Specialised Software for GPRS PC Cards for Mac OS

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Date: Saturday, May 31st, 2003, 09:46
Category: Mobile Phone

GPRS wizard for GlobeTrotter, Vodafone, T-Mobile GPRS PC Card Modems for Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X.

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Analysis: Ericsson's SIM-card WiFi solution

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Date: Saturday, May 31st, 2003, 00:32
Category: iPod, User Group

What Ericsson’s new press release means for mobile users everywhere. (Hint: it doesn’t mean one login for your Powerbook and mobile internet) Read more . . .

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Samsung i500 (Awesome Palm Phone)

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Date: Friday, May 30th, 2003, 23:38
Category: iPod, User Group

The new Samsung i500 Palm flip-fhone is a wonder toy for any Palm guru. Read more . . .

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Where do all the T68i's go?

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Date: Friday, May 30th, 2003, 16:21
Category: iPod, User Group

With the next wave of camera, video, pda, wifi phones hitting the market… what happens to all of the formerly snazzy
Sony Ericsson T68i
phones? Sure they’re yesterday’s news, but there’s got to be someone who wants them…

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The Register P800 Long Term Review

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Date: Friday, May 30th, 2003, 14:40
Category: Mobile Phone

I know you guys love these phones, but I wanted to point you to this Long term review of the Sony Ericsson P800 mobile phone. I didn’t write it, but the readers might be interested anyway.

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Tungsten C and AirPort

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Date: Friday, May 30th, 2003, 13:04
Category: PDA

I got my Tungsten C yesterday, and got it onto my WEP AirPort network in under 1 minute – very easy to do. Anyway, I was wondering if there’s a way to get it to sync (iSync or Palm) over WiFi. iSync can’t see it, so I figure that’s out. Also, can I get it to share my printer through my laptop? Hmm…..

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Where is the Aluminum PowerBook 15-Inch?

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Date: Friday, May 30th, 2003, 10:00
Category: Hardware, PowerBook 15-Inch

The 28 May 2003 potential launch date for the new Aluminum PowerBook 15-inch has come and gone without an announcement, so it appears that there is still enough inventory of existing Titanium PB15s to justify the delay. The big question now becomes timing. Will Steve Jobs wait until WWDC (23-26 June) and break his vow of “not announcing products at WWDC?” Tough to say. The PowerPage is betting on a special event between now and then, Friday the 13th anyone?
Biggest questions are the feature set on the new PB15. Read More…

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Ask PowerPage: Apple TiVo in Japan? (Updated)

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Date: Friday, May 30th, 2003, 10:00
Category: Accessory

Q. I was goofing around and set up a new user called “Japanese” and logged out and logged in the new user. I set all the preferences to Japanese language then started surfing on my Japanese Mac. Then I came across this.
Is Apple Japan selling a device like the Elgato EyeTV? The software looks so much more
Mac OS X-like with an interface setup similar to iMovie. Any ideas? I love your new page! Go Web Objects!

The PowerPage Japan Bureau’s Francis Boisvert responds…

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The USDA in Your Palm

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Date: Friday, May 30th, 2003, 10:00
Category: PDA, Software

Does ostrich meat contain more protein than turkey? Which has more saturated fat, olive or peanut oil? Just check your Palm. The USDA’s Agricultural Research Service has made its exhaustive nutrient database available for download to personal digital assistants (PDAs). This resource contains information on more than 6,000 foods — from alfalfa sprouts to zwieback — listing calories, vitamins, minerals, protein, carbs, and fat grams for each. The free software takes about a minute to download, runs on the Palm OS, and requires about 2 megabytes of memory. Read more…

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One Login for PB and GSM Phone?

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Date: Friday, May 30th, 2003, 09:04
Category: Mobile Phone

Ericsson successfully demonstrates the first standards based solution that allows users a single sign-on for both GSM and Public WLAN. One logon for your PBG4 and your cellphone? Perhaps someone with more GSM phone experience can explain the significance of this to us stuck with CDMA?

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