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Magazine articles on personal digital assistants, telecommunications devices, and other handheld and wearable electronic devices.
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March 9, 2006
David Miller
Yahoo, Siemens Team on VoIP People using Siemens's Gigaset cordless telephones will soon be able to make free phone calls using Yahoo Messenger with Voice, the companies announced Wednesday. mark for My Articles 1268 similar articles
PC Magazine
March 8, 2006
Sascha Segan
LG CU320 The better of Cingular's two new 3G phones by a nose, the LG CU320 is a midrange phone with some new entertainment features. mark for My Articles 306 similar articles
March 2006
Anthony Cerretani
Power Travel The new road-warrior electronics embrace the adventurer's creed: Do more with less. Apple iPod... Sonic Impact i-Fusion... Nikon Coolpix P1... Motorola i605... BMW Mp3 watch... Garmin Nuvi 350... iAudio X5... HP iPaq 6515... Nokia N90... etc. mark for My Articles 595 similar articles 4 Cell Phones With Great Displays Most people don't think of a cell phone's screen quality as a key feature, but it can often determine the user experience. mark for My Articles 326 similar articles
PC Magazine
March 1, 2006
Fine Digital FineDrive 400 This portable navigation device has both 2D and 3D displays and plug-in installation, and it uses Navteq map data, the gold standard for GPS devices. mark for My Articles 186 similar articles
PC Magazine
February 1, 2006
Craig Ellison
Delorme Earthmate GPS LT-20 with Street Atlas USA 2006 Although the Earthmate GPS has lots of great features, it's difficult to program and tracking errors limit its usability as a navigation aid. mark for My Articles 205 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
March 2006
Samuel K. Moore
Calm in Your Palm Soon, stressed folks all over could be breathing easier with the sleek, solid, handheld biofeedback device called the StressEraser. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
February 27, 2006
Susan Kuchinskas
Origami, a New Hardware Twist for Microsoft? A teaser Web site for The Origami Project has created the biggest buzz for Microsoft since the launch of the Xbox and perhaps even Windows 95. mark for My Articles 135 similar articles
February 2006
Mark Spoonauer
Calling All Sports Nuts With Sanyo's MVP cell phone you can follow every sports play, manage your fantasy team, and watch the latest video highlights. mark for My Articles 65 similar articles
February 23, 2006
Brian Livingston
Unlimited Long Distance, $9.95/Month, No PC A small company soon will unveil a tiny device that clips onto any phone line and uses VoIP, but doesn't require broadband access -- or any kind of computer at all. mark for My Articles 325 similar articles
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