“There appeared photos and more detailed info on a new smartphone M1A by Tatung based on Windows Mobile, the model is exhibited at the CeBIT 2006 show.The M1A is an update of the M1, introduced at 3GSM Congress in February. The keyboard design has been changed, so it is more comfortable in use. A 1.3-megapixel camera has been replaced by a 2-megapixel one. The LCD has got a QVGA (240×320 pixels) resolution instead of 176×220 pixels, RAM is up to 128 MB. Like the M1 the new smartphone supports GSM quad-band networking and GPRS standard.I’d remind you that Tatung is an ODM-maker, so the smartphone will be available under different brands. The device is expected in shops in 3Q 2006.” via mobile-review.com More photoes at theunwired.net
VoIP software for PDAs facilitates free phone calls via WLAN – soon also available for Symbian CeBIT Hanover, Germany (March 11, 2006) – Nero, leaders in digital media technology, announces the release of Nero Sipps Mobile at CeBIT 2006. With the expansion of its VoIP portfolio beyond the desktop-based Nero Sipps, Nero Sipps Essentials, and Nero Sipps VoIP Server packages, Nero will now be able to target mobile terminals with Nero Sipps Mobile. Whether in the context of WLAN zones in hotel lobbies, hotspots in cafes or wireless Internet connections at home, Nero Sipps Mobile will at last put phone calls via mobile terminals within everyone’s means. Calls with other VoIP subscribers will be free, while calls to the worldwide fixed or mobile network will be possible at affordable rates – all without the need for the obligatory subscription or cell phone contract. Porting to the Symbian operating system is also planned. The first version of the mobile software telephone offers all the usual telephony functions, an address book with direct dialing, lists of dialed numbers and missed calls as well as personalized ring tones. A server-based address book, a simple chat option, and a facility for creating and managing buddy lists will be added shortly. Nero Sipps Mobile supports Windows 2003 Mobile and Windows 2005 Mobile. “Our aim is increased mobility and communication without limits“, says Klaus Bock, General Manager of Nero AG. “We feel that we have taken a major step in this direction with the release of Nero Sipps Mobile “. In a CeBIT showcase, Nero will demonstrate the possibility of GSM/WLAN roaming using Nero Sipps Mobile. This technology will enable the user to save more costs in future by allowing them to receive their calls via VoIP instead of GSM where an Internet connection is available. The highlight of this feature is that the user can be reached under their conventional cell phone number in both networks. Why not use this opportunity to get to know our team in person by visiting us in Hall 2, Stand B20? Further information on Nero Sipps and Nero Sipps Mobile is available at www.nero.com and www.sippstar.com.About Nero Nero (www.nero.com) develops and distributes the world’s leading digital media solutions for consumers and professionals. Today more than 200 million users worldwide rely on Nero’s award-winning and trusted, industry approved applications to manage the needs of the connected digital home and forward thinking corporations. Nero’s rapidly-growing portfolio of products defines new levels of innovation in the company’s three key areas of focus: Digital Media Solutions – delivering multimedia applications for audio, video, photo and TV capturing, editing, burning, managing and sharing; Audio and Video Compression Technologies – providing world-class interoperable standards-based solutions for encoding and decoding digital content with support for Next Generation HD and popular handheld formats; and VoIP Solutions – providing cost-effective voice, text and video communication over the Internet for home and business. Nero products are globally distributed by leading hardware manufacturers, international distribution partners and online portals, and can be purchased directly at www.nero.com. Nero provides worldwide coverage through Nero AG, based in Karlsbad, Germany and two subsidiaries: Nero Inc. in Glendale, California, USA and Nero K.K. in Yokohama, Japan.
“More news from Samsung with this SPH-B5200, a phone that can be used to play 3D games with the matching pad, and it has a 2″ QVGA screen, a DMB tuner and MP3 player (the storage capacity is unknown at this moment). A very nice machine that would definitely fir into my pocket!” via akihabaranews.com
“Before the CeBIT 2006 show MSI (Micro-Star International) had been said to introduce its MP3-player fed by a solar cell. Now the company has provided some photos and details on its product.The player is equipped with a solar cell. It transforms the solar power into electric power by means of the solar panel and charges the battery. Thus, it increases the offline time, so you do not need an extra battery or a charger.” via mobile-review.com