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Dave’s iPAQ Giveaway Continues in celebration of Windows Mobile 5 and Our 5 Year Anniversary

1. No Purchase Necessary – No purchase or payment of any money is necessary to enter. You must be a registered member of Daves iPAQ community in order to particapte

2. How To Enter: Enter this contest from Tuesday , May 3, 2005 through Friday, May 13, 2005. Post your answer in the requested location. First member to answer correctly will win. You have 1 hour to respond to our private message with your name, address, city, state and zipcode. If we do not hear from you within that hour you will not win.

3. Limitations: Members can only win once.

4. Prize(s): A total of 91 prizes will be awarded. .

5. Prize Conditions: Winners must meet all eligibility requirements.

6. Prizes are not redeemable for cash or transferable. No substitutions allowed, except, at vendors sole discretion, a prize of equal or greater value may be substituted. Non-compliance will result in disqualification and forfeit of prize.

7. How to Win: A question will be posted in which the member would need to correctly answer the question. The first member who correctly answers the question will win the prize.

8. Odds: Odds of winning will depend upon the number of eligible entries received.

9. Prize Redemption: Prizes will be either emailed to the recipient or mailed by the particpating vendor.

10.Conditions: Each entrant, by entering this Contest agrees that: (1) he/she will abide by and be bound by the Rules and the Sponsor’s decisions, which shall be final and non-appealable. Winner’s acceptance of the Prize constitutes the grant of an unconditional right to use Winner’s name for any publicity, advertising and promotional purposes without additional compensation. Vendor is not responsible for the inability of the winners to accept the Prize for any reason.

11. Disputes: By entering, each member accepts and agrees to be bound by these official rules and the decisions by Daves iPAQ.

12. Winner’s List: A final list of all winners will be posted on www.davesipaq.com on May 20, 2005.

The contest will start in this thread


Be sure to hear our podcast promo about the giveaway here.

iTECH Bluetooth Virtual Keyboard — A Real Taste of Virtual Reality!!

One very “COOL” device that promises to be the
“Accessory of the Year”!

Some months back, we heard about a Virtual Keyboard that was about to marketed to the “Tech” Community. Of course there was a lot of hype…a lot of discussion…and many who felt it was just not real!

Well folks, it is real, it is terrific, it is accurate, and it is Bluetooth!!

A new era of wireless mobile communications is about to begin with the introduction of the world’s first wireless Virtual Keyboard by iTECH. The Bluetooth VKB is an enhanced version of their Virtual Keyboard (VKB), which is a tiny device slightly larger than a pack of gum that projects a full-size keyboard on any flat surface through a unique system using infrared technology. Truly, we are about to enter into an era of unprecedented convenience!

Dave’s iPAQ was fortunate and extremely pleased to be asked to review the iTECH Bluetooth Virtual Keyboard. Of course, I was honored to be among the first to actually test a device that was “virtual”. I must admit that prior to actually seeing and working with it, I was a bit skeptical as to its real abilities but after spending some serious time with it on several of my iPAQs, I can tell you that this is one very “cool” device that promises to be the “Accessory of the Year”!

Several weeks went by from the first conversation I had with the folks at Power Positioning (2P) Ltd. They are a worldwide company specializing in online marketing, Search Engines Optimization and worldwide distribution and promotion of technology products. During that time, I had several conversations about this product, its anticipated announcement, and when the Bluetooth Virtual Keyboard would actually be released to the public. Most importantly, I was able to learn a little about the folks I was dealing with. They were a group of kind, caring, dedicated professionals that were absolute believers in the quality and the function of their product. It was because of these conversations that my excitement over the BTVKB (Bluetooth Virtual Keyboard) began to grow.

I received a call last week saying that my BTVKB would be shipped on Monday and that I would get it two days later. I just couldn’t wait for the time to pass—I wanted to see and use this keyboard. Finally FedEx delivered it within 10 minutes of the expected delivery time (I love the ability to track a shipment on the web). I wanted to “tear” open the box to look inside but NO—I need to take a picture first!

