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Palm Foleo Companion Mobile is like a mini-laptop to use with Smartphone PDA Cellphones

Palm Foleo Companion Mobile is like a mini-laptop to use with Smartphone PDA Cellphones

Palm Foleo Companion Mobile w/ smartphone - Palm Inc.

[Best Syndication] There now seems to be a place for mini-laptop computers, finally, we see a potential for these miniature down-sized laptops with the unveiling of the Palm Foleo which brings compatibility with the smartphones. While the Palm Foleo is not a full blown computer, it is a Bluetooth compatible device that might lead to the sale of real mini computer laptops.

Now people that are on the go and have to frequently answer emails, and browse the web can do so without lugging around a large full sized laptop computer. Instead the downsized Foleo is made small enough to be easy to move around with, yet large enough to have a keyboard and a larger display to view websites with ease.

The company announced that the retail price should be $499 after an introductory $100 rebate. The Foleo mobile is expected to be released this summer.

Microsoft new Surface Computing Launched – Where to Find it in the Fall

Microsoft new Surface Computing Launched – Where to Find it in the Fall

Microsoft Surface - Microsoft

Microsoft Surface computer will be coming soon to a hotel, restaurant, retail stores, or a casino soon. Travelers can look up things to do in the area, maps, dining, or comparison price shop with a table top screen that interacts with gestures, touch and with physical objects. You can expect to see some of this technology by the end of this year.

Surface will have a 30 inch display laid flat on a built in table like kiosk. It gives it a friendly user interface that will make it easier for small groups to use at the same time.

For fun you could have digital finger painting, while you wait for your hostess to serve you at the restaurant. You would be able to reorder a beverage without summoning your waiter or waitress.

Qualcomm Loses Patent Infringement Lawsuit To Broadcom – Appeal Will Likely Be Filed

Qualcomm Loses Patent Infringement Lawsuit To Broadcom – Appeal Will Likely Be Filed

Lou Lupin

(Best Syndication) A Federal Jury unanimously found in favor of Broadcom Corporation and against Qualcomm Incorporated on Tuesday. Broadcom sued Qualcomm for software patent infringement and won $19.64 million. The six women and three man jury also found that Qualcomm's infringement was “willful”.

Since the infringement of a “valid” patent was found to be willful, the court could order damages up to three times the amount awarded by the jury. David A. Dull, Broadcom's Senior Vice President and General Counsel said “We are very pleased with the jury's verdict and gratified that the jurors were able to absorb and evaluate very technical material and arrive at the conclusion that Qualcomm once again is improperly utilizing our patented technology covering cellular baseband solutions."

Amazon to compete with iTunes by selling MP3 Music Online with no Copy Protection

Amazon to compete with iTunes by selling MP3 Music Online with no Copy Protection

Screenshot of Amazon's website

[Best Syndication] Amazon is going to expand their downloading of files for instant access to your favorite music. The good news is that they do not intend to have a complicated copy protection system.

Amazon.com will be competing against Apple’s iTunes, and Microsoft’s Zune music download sites.

The problem with copy protected music can be extremely frustrating. Sometimes the special program key could be lost when a computer system gets replaced. You could even have everything installed correctly and it still can glitch on you. If you invested in iPod technology and change out to a Zune you will find that the Zune isn’t able to play songs that you purchased on iTunes. If you buy songs from Napster or RealNetworks you can play them on an iPod. So you see how frustrating this can become when you want to change to a different MP3 music player.

Wireless Radio Modem for Vehicle Location and Wireless Communication

Wireless Radio Modem for Vehicle Location and Wireless Communication

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Aboutown Transportation Uses Wireless Modems to Navigate

Aboutown Transportation Ltd. originally opened in London, Ontario as Aboutown Cabs Limited in 1947. Since being acquired by the Donnelly family in 1974, Aboutown has grown into a diversified transportation company offering limousines, airport shuttles, paratransit service, city and school busing, and delivery, among other services.

Today, Aboutown’s original operation, its taxicab fleet, leads the way for the eventual division-wide conversion to radio data modems for communications between cars and the distpatch station.

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