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BETA: Applian Technologies' Phone King for the Pocket PC now with Bluetooth support
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 20.01.03 - 19:01:00 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 10098x
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Applian Technologies announces Phone King for the Pocket PC, the most powerful way to control Bluetooth phones from a Pocket PC.
Using a phone like the Sony Ericsson T68 and a wireless headset, you can turn your PDA into a powerful telephone controller.

Some of the features include:

  • Full support for Bluetooth headsets
  • Dial the phone
  • Dial by selecting names from your contacts list
  • Send SMS
  • Get Caller ID
  • Get live signal strength and battery indications
  • Fully customizable speed dialer
  • One tap access to voice mail
  • And more.

Plus, Phone King allows you to make your own Phone Layouts, or customize the ones that come with the software. You can move and resize buttons, or change functionality and appearance of any button.

Phone King is available now as a free Beta from Applian Technologies at

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by peter on 21.01.03 - 00:00:00

how come no one asks for USB for PDAs ??? Imagine I can plug in a USB bluetooth adapter that costs peanuts (Relatively speaking vs Bluetooth SD card) into a PDA (if it had a USB port).

it will open up a whole new set of devices that we can connect to. right now we can only use the USB to sync with the desktop and not more than that.

Posted by peter on 21.01.03 - 00:00:00

just to add a little more to what i just posted above - the adapter costs (HKD290 ~ USD38) and is the size of a usb thumbdrive...

Posted by Arne Hess on 21.01.03 - 00:00:00

peter wrote:

right now we can only use the USB to sync with the desktop and not more than that.

No, that's not true! You can do a lot more with USB on Pocket PCs if - and that's important - the Pocket PC supports USB Host which is supported by the Casio E-200 und some Toshiba Pocket PCs only.
But if your PPC supports USB Host you can add a FDDs, Mass Storage Devices, Keyboards, and Mice (see here and herefor more information).
So what you suggest here with USB required USB Host - it's a good idea for sure but to be honest - I'm afraid of the size. I prefer a smaller/nicer fit anyhow.

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