Cell phones get game Video
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Jose, Calif., ZDNet's Pat Houston sees a new computing platform that includes what Intel believes will become the new chip standard for business PCs--increasing speed, efficiency and security.
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Jose, Calif., ZDNet's Patrick Houston sees Intel's upcoming mobile media processor code-named Bulverde in action.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston reports on an emerging video compression/decompression module, H.264, which Intel is developing to deliver video entertainment and gaming content seamlessly to cell phones, PDAs and other mobile devices.
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Jose, Calif., ZDNet's Patrick Houston sees a new Wi-Fi technology that uses the 802.16a wireless standard and touts a 10-mile coverage area.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston takes a look at the yet-to-be-released Nokia N-Gage, a Bluetooth-enabled console/cell phone combination designed for wireless gaming.
At the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles, cell phone maker Nokia raves to ZDNet's Patrick Houston about a device for calls, gaming and MP3-playing.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston looks at how Siemens keeps cell phones small by featuring a sliding keyboard design.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston looks at a Bluetooth/GSM cell phone from Siemens that works with a wireless headset and a mobile camera accessory.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston takes a look at Intel's Manitoba chip, which promises to pump up the computing power of your cell phone while slashing its price.