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Displaying items by tag: handheld

iTWire TV speaks with Zebra Technologies sales engineering manager ANZ Daniel Park about the company’s Workforce Connect software.

Published in Guest Interviews

Running Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise, Panasonic’s newest fully rugged handheld, the Toughpad FZ-F1, has arrived in Australia, following the launch of its Android counterpart earlier this year.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Sony has announce an extremely portable handheld projector with screen mirroring, HDMI, 1920x720 HD resolution, a 3400mAh battery and more for $699, coming January 2016

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 06 October 2015 19:48

Game on: digital games to pass $100B pa by 2020

PCs will power 8% annual growth in video games, seeing the digital games industry going from $80B in 2015 to $104B by end 2018.

Published in Entertainment
Monday, 31 August 2015 12:53

Ascom Nurse Call implemented by Wesley Mission

Wesley Mission Brisbane has deployed a Nursecall platform with integrated DECT mobility, life critical messaging and alarm management solution from Ascom Wireless Solutions across six of its facilities in Queensland.

Published in Mobility

It’s not just Apple that can get thousands of people to queue for new products, with Nintendo’s launch of two new Pokémon titles and brand new versions of the Nintendo 3DS and 3DS XL attracting huge crowds!

Published in Entertainment

Fluke Networks has announced the OptiFiberâ„¢ Pro OTDR, the first handheld optical time-domain reflectometer (OTDR) built from the ground up for enterprise fibre testing.

Steatite announced the availability of Getac's ultra-rugged PS236 handheld Windows Mobile PDA

Inmarsat, the leading provider of global mobile satellite communications services, today unveiled a complete specification for its forthcoming global handheld, IsatPhone Pro, that is unmatched in the satellite phone market.

Friday, 05 March 2010 13:29

Sony readying Walkpad?

Sony Corp. is reportedly working on a portable device that will work as an e-reader, netbook, and game machine.
Published in Mobility
In this podcast with Peter Mahoney, VP of worldwide sales for Nuance Communications, get an update on Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10, and find out more about speech recognition, its benefits and potential, products such as Google Android and Palm Treo with embedded Nuance technology, and where speech recognition is headed.

Published in A Meaningful Look
Mid September is the date that Palm’s Treo Pro will finally hit the Australian market, with Telstra announcing today that it’s the first Next G smartphone/PDA to get the “Blue Tick” for better coverage in rural and regional areas.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Monday, 30 June 2008 18:58

30 years on and Space Invaders is back!

Space Invaders changed gaming history when it was first launched as an arcade game back in 1978. 30 years on, it has returned and is just as playable as ever - if a bit more pocket friendly in all regards...

Published in Entertainment




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