Product Announcements from TechXNY
With the huge TechXNY show going on now, several companies have taken advantage of the opportunity to show off their new and updated products. Of course, most of the attention goes to the new handhelds, like the Sony T665C or the Kyocera 7135 smartphone announced yesterday, which might explain why there have been only a few software and peripheral announcements. Still, the ones there were deserve some attention.
Colligo Networks has released Colligo Meeting, a new group calendaring and scheduling application for Bluetooth-enabled handhelds. It allows users to wirelessly connect their Date Books, view each attendee's schedule, secure a meeting time and accept or decline invitations. It costs $20.
Presenter-to-Go SD Card
David Nagel, PalmSource's CEO, will use Margi Systems' new Presenter-to-Go SD Card to do his keynote presentation tomorrow. This allows Palm handhelds with SD slots to connect to digital projectors or other VGA displays. PC Software compresses files from any printable Windows application into a format that can be transferred to the handheld for display. It is available now for $200.
Red Mercury released AcidImage 2.0, an image viewer that allows users to view their JPEG, GIF, BMP, and other types of images directly from memory cards. The new version allows images to be grouped into albums and displayes thumbnails of JPGs. It costs $20.
NotifyLink Enterprise Exchange Edition
Notify Technology Corporation announced that its corporate mobile email solution, NotifyLink Enterprise Exchange Edition, now supports the Handspring Treo 180 series, the Kyocera QCP6035, and the Palm i705. This app is for small to large-scale corporations who need email notification, access, and management of their email, calendar, contacts, tasks, and files on an Exchange server, from a variety of wireless devices.
Chapura's KeyContacts, which was announced last week, is now available and is being demoed at TechXNY. This is an alternative to the standard Address Book which gives Microsoft Outlook users access to important Outlook fields, categories, and folders on their handheld. It costs $25.
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