As I have said several times before in past reviews, presentation means a lot to me. The keyboard just wasn’t encased in some plastic covering, it was placed in a well designed box meant to give you a feeling that you were about to open something special — and you were!

Inside, neatly placed in a form fit container, I found the keyboard, a very nice leather case that had a soft protective interior, a charger, a mini CD with the drivers and software, and a Quick Start Guide. Each item was packaged in plastic to protect it. I tore open the plastic on each item to look at each piece. I actually tore the quick start guide as I hurriedly tried to get the CD out of its package.

iPAQ hw6500 Blackberry Killer?

In this photo you will notice the new belt clip on the hw6500. Users should also notice the unit is almost identical in size. Those who question if this unit is smaller or bigger than the treo it is quite close.. The belt clip also swivels just like the Blackberry style holster. I find this holster more secure than my Blackberry holster since it has a top clip to hold the unit in place..

iPAQ-hw6500

Dave’s Ipaq – Seidio G2500 GPS Ready Mount @ Dave’s iPAQ

I have used a GPS for years and have found it to be an invaluable tool when traveling. In the early years, I had a GPS attached to my laptop which I would use to help guide me through the highways and byways of those new and exciting places we would visit. I tried to figure out a comfortable way to position my laptop in the car so either my wife or I could see the screen while we were traveling.

Of course, anyone who has ever used a laptop knows full well the difficulty that exists in driving and trying to view the screen which of course is why most (if not all) sellers of GPS devices place the caveat on their products that these devices should be used with a navigator in the passenger side of the car to assist in the navigation. I heartily agree!

However not every trip that you take may allow you the flexibility to have a navigator. With the advent of both written and spoken directions on the GPS program I use, a lot of the difficulty of navigation was eased while driving. Eventually I bought my first iPAQ and when I found a GPS solution I could use, it was a world of difference.

My wife found it significantly easier to use while we were on a trip and when I was alone, I could keep it resting on the console to glance at as I was driving. Hearing and seeing the directions clearly made it easier but it still was not enough. For a long time I adjusted to having my iPAQ rest on the consol but I wanted a better solution. I started to look at mounting solutions but the ones I saw were either too bulky or just really looked terrible. Most were made to be universal holders and that was just not the look I wanted. I wanted a better solution but I just was unable to find what I needed, that is until I saw the Seidio G2500 GPS Ready Mount.

The Seidio G2500 GPS Ready Mount had a variety of features that caught my attention but what I liked the best was that it was made specifically for my device — the 4700. That meant it was going to not look like an “add on” but rather something that would have an aesthetic look as if it was supposed to be there. It has the same color as the iPAQ and its slim design molds into the iPAQ giving the appearance that it was part of the original equipment. Besides good looks, what this mount provides is a professional, safe and secure system for your iPAQ!

So besides the “look”, what was it that I liked? Because it was a model specific holder, my iPAQ was going to fit snugly and securely in the holder eliminating the fear of it becoming dislodged while driving. There is an integrated power system so that when it was plugged into my DC power source, it would charge my iPAQ while driving. In addition, with the power on, there is an amplified speaker with a volume control built into the unit and there is a power out enabling me to charge additional devices while using the GPS mount. Although I use a Bluetooth GPS, it is GPS ready for wired GPS units. What you get is a neatly designed unit that is slim, stylish and lightweight that will provide you with the ability to use your iPAQ and GPS in your travels comfortably and most importantly, safely!

U.S. Wireless Online Acquires Verge Wireless Networks

U.S. Wireless Online, Inc., which owns and operates one of the nation’s largest wireless Internet broadband networks, today announced that it has completed the acquisition of Verge Wireless Networks, Inc. Additional transaction details will be filed on Form 8-K with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Verge Wireless is a provider of broadband connectivity and solutions to municipalities, businesses, academic and medical institutions, convention centers, and the hospitality industry. Verge Wireless currently provides municipal Wi-Fi “hot zones” in parts of Los Angeles, New Orleans, and Baton Rouge. It is also the wireless contractor for one of the largest broadband video security systems in the country, which allows the police department of a major municipality to coordinate video feeds from approximately 200 broadband-enabled wireless cameras.

