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Microsoft gives Windows CE a face-lift

Microsoft, Nokia, Palm and other companies will use the CeBit computer industry trade show in Germany to flaunt new bells and whistles for wireless gadgets.

 

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Microsoft, Nokia, Palm and other companies will use the CeBit computer industry trade show in Germany to flaunt new bells and whistles for wireless gadgets. Meanwhile, IBM taps Fidelity Investments as an outlet for its business service devices.

"Physical devices give stickiness in services."

- Peter Hortensius, director of technology development, IBM's Personal Systems Group

 


Microsoft to unveil new look for Windows CE
The software giant is set to reveal upgrade plans for Windows CE to make inroads in the highly competitive personal device market.

Tech conference highlights wireless mania
Europe's annual technology parade is ready to hit the streets of Germany, bringing with it further evidence that nothing is hotter than wireless gadgets.

IBM embraces business-to-business devices
Big Blue will deliver Internet access devices to Fidelity Investments' customers as part of its plan to expand its stagnating PC group.

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Palm lights up its first color-screen handheld
The company introduces its Palm IIIc device with color display, although questions remain about how the handheld computing market will react to it.