Logitech, the Bluetooth Hubster

I’m still playing with mine, but on the surface Logitech look like they may be the first to fashion a real Bluetooth hub for the PC. The problem has been to develop a dongle, or some other widget, that can easily turn a non-Bluetooth PC into one that can easily recognise and deal with other …

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News: Sony Ericsson Back In The Game

  Sony Ericsson, The Register reports, today launched three new handsets, all of them clamshell. The Z600 comes with a built-in digicam, has Bluetooth, is tri-band GSM/GPRS and something I don’t quite understand: “a smaller, secondary unit on the back of the phone”. What is that? I’ve always thought phones should be dismantlable, if there ever …

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Update: A Successor to Sony Ericsson P800?

 Those of you who admired the Sony Ericsson P800 cellphone/camera/PDA but never got around to buying one, hang on until October. PMN Publications, a mobile newsletter, reports that Sony Ericsson is planning an upgraded version of the P800, featuring an enhanced digital camera, 65,000 colour screen and a slimmer form factor. It will be called …

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Column: the all in one gadget

Loose Wire — All-in-One Gadgets: Compact But No Cure-All: The Sony Ericsson P800 is an Internet-enabled PC, hand-phone, digital organizer and camera rolled into one; But some things are better kept separate   By Jeremy Wagstaff   from the 10 April 2003 edition of the Far Eastern Economic Review, (c) 2003, Dow Jones & Company, …

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