Published November 20th, 2014 by Ceasar

HTC’s pocket-sized powerhouse

HTC has introduced the newest addition to its array of devices, they call it the Shift. It is a pint-sized computer which gives users the benefit of browsing and sending e-mails without the weight of their standard laptops. This new device is half the size of a normal notebook and a half of its weight.

Despite its small package, this pocket pc is powered by Microsoft Windows Vista and packs in a 40GB hard drive, as well as multiple connectivity options like HSDPA (high speed downlink packet access), Bluetooth 2.0 and Wi-Fi connectivity. It also utilizes Microsoft’s Origami software enhancement to allow improved access to information and calendaring tools. The HTC Shift will be available in the market starting April at a price of $2,188.

Published November 13th, 2014 by editor

Shapewriter

Using the on-screen keyboard is almost as impossible, that most either require a QWERTY pad in their pocket PC-enabled phones or PDAs. However, there’s a program that will help you use the on-screen keyboard and stylus, and not have a hard time using them: the Shapewriter:

ShapeWriter’s award winning technology elevates touch screen devices to new levels of usability. Instead of “hunting and pecking” letters, single gestures on a touch keyboard produce an entire word. For example: a stroke that roughly connects the w, o, r and d keys is recognized by ShapeWriter’s intelligent algorithms as the word “word”. Experienced users can write much faster on ShapeWriter than on a conventional keyboard. All ShapeWriter products run in real time on mobile devices and feature advanced editing, automatic formatting and capitalization, error tolerance, misspelling correction, and gesture commands.

Available here

Published November 5th, 2014 by Ceasar

Palm Inc. – Dead in the Water

With the company stalled and it’s current owner deciding to discontinue it’s foray into the mobile and tablet market Palm, one of the first pocket pc’s around is dead in it’s tracks. There are but few details regarding the decision of the world’s largest computer maker on the move, that has also by coincidence moved to place it’s PC manufacturing arm up for sale.
The PC giant has re-aimed it’s focus on the services only market like IBM and many others who have been faring well in spite of economic turmoil. PC, mobile and tablet sales are mostly dependent on the economy, a bump here and there equals to huge losses. The move was a surprise indeed with shares of the company dipping well below expectations, only time will tell if their decision is based on sound analysis of the market’s status.

Published October 29th, 2014 by Ceasar

Motorola Mobile Acquired by Google

In the never ending move to expand it’s empire, and hopefully step on less toes in the computing industry, search engine giant Google expands yet again by acquiring Motorola Mobility. This may be a sign of their race to get some share of the mobile market ruled by Apple Inc. and others who are using their Android platform but it may simply be a move to end their never ending nagging with them regarding patents and others.

The acquisition gets Google Inc. and additional 17,000 patents with 7,000 under process/application that were previously owned by Motorola. They may simply have had enough of the patent fights, bickering and decided to take the fight to them in the market they oh so love and rule.

Published October 22nd, 2014 by Ceasar

4M i-Mate ユーザー


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i-Mate は4M ウィンドウズ・モバイル・フォンにより売られます。 このデュバイベースの会社は世界の果てまで販売範囲を拡大し、多くの国でその存在感を根ざしだしました。 現在のi-MateのCEOはO2PDAのモバイル産業の知識を受け継ぎました。 彼がO2チームに関わっていたためで、最初のポケットPC電話の開発者でした。 初めこそ、ささやかな開始でしたが、現在では世界中に多くのバージョンのポケットPC電話を販売するようになりました。 i-Mateはモバイルテクノロジーにおける最新技術を超越する新しいモバイル電話です。 格好が良い最新のモバイル電話 i-mate PDALは2007年11月に販売開始し、マイクロソフト・ウィンドウズ・モバイル5.0ポケットPCオペレーティング・システムを備え、ユーザーに先端の技術を使用させます。 この電話は2MP のカメラと1600×1200 ピクセルの画面を持ちます。 サイズと重量は信じられないほど小型で軽量です。 初期設定として64 MB のRAM と128 MB ROM を装備します。 このため、非常に多くの音楽、ビデオ、イメージを保存できます。 バッテリーの寿命も優れており、150時間のスタンバイと4時間のトーク時間を与えます。 ぜひ試してください。 見てみることは信じることです。

