WorldMate announced WorldMate Live for Windows Mobile. WorldMate Live caters to road warriors, managing their complete itineraries including travel arrangements and business meetings by pushing notifications of events that impact their schedules to their smartphones, in real-time.
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The long awaiting iPhone with 3G connection is getting another confirmation again. Not a direct tips, but AT&T CEO hints that all of their smart devices will be compatible with 3G in coming months.
The Apple iPhone has been stuck with EDGE connection since its launches last year. An upcoming 3G iPhone is no doubt, what people wondering next will be its price tag.
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Wayfinder today announced the launch of Power Search web application for iPhone and iPod touch users. The application is accessed via the Safari browser and allows the searching of a multitude of databases, through one unified search field, that cover up to 100 million local search records around the world.
According to a leaked road map last week, Sprint will be announcing a Treo 700w replacement, the Treo 800w Windows Mobile smartphone . The roadmap stating a Windows 6.0, but we are guessing it will come with Windows 6.1 since it has already officially announced.
Apart from the usual Palm style design, WiFi and GPS might be included for the first time in Palm history.
Citi Cards and Firethorn announced a strategic relationship to enable Citi credit cardmembers to easily and securely access real-time account information anytime, anywhere on their wireless handsets. The new service is expected to be available to Citi credit card customers across the U.S. by the third quarter this year.Through the Firethorn solution, qualified Citi credit cardmembers will be able to view important account information, including current balance, available credit limit, recent transaction history, rewards information and much more, all designed to help Citi credit cardmembers manage their accounts in an easy, convenient and safe manner.
“Citi is a recognized leader in mobile phone-based consumer financial services and we are proud of the innovative solutions we offer our customers. As customer utilization within mobile payments continues to evolve and grow, we are well positioned to be among the first to offer this valuable service for our cardmembers,” said Raja Rajamannar, executive vice president, Citi Cards. “Through our long-term, strategic relationship with telecom industry leader AT&T, we remain committed to offering the latest, cutting-edge solutions to our Citi credit card customers.”
Sprint and Samsung Mobile today announced the upcoming availability of a new wireless device, Samsung Instinct. Exclusively available from Sprint, the touch screen phone has a large, vibrant touch screen featuring localized tactile feedback, called haptics, which allow the virtual QWERTY keypad and other operations to become a sensory experience. The device also offers a Voice to Action button providing many functions using voice activation including call, text, picture messaging, traffic, movie, sports, news and search.
Sprint and Research In Motion (RIM) will add the new BlackBerry Curve 8330 smartphone to its Blackberry line up. The BlackBerry Curve 8330 featuring a two megapixel camera, media player for music, videos and photos, 3.5mm headphone jack, Bluetooth, microSD/SDHC card slot for expandable memory, voice-activated dialing, voice notes recorder and the ability to be used as a modem with a laptop.