Sep 17 2006
Aug 26 2005
The preview of this new phone might happen next week. It will be the first Windows Mobile GPS-enabled smartphone by Mitac.
Dez 06 2004
ATP announced their first 2GB SD cards that will transfer at 60x and will carry $250 retail price. That will give plenty of room for <a href="<http://hostmyfile.net/files/13690.jpeg">hi res output</a>> .
Dez 03 2004
Motorola A630 flips open to reveal a mini QWERTY keyboard, and has Bluetooth, MP3 ringtones, a 176 x 220, 65k color display, and quad-band GSM/GPRS.
Nov 28 2004
Yet <a href="http://s04.imagehost.org/0508/mitac.jpg" title="Yet another Mitac"> <b>
another good Mitac </b> </a> with whole range of new features. Keeping up the good work.
Nov 18 2004
HP s high-end Pocket PC with a 4-inch VGA display, a speedy 624MHz Intel XScale CPU, WiFi, Bluetooth, SD and CompactFlash card slots, 64MB RAM, and 128MB ROM, available for a whopping $650
Nov 14 2004
As part of their 3G launch, Vodafone has commissioned 24 one-minute episodes set in the world of the television show “24″ (although it’s not mentioned if Keifer and other cast members will appear).
Nov 11 2004
Mitac?s new tri-band GSM/GPRS Windows Mobile 2003-powered Smartphone (retailing for ~£330) packs quite a bit into it?s clamshell design, including a 2.2-inch 176×220 display, Intel?s 200MHz XScale processor, a VGA digital camera with a self-portrait mirror, 28MB of available user memory, and an SD memory card slot, and two batteries in the package.
Okt 28 2004
There are two primary reasons for Apple to create a video iPod. The first would be that the company believed that there is real demand for such capability, though Apple has signaled that it sees anything but (the second I?ll discuss later). There are a number of strong arguments for this, including the user attention that video requires, the content acquisition dilemma, and the poor experience that a 3.5-inch LCD provides when compared with enjoying the Finding Nemo DVD on the 60-inch plasma in your Gulfstream V.
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