By Humberto Saabedra on June 26, 2009
Sony Ericsson has announced the forthcoming release of the T715a slim 3G slider. The T715a features a 2.2 inch QVGA display, quadband GSM/EDGE and triband US 3G HSPA access, microSDHC expansion slot, speakerphone, 3.2 megapixel CMOS camera with autofocus, flash, video recorder, front-facing video camera for video calls where supported along with geotagging support for […]
By Christopher Price on October 3, 2008
Years after Apple released iSync, Microsoft has finally announced a competing product. Apple’s Mac OS X operating system comes bundled with iSync, a tool that allows developers to easily add sync support for a broad range of cell phones. Any phone that supports SyncML can be adapted to work with iSync, for calendar and contact […]
By Humberto Saabedra on September 24, 2007
The FCC has revealed a new Sony Ericsson model with US W-CDMA support and A-GPS support. The Sony Ericsson Z750i features quadband GSM, triband W-CDMA with HSDPA data access, QVGA display, FM radio, MemoryStick M2 expansion slot, Bluetooth, 2.0 megapixel camera and internal VGA camera for video calling, media player, A-GPS support with built-in Google […]
By Christopher Price on January 8, 2005
Microsoft has released version 3.8 of their ActiveSync software for Windows Mobile-enabled Smartphones and Pocket PCs. This version’s biggest feature is bug fixes, however it also adds some new security features for Windows XP SP2 users (cautioning when a device is introduced for the first time and turning off Remote Sync by default).
By Christopher Price on March 27, 2004
Microsoft has quietly updated ActiveSync. So quietly, they didn’t even change the official version number. Still at version 3.7.1, the new version is 3.7.1 Build 4034 and contains some minor UI improvements and bug fixes, but it’s still worthy of updating.