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Windows CE .Net Expected January 2002
Formerly code-named Talisker, Windows CE .Net is an embedded operating system designed to be used in mobile devices, such as smart phones and PDAs (personal digital assistants), Eddie Wu, senior director of Microsoft's Embedded Systems Group in Asia, said during a recent interview here. The OS will be formally launched sometime next month, he said.
  
Fingerprint Log-On for Your Pocket PC
Identix Incorporated, the worldwide leader in providing biometric authentication, security and identification solutions, announced today the beta launch of its BioLogon authentication software for the Windows Pocket PC operating system. BioLogon for Pocket PC provides secure local biometric authentication for device locking and unlocking.
 
Adobe Announces Pocket PC Software
Adobe Systems Incorporated, the leader in network publishing, today announced the immediate availability of Adobe® Acrobat® Reader® for Pocket PC, a new software application that builds on the company's vision to deliver visually-rich content anytime, anywhere, on any device.

iPAQ Pocket PC 2002 Upgrade Fiasco
The Compaq iPAQ 3600 series Pocket PC device has been touted for its upgradability. When details of Microsoft's Pocket PC 2002 OS began to surface Compaq was quick to announce the process for upgrading an iPAQ running Pocket PC 2000 to the new and improved Pocket PC 2002. This upgrade process was touted as quick, simple, and offering users "the full benefit of Pocket PC 2002 through a combination of ROM Upgrade and RAM-installable applications." Unfortunately the Upgrade CDs which just began to arrive in the hands of customers seem to be missing a few pieces of the puzzle.

SnapNType Mini-keyboard Now Available
T Tech Limited, a developer and manufacturer of hardware accessories solutions for the mobile computing market announced today two new additions to their SnapNType mini-keyboard series. One is a new model for the Compaq iPAQ, and the other is for the Palm m500 and m505 devices.

SiPix printer adds Pocket PC Support
SiPix, Inc., The Digital Imaging Appliance Company, today announced that its award-winning Pocket Printer A6 now fully supports Pocket PCs version 2.0 to 3.1. The tiny, battery-powered Pocket Printer A6 is a compact and lightweight mobile printer perfect for the on-the-go business professional. The printer is available now for a suggested retail price of $149. SiPix is also currently offering a $20 rebate for all units purchased before February 28, 2002.

Ruksun launches completely interoperable instant messaging software for PDAs
Odigo Messenger Force is truly integrated and interoperable instant messaging product for the Pocket PC devices, allowing users to connect to popular IM networks ICQ, MSN Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, AOL Instant Messenger and Odigo. Previously users had to maintain multiple software applications to chat or send instant messages to their buddies using different IM services.
 

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