Microsoft Windows Mobile

  • February 04, 2004 04 Feb'04

    Mobile platforms on collision course

    Today there are a dizzying array of mobile platform choices, from Microsoft's .NET and Java, to niche frameworks offered by Pumatech Inc., Sybase's iAnywhere Solutions Inc., and others. But Jack Gold, a vice president with Stamford, Conn.-based Meta...

  • February 02, 2004 02 Feb'04

    Will 2004 bring an attack of the BlackBerry clones?

    Though it could mean watching sales of its own devices slide, Research In Motion wants to provide users with more device choices via numerous third-party BlackBerry clones, which will debut in the coming months.

  • December 08, 2003 08 Dec'03

    Itronix makes its mark with military

    Now separated from its troubled parent company, Itronix is challenging Panasonic's lead position in the market for rugged laptops.

  • October 28, 2003 28 Oct'03

    Thin clients: Is less really more?

    While most mobile devices are only getting smarter, faster and more capable, the small market for thin clients -- low-cost, centrally managed PCs with minimal functionality -- is growing. In fact, Palo Alto, Calif.-based Maxspeed Corp. recently ...

  • October 27, 2003 27 Oct'03

    AirMagnet upgrade helps close Centrino's back door

    The latest wireless LAN security and performance management software from AirMagnet can help admins track down Centrino notebooks that may be vulnerable to rogue access points.

  • April 22, 2003 22 Apr'03

    Analyst: Centrino offers stability, long battery life

    Intel has high hopes for its new Centrino mobile computing program, but does it deliver? A Gartner analyst explains what Centrino is, how the technology works and why Centrino-powered notebooks might give a company's mobile workers an edge.