They make point to point fixed wireless broadband infrastructure.
Augmented reality application for the iPhone 3GS sponsored by Plantronics to find the closest available free WiFi hotspots to do some work on the Internet. I'd like something like this also including automatic user reports based on Net Meter type applications, also with information on achieved download and upload bandwidth at each hotspot.
This is how the Carnival is done in Sitges near Barcelona.
Product manager in OMAP4 based Linux soloutions, Eric Thomas, talks to us about OMAP4 and shows us the cool looking OMAP4 based development board doing all kinds of awesome things.
This is a cool looking Android Tablet that has built-in 3G with a SIM card slot, webcam and runs a customized Android user interface powered by the Freescale i.MX515 processor. It is manufactured by a Chinese OEM in Shanghai called Prowave. I'm not sure what the screen size might be, post a comment if you find more information about this product. It's probably going to be much cheaper than the iPad, but this would have to be confirmed by the manufacturer or a distributor of this device. There is the Mastone brand on the device and behind it there seems to be this URL which may perhaps be the website of the Chinese distributor: http://mastone.cn/
Opera seems to have a pretty snappy web browser for Android, for the iPhone, for Windows Mobile and for Symbian phones. They are right now negociating licensing deals with carriers, with manufacturers about providing the Opera browser version 10 on all these devices as soon as possible.
ST Ericsson is showing their new U8500 ARM Cortex A9 processor and claims to have achieved the industry's best performance and power consumption.
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