come up new ways to best Google’s search algorithm. Nearly 100 applicants, spent about 40 hours each, to come up with their best hacks. That’s […] Read more »

By Dr. Abhishek Puri Broadband Madness: After making its geeks go through broadband equivalent of chinese water torture, Indian telecom and broadband providers have suddenly decided its time to open the pipes a little wider. What prompted them on a nation wide roll out now? Two […] Read more »

Alatto is trialling a WAP content discovery service with four European operators that allows users to store addresses of WAP pages they like… Read more »

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