“U.S. Wireless is continuing to move toward its goal of becoming the leading wireless broadband Internet provider in America,” stated Mark E. Rodgers, President of the Company. “The acquisition of Verge Wireless significantly extends our broadband capabilities in the fast growth sectors of municipal Wi-Fi networks and broadband homeland security applications. In addition, we are pleased to welcome Carlo MacDonald, Verge Wireless’ founder and CEO, to our management team. Carlo brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the Company and will be a great asset as we expand within the broadband solutions market.”

“I am very pleased and excited now that Verge Wireless has become part of U.S. Wireless Online,” commented Mr. MacDonald. “This combination allows us to aggressively pursue new opportunities, expand our current systems and service opportunities, and develop new broadband solutions for homes, businesses and municipalities. The enormous potential for broadband solutions involving homeland security, handheld gaming, and VoIP, is just now being realized, and I look forward to contributing to the success of U.S. Wireless.”

HP Grabs Top Awards Across Its Consumer Electronics Portfolio

HP on December the 15th announced that it has won 21 industry awards over the last three months, including prestigious innovation and design awards from the Consumer Electronics Association and iF International Forum Design.

Demonstrating the company’s broad leadership in the digital entertainment market, every product category in HP’s consumer electronics portfolio – digital cameras, PCs, handhelds, displays, printers and digital entertainment products – received recognition during the period.

Consumer Electronics Show honorees include the HP Photosmart R707 Digital Camera, HP LightScribe Direct Disc Labeling Technology and the HP z545-b Digital Entertainment Center.

The iF International Forum Design recognized three PC products from HP, including the HP Pavilion dv1000 Entertainment Notebook PC.

Additionally, Popular Science magazine gave HP three “Best of What’s New” awards in computing, home entertainment and gadgets and it awarded the company the Grand Prize for the HP R707 Digital Camera in photography.

“HP innovation now touches every aspect of today’s consumer digital lifestyle,” said Siobhan O’Connor, vice president of consumer brand and marketing, HP. “With breakthroughs like our Digital Entertainment Center and at-home digital prints for as little as 29 cents, HP is blazing new trails for consumers. We’re honored to be recognized by this distinguished group of organizations.”

HP received several awards for its service, sales and support:

  • PC Magazine awarded HP its Readers Choice award for the 13th straight year for outstanding printer service and reliability.
  • HP’s online shopping website, www.hpshopping.com, was honored with “Best Computer Retailer Web Site” in the 2004 WebAward competition sponsored by the Web Marketing Association.
  • The Service and Support Professionals Association (SSPA) awarded HP its first ever SSPA WebSTAR award, recognizing HP’s global support website for exceptional customer service and technical support.

HP has also been recognized in other countries, garnering more than 30 industry awards worldwide over the same three-month period. Key honors include the coveted EISA (European Image and Sound Association) and DIWA (Digital Imaging Website Association) awards for digital photography products, as well as Gartner’s “Best Digital Home Product” award for HP’s digital projectors, presented during its Europe Fall 2004 event.

U.S. award details

2005 International CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards – each year the CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards honors the latest in outstanding design and engineering across a broad range of consumer electronics categories:

  • HP z545-b Digital Entertainment Center – Computer Components
  • HP f2304 23″ LCD Monitor – Digital Displays
  • HP Photosmart R707 Digital Camera – Digital Imaging
  • HP Deskjet 6840 Color Inkjet Printer – Digital Imaging
  • HP Photosmart 2355 All-in-One Printer – Digital Imaging
  • HP Photosmart 2710 All-in-One Printer – Digital Imaging
  • HP Officejet 7410 All-in-One Printer – Digital Imaging
  • HP xb2000 Notebook Expansion Base – Computer Accessories
  • HP Dual TV Tuner – Computer Accessories

