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|March 02, 2007
Nokia N95 Multimedia Computer Starts Shipping in EMEA & Asia
Nokia today announced that the Nokia N95 started shipping in key European, Asian and Middle Eastern markets, with expanded shipments to other markets in those regions in the coming weeks. The Nokia N95 is an all-in-one multimedia computer with a unique 2-way slide design, integrated GPS functionality, a 5 megapixel camera and support for high-speed mobile networks, making it easier to watch and record videos, listen to songs, take high-quality photos, browse the internet, or catch up on email wh...
|April 13, 2005
3 Hong Kong And RIM Introduce BlackBerry Built-In For The Siemens SK65
3 Hong Kong has introduced the Siemens SK65 handset with BlackBerry Built-In technology developed by Research In Motion (RIM). The Siemens SK65 features BlackBerry Email, BlackBerryCalendar and BlackBerry Browser applications. 3 Hong Kong's customers will be able to benefit from a full BlackBerry experience with 'always-on', push-based access to email and calendar on the stylish Siemens SK65. The Siemens SK65 will be able to connect to BlackBerry services via both BlackBerry Enterprise Serve...
|January 31, 2005
3 Hong Kong And RIM Introduce The BlackBerry 7100g In Hong Kong
3 Hong Kong and Research In Motion (RIM) have announced the latest addition to 3 Hong Kong's portfolio of BlackBerry products with the introduction of the new BlackBerry 7100g. The BlackBerry 7100g from 3 Hong Kong is expected to be available in mid-February. The BlackBerry 7100g from 3 Hong Kong is an innovative business phone that delivers the power of BlackBerry in a stylish 'candy-bar' mobile phone design. The BlackBerry 7100g features the entire range of popular BlackBerry appli...
|April 25, 2003
Palm Unveils Plan To Capture China's Handheld Market
Palm, Inc. has announced its plans to target handheld users in China. Kicking off with the opening of its sales and marketing support office in China and the launch of a full family of products, Palm Solutions Group aims to attract users in China to pick up a Palm handheld. Other announcements to help achieve this goal include the appointment of a key local distributor, the establishment of customer services and in-country technical support. A distribution center also will be set up in Hong Kong...
|December 13, 2002
Palm Solutions Group To Enter China
Palm, Inc., a pioneer in the field of mobile and wireless Internet solutions and a leading provider of handheld computers, intends to enter the China market in the first half of 2003. "Palm looks forward to begin selling the world's favorite handheld in the world's largest market, beginning in the first half of calendar 2003," said Philip Chan, Palm Solutions Group vice president, North Asia. He made his comments at the PalmSource China Forum in Beijing. "Attending the PalmSource China Forum is ...
|January 08, 2002
Samsung Electronics To Introduce NEXiO
At the International Consumer Electronics Show, Samsung Electronics will unveil its Wireless Hand PC NEXiO S150 - the first in a series of Wireless Hand PCs that has just been launched in Korea. This first of its kind device combines the power of a handheld computing device with the capability of anytime, anywhere access to the Internet. With the launch of this new product category, Samsung is recognizing the need for today's mobile world to have access to the rich information that is always ava...
|July 13, 2001
Palm Extends Leadership In Its Key Asia Pacific Markets
Year-end market data for 2000 released by IDC(1) shows that products based on the Palm OS(R) platform showed unit growth in Asia Pacific outside Japan, which is not covered by IDC's report, and People's Republic of China (PRC), where Palm currently has no appointed distributor. IDC's data shows that products based on the Palm OS platform had a share of 62.5 percent of the personal companion market across these regions, compared to 1999 year-end data from IDC showing market share of 51.7 percent....
|May 16, 2001
Palm Launches in India; Increases Global Presence
Palm, Inc. has announced the launch of Palm handheld computers in India. The Palm m100, m105, color IIIc and popular Vx handhelds will be available throughout the subcontinent at the end of May. "Palm already distributes its handheld computers to nine countries throughout the Asia Pacific region. As early adopters to technology, India should prove to be an exciting new market for Palm," said Daren Ng, Palm's sales director for South Asia, Australia and New Zealand. "Palm's entry into India s...
|March 19, 2001
Sony VAIO Notebook PC Line-Up
Reinforcing its status as a bellwether brand and a trend-setter in design in the ultra-light notebook PC category, Sony Electronics is today announcing the incorporation of two firsts into its SuperSlim Pro VAIO notebook PC line. The new PCG-R505 computer model features the fastest mobile processor available today in a super-thin design and the world's first combination DVD and CD-RW drive in a notebook PC docking station. "We've revolutionized the design and redefined the capabilities of ou...
|March 15, 2001
Handspring Introduces Visor Edge Handheld Computer
Handspring, Inc., has introduced Visor Edge, an extremely thin, infinitely expandable handheld computer that brings ultimate portability and flexibility to the popular Visor family of expandable handheld computers. Visor Edge is Handspring's first slim-design handheld, combining a sleek and lightweight metal casing with the optional expandability of the Springboard platform. Available immediately in three metallic colors at Handspring.com, and in select retail stores across North America and Eng...
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