“DataViz announced today a partnership with Sony Ericsson to provide Exchange ActiveSync connectivity for Sony Ericsson’s new Symbian OS based UIQ 3.0 smartphones, both the M600 and P990.The Exchange ActiveSync mailbox and synchronization engine included on these new smartphones is powered by DataViz’ RoadSync which provides secure, wireless and “Direct Push” synchronization of corporate e-mail, calendar, contacts and attachments from Exchange Server 2003. Both DataViz and Sony Ericsson are official licensees of the Exchange ActiveSync protocol from Microsoft.”Secure mobile access to e-mail, calendar and other business data are core requirements for mobile professionals who need to maintain communication with clients and colleagues while out of the office,” said Henrik Voigt, Director, Head of Enterprise Solutions, Sony Ericsson. “Working closely with DataViz has allowed us to achieve a tight integration of Exchange ActiveSync functionality into our portfolio of smartphones and solutions.”” via slashphone.com
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Fujitsu goes miniscule with N100, N110 PDAs
“Sometimes taking on an impossibly small form factor works in your favour: take the MobiBLU Cube, for example, where the tiny MP3 player put that company on the map. But sometimes going too small can hurt the product’s functionality and usability, and I fear this may (or may not, we’ll just have to wait and see) be the case today. The latest Pocket Loox PDAs from Fujitsu Siemens — the N100 and N110 — are so tiny, in fact, that they’re being touted as the lightest and smallest in the whole world. Running on Windows Mobile 5, the N100 series are powered by a Samsung 300 MHz processor, and come equipped with 64MB of RAM. While the higher-end N110 sports 2 gigs of on-board flash memory, the more entry-level N100 ships with a 1GB mini SD card instead. Both feature a 2.8-inch, 65k color display with a 240 x 320 resolution. As a pocket GPS device, these newest Loox devices come preinstalled with Navigon MobileNavigator 6 software and boast the SiRFStar III chipset. The Fujitsu Siemens Pocket Loox N100 and N110 are destined for European store shelves next month, with prices starting at 206Pound (380 Dolars via mobilemag.com.
Palm Treo to Add WiFi Capability at the right time
“Palm will add wireless Internet capabaility to future models of the Treo phone. The company had declined to add Wi-Fi because it drains battery life. Chief executive Edward T. Colligan would not say when the capability would be added. “We do believe Wi-Fi is an important technology,” Colligan said. “There’s no question that we’ll ultimately put in our products, but at the right time.”” via washingtonpost.com