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Gadgets focus on mobility

New gizmos and technologies let you surf the Web via cell phone, download calendar info to your iPod, burn DVDs on your notebook, and beam files between handhelds without a PC middleman.

New gizmos and technologies let you surf the Web via cell phone, download calendar info to your iPod, burn DVDs on your notebook and beam files between handhelds without a PC middleman.

T-Mobile to launch Sidekick device
The wireless carrier plans to announce Tuesday that the highly anticipated device that combines a Web browser with a cell phone is available nationwide, sources say.
September 30, 2002

USB On-the-Go gets going
The new technology could make handheld devices more useful by allowing them to share files directly, without the need for a PC.
September 30, 2002

Apple releases iSync beta
update The Mac maker's latest "i" application can be used to synchronize contact and calendar data with Palm handhelds, the iPod music player, and a number of Bluetooth-enabled cell phones.
September 30, 2002

Toshiba drive burns DVDs on the run
The company says it is the first to hit the market with a DVD-rewritable drive for notebooks. The drive supports DVD-R and DVD-RW formats, as well as CD-RW.
September 30, 2002

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ViewSonic joins Pocket PC ranks
The electronics maker will become the 29th licensee of Microsoft's operating system for handhelds, with a $299 device expected Nov. 1.
September 29, 2002