HTC is a pretty established player in the smartphone market – it has been around for 10 years and is widely considered to be the market leader when it comes to Windows Mobile handsets, with a wide variety of designs available.
One problem that HTC have had is that fundamentally, all their phones are very similar. Yes – you can add 3G, WiFi, keyboards, touchscreens and even GPS and then mix the ingredients around, but underneath they’re all constrained somewhat by the fact that they run Windows. Continue reading
Harness the power of the HTC Advantage, the ultimate mobile office. This cutting edge mobile device is a first for business functionality with high-speed global connectivity and PC-style power yet it will easily fit in your pocket. Smaller and lighter than a laptop, but packed with many business and multimedia features you find on your laptop, it is the essential tool for the upwardly mobile business professional. Continue reading
More powerful than any mobile communications device you’ve used before, the HTC TyTN II takes global connectivity to the next level. Continue reading
Delivering Business Value in the Mobile EnterpriseÂ The 2007 Mobility Summit will once again explore the rapid developments taking place in the field of mobile and wireless and help you successfully integrate this vital technology within your business.
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Intermec has announced that the 7×1(741B and 751B) portfolio with Windows Mobile 5.0 has been released into production. Continue reading
Small businesses in Coventry and Warwickshire are being encouraged to develop a competitive edge through mobile technology. The West Midlands e-business centre of excellence ‚ the National B2B Centre based at the University of Warwick is hoping to give regional firms an advantage by helping them become more mobile.