Sprint PCS showcases live TV on a cell phone Video
Known for its advanced PC design tools, Autodesk recently released a suite of location services for cell phones and mobile devices that includes traffic information and friend-finding tools. CNET's Patrick Houston reports.
CNET's Patrick Houston looks at the new upgrades to Sprint's PCS Business Connection services, including support for PalmOne's Treo 600 and e-mail access for up to three addresses.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston looks at how Siemens keeps cell phones small by featuring a sliding keyboard design.
Sierra Wireless co-founder and senior vice president Andrew Harries shows CNET's Patrick Houston the new Voq cell phone, designed for business professionals, and explains why the company is entering the competitive handset arena.
CNET's Patrick Houston checks out the Windows Automotive .Net Connected Car prototype, which delivers drivers a variety of information and services via a cell phone with a Bluetooth connection.
CNET's Patrick Houston gets the scoop on the features included in Microsoft's recently released Portable Media Center operating system.
CNET's Patrick Houston looks at software that creates a video file of PowerPoint presentations and an online hosting service for future viewing.
At the 2004 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Sony introduces CNET's Patrick Houston to a fusion of traditional television and broadband technology designed to let mobile consumers watch TV and video and access the Internet--all without a PC.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston looks at a Bluetooth/GSM cell phone from Siemens that works with a wireless headset and a mobile camera accessory.
CNET's Patrick Houston looks at the Sony Ericsson P900 smart phone, which features video recording, increased memory and a 65K color touch screen.