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VIDEO MAGAZIN: Pocket PC magazine releases CTIA-Part 2 video today
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 11.04.02 - 21:45:00 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 5574x
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The CTIA-Part 2 video of the CTIA-Wireless 2002 in Orlando features clips of Real Networks, Instant-Power, Alcatel, and Space Data Corporation, filmed by Pocket PC magazine at the show.

  • Real Networks (www.real.com) Gregg Jordan
    Real Networks demonstrates their brand-new new RealOne Mobile player for the Pocket PC. RealOne for the Pocket PC was just launched at CTIA.
  • Instant-Power (www.instant-power.com) Lou Matus
    Recharge a Pocket PC, cell phone, or other equipment using these small zinc-air batteries. Lou shows off many of the new products for keeping a "charge" in our mobile necessities.
  • Alcatel (www.alcatel.com) Phil Rosenfield
    See a Pocket PC buy a "Dr. Pepper" from a Finnish vending machine over an WiFi connection, using a program created by Alcatel.
  • Space Data Corporation (www.spacedata.net) Jerry Knoblach
    Watch a WiFi access point (802.11b) weather balloon that may soon relay the Internet wirelessly, from 20 miles up, down to our Pocket PCs.

These video segments may be viewed using the Window's Media player in both 103K and 355K speeds.

Pocket PC magazine officially launched a Video Edition of the magazine on March 29, 2002. The video edition includes several clips taken at Pocket PC trade shows such as Pocket PC NY, Comdex Chicago, and CTIA-Orlando.

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