Popular Science Best of What’s New 2004 – thousands of new products and innovations are reviewed and the top 100 winners across 12 categories are chosen for inclusion in the annual Best of What’s New issue:

  • HP LightScribe Direct Disc Labeling – Computing
  • HP Wobulation – Home Entertainment
  • HP Photosmart R707 Digital Camera – Grand Award Winner 2004
  • HP iPAQ 6315 Pocket PC – Gadgets

iF International Forum Design Award – enhancing appreciation for excellent design, drawing attention to outstanding design achievements and helping users recognize the different nuances in a complex product world, the iF design award honors the latest in design trends:

  • Compaq Presario V2000 Notebook PC
  • HP Pavilion dv1000 Entertainment Notebook PC
  • HP xc2000 Notebook All-in-One Media Cable

Web Marketing Association – judged on seven different criteria, including design, innovation, content, technology, interactivity, navigation and ease of use, the seventh annual WebAward competition recognizes outstanding corporate websites that are judged against Internet standard and peer sites within their industry:

  • www.hpshopping.com – “Best Computer Retailer Web Site”

Service and Support Professionals’ Association:

  • First ever SSPA WebSTAR award recognizing HP’s global support website for exceptional customer service and technical support
  • SSPA High Call Volume STAR award recognizing HP for the excellent quality of its customer support delivered through the call centers
  • First company ever to win two STAR awards in the same year from the SSPA

PC Magazine

  • Printer Service and Reliability award – 13th straight year, November 2004

About HP

HP is a technology solutions provider to consumers, businesses and institutions globally. The company’s offerings span IT infrastructure, global services, business and home computing, and imaging and printing. For the four fiscal quarters ended Oct. 31, 2004, HP revenue totaled $79.9 billion. More information about HP (NYSE, Nasdaq: HPQ) is available at www.hp.com.

© 2004 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

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HP iPAQ h6300 @ Dave’s iPAQ

Wifi/GSM/GPRS/Bluetooth HP delivers a monster of a phone

It is Monday July 26th at 6:00am in the morning and my new iPAQ h6300 alarm goes off as I hit the snooze for another 15 minutes. Before I knew it my alarm went off again and I was delighted to lay comfortably in my bed, as I make a connection via wirelessly on my 802.11 network. I immediately connect into my corporate network via VPN and log into my Microsoft Exchange email. Seeing that my assistant made a change to my Power Point presentation, I download the presentation and opened it in the ClearView Presentation software bundled in my iPAQ h6300 in which I noticed my assistant spelled the customer name wrong and made the change. I hop out of bed and jump into the shower, get dressed and I am off to my work. As I am driving to work I turn on my iPAQ h6300 and log into AOL Instant Messenger which is bundled with the unit and send an instant message to my assistant telling her about the mistake and that I made the change and not to worry. Since I didn’t need to go to my office I drove directly to my customer’s location. I grabbed my portable projector which works with my iPAQ and was ready to make my presentation for the customer. During my presentation with the customer they had requested some literature on some products I spoke about during my presentation and told me they would make a decision once they received the literature. After leaving the customers site I got into my car and started to respond to their request immediately. Since I have all my product literature saved as a PDF I was able to connect via GSM/GPRS on T-Mobile’s network and log into my corporate email. I typed my message using the attachable keyboard supplied with my iPAQ h6300 and attach the PDF and sent it off to the customer. Does this sound more like how you envision working? Well now you can!

The iPAQ h6300 is probably one of the most advanced Pocket PC phones available in the market today. Since I have been using this iPAQ for some time I was able to put it through the paces and really get a feel of the unit. In our review we will go over four different elements of this phone such as design, wireless definitions, software included, and functionality.

