Quickies: 1GB SD, Weblink, Monsta, LAPUG, PalmGSM & More
Matsushita Co. (Panasonic) has unveiled a working prototype of a SD (Secure Digital) memory card with a 1 Giga byte capacity. The card is expected to go on sale a year from now. It will be the first to use a higher 20M bps transfer rate (10x the speed of current 128mb cards). -robrecht
PalmSource announced they are working with Weblink Wireless to enable wireless e-mail, text messaging and mobile Internet access via WebLink's ReFLEX(R) network to wireless messaging devices running Palm OS 5.
The ReFLEX 25 platform offers exceptional coverage, higher signal strength and in-building penetration, providing enterprises with "always on" access to mission critical information and long lasting device battery life. ReFLEX enables two-way messaging by adding a response channel to a traditional paging system, allowing carriers to provide two-way messaging at a competitive cost. The messaging and email capabilities provided by the ReFLEX network will enhance the Palm OS's existing wireless capabilities, which include support for Bluetooth, GSM, CDMA, 2.5G/3G networks and, in Palm OS 5, 802.11 solutions at the system level.
iNDUSTRY Entertainment has just released several screenshots from thier upcoming game called Monsta. -Nemanja Bondzulic
The next meeting of the Los Angeles Palm User Group (LAPUG) will be on Saturday, October 12th, 2002 at Border's Books + Music at 1360 Westwood Blvd. It's just a couple of blocks north of Santa Monica Blvd. We'll be upstairs in the meeting area located within the Music Department - close to the Coffee Shop! -Russell Howell
PalmGSM.net has released a new products for Handspring Treo, a Treo ringtone collection and Treo ringtone collection II. According to PalmGSM.net, the collections contains over 1000 ringtones separated on 22 categories. -Savin
The new version 3.0 of FastCPU now supports overclocking the Sony NR series up to 99Mhz, and has a new UI with high-res+ support. -Paul Campbell
PalmInfocenter will be attending the Microsoft Mobius (PPC, Smartphone and Tablet PC) conference this weekend in Redmond. If anyone has any specific questions or things they may want covered, let me know and I will see what I can do. -Ryan
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