Published October 15th, 2014 by Ceasar

Pocket Plus

image-3.jpgHere is the new distinguished service pack by Microsoft with new features that most people feel have missed in the original Windows Mobile. Spb Pocket Plus was last updated on Dec.6, 2007 with a version of 4.0.2. It is the most powerful plug-in today. It is a well � programmed gadget that is easily used via tabs. Its features include: different beautiful skins, easy and smart scrolling, ZIP file support in the file explorer, fast searching using the installed advanced Internet explorer, easily closed buttons, more additional commands, and automatic recover to normal mode. It requires Windows 2003, Windows Mobile 5 Pocket PC, Windows Mobile 6 Classic or Professional device. So this software is surely suitable for those who frequently use their phone and want to spend less time finding things out.

Published October 8th, 2014 by Ceasar

Text-to-Speech for Business Telephony with Asterisk PBX

It is expensive and wasteful to hire humans to answer or guide callers. This is when the beauty of automated natural sounding text-to-speech software is realized. Text-to-speech conversion with high-quality, natural sounding voices for hand-held, desktop, and server applications adds a lot of value to business telephony with Asterisk PBX.

Text-to-Speech voices are available in 6 languages and 18 different characters including “Allison” the standard Asterisk voice. These voices are sizable and can range from 4 MB for embedded applications, to 100 MB for server-based installations. Text-to-Speech voices are tested on all major telephony platform operating systems including: Windows Server, Windows XP, Linux (32 & 64 bit), Solaris (Sparc and x86), and Mac (PowerPC and Intel).

The benefit of using text-to-speech voices with hosted Asterisk solution is that you can select a voice that fits your requirement, optimize it for your application, or even have voices built for a particular character or delivery. The voices run on the text-to-speech technology are petite and swift enough to run on handheld devices or distribute over the network.

The text-to-speech voice facility is not only limited to the telephony industry. In fact it is used across sectors such as health, navigation, mobile, toys & games, Government, industry, assistive, and many more. Now with Asterisk VOIP PBX, text-to speech functionality is available for really affordable prices to small and medium sized businesses. Also, don’t forget to enjoy the benefits of the best application hosting solutions, such as hosted VOIP PBX, Exchange, SharePoint, etc., which has become the preferred way for companies to implement business software.

Published October 1st, 2014 by Ceasar

Blackberry’s re-made but nobody’s paying attention

The struggling Blackberry, the forecast mobile for the serious businessman has long been in a losing fight against the battle with Apple and their iPhones/tablets and other manufacturers who run on Google’s Android platform. They have managed to come out with seemingly improved models that are aimed to make them a tad bit more pleasing for users but it seems their move has fallen on deaf ears.

Similar to events that have struck Palm, one of the first mobile computing pioneers around that has closed shop as HP, it’s current owners try to find direction in the evolving markets. Blackberry is still managing to hold on to some businesses and their employees but for how long, hopefully enough for a few more years.

Published September 24th, 2014 by Ceasar

Handbook of Psychiatric Drugs

Now, your pocket pc can contain your little handy handbook of psychiatric drugs. This is one useful software especially for those who are practicing psychiatric medicine.

The Handbook of Psychiatric Drugs or PsyRx™ is a clear, concise and comprehensive reference and resource of psychiatric drugs and medicines for psychiatric therapies. The software was developed to guide clinicians in their implementations and selections of mental illness treatments.

Handbook of Psychiatric Drugs was developed by Skyscape, Inc. Other related software from this developer are the ABC of Dermatology, Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine and The MGH Handbook of Internal Medicine.

You can have the PsyRx™ at $27.50.

Published September 17th, 2014 by Hannah

The Development of the Pocket PC software

When pocket PC came to existence, its usage was limited to emailing, setting appointments and reminders, and browsing. These usages back then were much appreciated by technology lovers. Due to the continuous demand towards providing a wider and more beneficial service, the so-called “techies” strived to develop the pocket pc and its software to what it is at present. Nowadays, people make use of the pocket PC as often as they use their mobile phones and their computers and still get almost the same use from it. The money and time that they spend over these are believed to be worth it mainly because these are made for the purpose of providing ease in attaining and accomplishing one’s everyday needs, wants, activities, and priorities. Various types of software are now available for numerous users and there is a continuous increase in variety just to satisfy the demand of the consumers. Nowadays, software applications of the pocket PC cater to maps, media, sports, and others.