Design

The iPAQ h6300 is comparable to an iPAQ h2215 in size. The unit has some new characteristics such as as (1) Receiver (2) GSM/GPRS LED indicator (3) Bluetooth LED Indicator (4) WLAN LED Indicator (5) Power Button with Charging LED. The top of the iPAQ no longer features the traditional SD or CF slot in which the traditional iPAQ owners are used to. While traveling in my car at night I liked the placement of the LED indicator lights showing me which connection I was using such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or GSM/GPRS. HP has done a fabulous job with providing a smart data connection. What this means is that if you are in your house and running a wireless network your iPAQ will not connect to the GSM connection but will utilize your WLAN. Once you leave your house your iPAQ will notice you left a WLAN connection and switch to the T-Mobile GSM connection. Home network users make sure to encrypt your wireless network since any iPAQ h6300 user walking by will auto detect your network and be stealing some bandwidth. A word of advice for all, encrypt your wireless network.

Dave’s Ipaq – Greenlight Wireless Announces New Version of Skweezer @ Dave’s iPAQ

IRVINE, Calif., June 6, 2005-Greenlight Wireless Corporation today announced the release of a new version of its popular SkweezerR portal, which optimizes Web pages, searches, and e-mail for use on PDA’s and cell phones.

Skweezer is both a mobile-optimized browser and a fully functional Web portal, which includes an e-mail client, contacts list, RSS reader, and other useful features. In this latest incarnation, Skweezer’s compression and optimization technology has been extensively redesigned to make Web content download faster than ever. For example, a sample page from the eBay Web site has a 238 Kb file size and in testing took an average of 192 seconds to download over a standard GPRS connection. The new version of Skweezer compresses this Web page to 16 Kb and loads it over the same wireless connection in 12 seconds, 4 seconds faster than the previous version of Skweezer. This same page from eBay loads in only 3 seconds with the images tuned off in the new Skweezer.

Skweezer’s user interface has also been redesigned to be more intuitive and faster to load. The Skweezer “View Modes” used in previous versions of the portal have been replaced with simpler controls that allow the user to show or hide images while browsing with Skweezer. Skweezer also has a new directory feature, which replaces the “Featured Links” section of the Skweezer Home Page and includes over 175 mobile-ready links in six regional settings. Other updates include changes to the reformatting technology that make “skweezed” pages easier to view and support for form posting in double-byte languages.

All Skweezer and Skweezer Pro users will automatically be upgraded to this latest version of the product. More information about using the new features can be found on the Skweezer User Guide, which is accessible from both the Greenlight Wireless Web site and the Skweezer portal.

About Skweezer:

Skweezer is a free Web browser/portal that optimizes Web pages, searches, and e-mail for use on PDA’s and cell phones. Mobile Internet users access Skweezer by visiting www.skweezer.net, then using the portal as a “wireless gateway” to browse and search the Web. Skweezer compresses and reformats content being downloaded to the user’s device, so that it loads faster, looks better, and is easier to navigate. Skweezer Mail, Greenlight Wireless’ popular mobile e-mail solution, is also included with a free personalized account.

About Greenlight Wireless: Greenlight Wireless is a leading innovator of wireless technologies, providing ASP and server-component solutions for enterprise-level businesses and wireless carriers. Greenlight Wireless’ consumer-oriented Skweezer service optimizes Web content for handheld devices, providing a richer mobile experience and adding value to wireless data offerings.

Find out more at Skweezer

Write below why you would like Skweezer Pro and 2 random people will win a copy of Skweezer Pro!

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04-03-2005, 12:21 AM   #1

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What’s a good program to use to assign ringtones to contacts?

Why this feature didn’t come built in the phone is beyond my comprehension but I was wondering are there any programs I can download that have this feature?

 
04-04-2005, 08:09 PM   #2

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I used Pic&Ring.

 
04-04-2005, 11:29 PM   #3

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Use Pic and Ring

Its cheap, easy and most of all IT works!

 
04-06-2005, 08:51 AM   #4

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Ok cool. Where would I find this Pic and Ring program?

 
04-06-2005, 09:53 AM   #5

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Google is your friend

Pic&Ring

 
04-07-2005, 06:37 AM   #6

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Try PhonExt… it uses ringtones by assigning them to categories… the best thing – it’s FREE. Thanks PhonExt!!!

 
04-07-2005, 07:20 AM   #7

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Does it work on PPC 2003 like iPAQ 6365?

