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Updates Week of October 26, 2003

Update: Choosing a PDA

Added Windows Mobile 2003 comparison and screen shots.
Posted Saturday, November 1, 2003 by ChrisD
Rating: 2.4

Update: 802.11b WiFi Wireless LAN CompactFlash Cards

Added info on the Netgear MA701 card using the Compaq WL100 driver. Added info on compatibility of the Symbol Mobile Networker card using the Socket driver.
Posted Friday, October 31, 2003 by ChrisD
Rating: 2.48

Update: Compaq WL100 Driver Installation

Added links and SoftPaqs to all the drivers from HP for the WL100. Removed the link to Intersil since they no longer offer the driver. Special thanks to Christopher Hill for pointing this out.
Posted Friday, October 31, 2003 by ChrisD
Rating: 2.38

Update: ActiveSync Troubleshooting Guide - Synchronization Errors

Added info on resolving conflicts between Outlook add-ins and ActiveSync. Special thanks to Christopher Hill for reporting this.
Posted Friday, October 31, 2003 by ChrisD
Rating: 2.40

Update: Programming Languages

Added SuperWaba - LGPL (Open Source) Java Virtual Machine for Windows CE.
Posted Thursday, October 30, 2003 by ChrisD
Rating: 2.60

Update: Windows Mobile 2003 Upgrades

T-Mobile will be offering a free upgrade of their Pocket PC Phone Edition for all existing customers.
Posted Thursday, October 30, 2003 by ChrisD
Rating: 2.45

Article: Deploying Wi-Fi in the Enterprise

Recently, I was asked about my experience deploying Wi-Fi for events like the Pocket PC Summit. At the Pocket PC Summit, I deployed up to 20 access points and had approximately 500 simultaneous Wi-Fi connections. I've summarized a list of my thoughts on deploying Wi-Fi in the article.
Posted Wednesday, October 29, 2003 by ChrisD
Rating: 2.30

Article: The Myriad of Peripherals that are supported on Pocket PCs, Notebooks and PDAs

When I think of Mobility and using my Pocket PC or Notebook PC, I also think of how I can use these devices to communicate and store information. I want to be able to easily share information with other PCs via the internet or an internal network as well as transfer large amounts of information using memory card. This article describes the different form factors that storage and peripherals take with the average Notebook PC or Pocket PC. Also, I will focus on describing the different capabilities of these peripherals and how they may affect your mobile use on a day-to-day basis.
Posted Monday, October 27, 2003 by ChrisD
Rating: 2.30

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