iPod Shuffle Vs SanDisk Player

A Mac user reviews the iPod Shuffle ($149) vs the Sandisk MP3 player ($138, $118 with rebate), both with 1 GB of Flash memory and similar pricing but with different feature-set.

.NET Compact Framework 1.0 (Service Pack 3) SP3 available for download for Pocket PC

Download the Microsoft .NET Compact Framework 1.0 SP3 Redistributable and get everything you need to run .NET Compact Framework applications, including the Common Language Runtime and the .NET Compact Framework class library for PocketPCs.

Nokia 9300 Review

Here we have a review of the Nokia 9300 (series 80 device) running the Symbian 7.0S OS.

ACCESS Unveils NetFront 3.3 Browser Engine

NetFront v3.3 browser engine delivers new features that provide a more functional Internet browsing experience on mobile devices. Key elements include enhanced support for Dynamic HTML, intelligent frame handling, pop-up blocking and support for Really Simple Syndication (RSS). Additional key features include Atom Feed support, encryption and saving of Web data with a specified URL, and management of Web data and passwords.

An interview with Jaluna execs Michel Gien and Michel Genard

This interesting interview with two top executives of Jaluna -- a company that has developed a sort of "VMware for embedded systems" that enables Linux to run alongside a real-time-control OS on gadgets like smartphones and set-top boxes -- delves into the French venture-funded startup's history, technology, market perspective, and vision of how Linux will dominate the embedded devices space.

i.Tech's virtual keyboard merges Infrared, Bluetooth

i.Tech's new Bluetooth Virtual Keyboard uses Infrared rays to draw a virtual keyboard on a flat surface - and Bluetooth to carry the input back to devices.

Review of Sharp Zaurus SL-C3000

The new Zaurus SL-C3000 from Sharp is a linux-based PDA incorporating an Intel XScale PXA270 CPU at 416 MHz. It has a 640 by 480 pixel screen and is physically quite similar to the previous Zaurus clamshell models, the main difference being that it has a 4 GB hard drive built in. Read the review here.

Free Linux phone software posted

An open source group has posted free PBX software that lets businesses create their own phone switches from standard Linux servers - but drawing business customers to the technology could be an uphill effort.

1.6 Terabyte at the size of a toaster

The Linux-based Yellow Maching P400T from Anthology Solutions offers up to 1.6 Terabyte of storage in a device no larger than a toaster.

Archos PMA400 Linux Based Media Portable

The new Archos PMA400 is a Linux based portable- entertainment/PDA/DVR/Internet device. It comes with wireless and ethernet LAN connections, plays Mophun and Qtopia and supports Microsoft DRM protected files (WMV, WMA).


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