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Wireless DevCenter

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Palm Treo 700w running Windows Mobile 5 is here!


Todd Ogasawara's O'Reilly weblog... The eagerly anticipated Palm Treo 700w Pocket PC Phone Edition is available through Verizon Wireless. Although there are other Phone Edition and Smartphone devices based on Windows Mobile 5, the great Treo form factor and unique Palm touches to the Windows Mobile interface will attract a lot of current Windows Mobile device users (and maybe even a few Palm OS users).

Sony Ericsson W810 Cell Phone


MobileWhack... Sony Ericsson fans will be thrilled with the release of the newest walkman phone the Sony Ericsson W810 - which brings together facets from the ever popular W800i and K750i models. Launched in time for CES 2006, the Sony Ericsson...

Wireless/Mobile Devices & Health Issues: Resolutions for 2006


Todd Ogasawara's O'Reilly weblog... Wireless mobile devices are everywhere in the hands of everyone from young children (e.g., Nintendo DS) to senior citizens (notice all those white earbuds in the ears of Baby Boomers and older generations?). Unfortunately, all this mobile technology seems to come with at the price of health in varying degrees: Loss of hearing, thumb/hand problems, car accidents, and more. Read on for the list of mobile/wireless device health issues I've noticed recently and let's see if we can avoid them ourselves in 2006.

What's Really Going to Happen in 2006!


O'Reilly Network Weblogs... Kurt Cagle discovers the REAL future happenings of 2006, and loses his wallet in the process.

Will Cell Phone Rates Start Rising in 2006?


Todd Ogasawara's O'Reilly weblog... According to one report the average revenue per user (ARPU) for cellular voice services in the US dropped for the second quarter in a row. Data service revenue is not making up for the ARPU drop on the voice side. How long will the wireless carriers let this go on before they consider raising rates?

Hawking Dish: Steroids for WiFi


Gizmodo... This odd-looking gadget from Hawking doesn't pick up alien signals, but it does let you boost any WiFi signal by up to a hard-to-believe 300 percent. The HWU8DD Hi-Gain USB Wireless-G Dish Adapter connects to either a computer or laptop using Wireless-B or Wireless-G network and a USB connection, and uses dish technology and Hawking's Signal Strength LED Indicator to find the strongest and best signal around. You'll also getWEP, WPA, and WPA2 security and a directional antenna that concentrates wireless signals away from computer components to avoid signal interference. And it only costs $69.

Stream Music over WiFi from your Home Server to your Sony PSP


Todd Ogasawara's O'Reilly weblog... The Sony PSP 2.6 firmware upgrade added an RSS client that lets you stream podcasts. You can also use the feature to stream music from your home server to your PSP.

RIM speaking to NTP through mediator


CNET Personal Technology... NTP co-founder says his holding company hasn't talked with RIM since June about a possible lawsuit settlement.

AOL launches search site for mobile devices


Todd Ogasawara's O'Reilly weblog... AOL launched a version of their AOL Search site designed for use on mobile devices. It also has links to their mobile portal, shopping, and Yellow Pages sites.

MAKE's Mostly Under $100 Gift Guide 2005!


MAKE Magazine Weblog... MAKE proudly presents a gift guide for the holiday season with listings you certainly won't find anywhere else. We asked a few MAKE staffers and pals to send in their favorite maker-friendly gift ideas for mostly under $100, as well as Associate Editor Phillip Torrone's personal picks...happy holidays! May all of your warranties be voided!

Sony Playstation Portable 2.6 firmware adds WMA and WiFi Podcast streaming support


Todd Ogasawara's O'Reilly weblog... Sony released a firmware upgrade (2.6) for the Sony Playstation Portable that adds (among other things) support for Windows Media Audio (WMA) files and RSS 2.0 for streaming podcast feeds. It isn't on their website yet, but you can update your PSP by using the Network Update feature with a WiFi connection.

MioMediaBox RSS Reader for PSP


MobileWhack... Mioplanet have recently unveiled the MioMediaBox, a free RSS reader for Sony's PlayStation Portable game console. The MioMediaBox allows you to subscribe to your favorite RSS feeds and access them while on the go.

Microsoft OneNote Mobile 12 Beta-1 for Windows Mobile Smartphones


Todd Ogasawara's O'Reilly weblog... Mobile Smartphone users: OneNote Mobile. One of its many cool features: Take a photo with your Smartphone's camera and have text in the photo turned into searchable text on the desktop using OCR technology. Check out Chris Pratley's (a OneNote designer at Microsoft) blog for the details.

US Robotics Rolls Out MaxG Tech


Gizmodo... US Robotics isn't fooling around. It's Wireless Gateway USR019108 is a broadband networking solution that uses the company's exclusive combines the company's exclusive MaxG with ADSL2+ technology for a complete broadband networking solution that encompasses a router and a print server.

ActiveSync 4.1 for Microsoft Windows Mobile 5 devices released


Todd Ogasawara's O'Reilly weblog... Microsoft released ActiveSync 4.1 for Windows Mobile 5 Pocket PC, Pocket PC Phone Edition, and Smartphone. If you have a WM5 device, get it now! If you have an older device, stay with ActiveSync 3.8. Here's a couple of additional tips and hints.