 
04-07-2005, 07:32 AM   #8

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Works great on my 6365 – Great program

 
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Where can you get PhonExt

 
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Here you go http://phonext.oabsoftware.nl. __________________ Steve Moderator, Dave’s iPAQ Dave’s iPAQ is not affiliated with HP Don’t forget to check out my weekly Tips & Tricks segment on the Dave’s iPAQ Podcast.

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04-07-2005, 03:35 PM   #11

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Does anyone know if the PhonExt will work on PPC 2003

 
04-07-2005, 07:26 PM   #12

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Can someone confirm that they have PhonExt working on their 6315?

I have never been able to get it to work on mine.

 
04-07-2005, 07:45 PM   #13

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I have it on mine but I do not use it for ringtones.

__________________ Steve Moderator, Dave’s iPAQ Dave’s iPAQ is not affiliated with HP Don’t forget to check out my weekly Tips & Tricks segment on the Dave’s iPAQ Podcast.

Have a tip, trick or application you would like to share you can send them to me at [email protected]

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04-08-2005, 12:59 AM   #14

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Quote:

Originally Posted by harleyxlc

Google is your friend

Pic&Ring

Google may be our friend, but that page isn’t. It hasn’t come up for me at all in the last three days since harleyxlc suggested Pic&Ring.

 
04-08-2005, 03:21 PM   #15

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It came up for me right away. PM your email addy and I will forward the program. it is not free, though.

 
04-11-2005, 08:55 AM   #16

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no it doesnt

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Originally Posted by obiewan

Can someone confirm that they have PhonExt working on their 6315?

I have never been able to get it to work on mine.

I tried it too on my 6315 and it doesnt work , i think it doesnt not work for 2003 windows mobile versions

any other free ones ?

 
05-02-2005, 06:00 AM   #17

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PhonExt on 6365

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Originally Posted by paulgold

Does anyone know if the PhonExt will work on PPC 2003

I am using an Ipaq 6365 with PPC 2003. PhonExt can be installed and set up on my Ipaq. However when the phone ringing, it does use only the wav file as set up, the sound level remains the same; e.g. very very soft! It seems like PhonExt does not comunicate 100% with the PPC version. Any other experience?

 
05-02-2005, 07:33 PM   #18

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Originally Posted by apnguyen88

I am using an Ipaq 6365 with PPC 2003. PhonExt can be installed and set up on my Ipaq. However when the phone ringing, it does use only the wav file as set up, the sound level remains the same; e.g. very very soft! It seems like PhonExt does not comunicate 100% with the PPC version. Any other experience?

That matches my experience with PhonExt. I’ll bet it is written to the ril and not tapi.

 
05-03-2005, 10:26 AM   #19

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I use MTUX.COM’s RintoneX app, seems to work pretty well. Only problem i ran into is using the storage card, it makes a copy of the file in the windows ring folder even tho it reads the file from the storage card.

 
05-03-2005, 03:10 PM   #20

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if you want pic n ring you can get it from my site as well as i’ve had it on there for awhile ever since people were having problems getting it from the pic n ring site.

*edit* oops..forgot to give site…http://www.lvlolvlo.net/Files.htm

 

Dave’s Ipaq – Sonic Mobility Extends NetIQ AppManager Suite @ Dave’s iPAQ

NetIQ’s User Conference, Sonic Mobility (www.sonicmobility.com) today announced the availability of new functionality in sonicadmin that gives users remote access to NetIQ(r) AppManager(r) Suite via Pocket PC or BlackBerry wireless handhelds. Sonic Mobility’s sonicadmin is a standalone software solution that enables users to securely connect to their Windows NT/2000/2003 network to diagnose and fix problems on the fly, all from a handheld wireless device. sonicadmin offers powerful remote systems management features out of the box. In the most recent version, Sonic Mobility has developed additional interfaces to several leading network administration solutions to expand users’ abilities to manage their networks with more flexibility. NetIQ AppManager Suite is the latest solution to be supported.