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Surprise, Bell Canada will launch the Palm Pre in Canada. No price or exacte date for the moment but this is features of the Palm Pre of Bell Mobility. Probably Telus mobility will be too offer this device.

- 3G EVDO Rev. A high-speed connectivity
- Integrated GPS
- Large 3.1-inch touch screen with a vibrant 24-bit color 320x480 resolution HVGA display
- Gesture area, which enables simple, intuitive gestures for navigation
- Slide-out QWERTY keyboard
- Email, including Outlook EAS (for access to corporate Microsoft Exchange servers), as well as personal email support (POP3, IMAP)
- Robust messaging support (IM, SMS and MMS capabilities)(3)
- High-performance, desktop-class web browser
- Great multimedia experience and performance (pictures, video playback, music), featuring a 3-megapixel camera with LED flash and extended depth of field, and a standard 3.5mm headset jack
- Bluetooth(R) 2.1 + EDR with A2DP stereo Bluetooth support
- 8GB internal memory (~7GB user available)
- USB mass storage mode
- MicroUSB connector with USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
- Proximity sensor, which automatically disables the touch screen and turns off the display whenever you put the phone up to your ear
- Light sensor, which dims the display if the ambient light is dark, such as at night or in a movie theater, to reduce power usage
- Accelerometer, which automatically orients web pages and photos to your perspective
- Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
- Ringer switch, which easily silences the device with one touch
- Removable, rechargeable battery
- Dimensions: 59.57mm (W) x 100.53mm (L, closed) x 16.95mm (D)
- Weight: ~135 grams



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It is a English university based at Montreal, Concordia, which was installed with the help of Cisco the first WiFi network N (802.11n) in Canada. With this network could be used for VOIP applications or cell phone on campus through the network Mesh. The university will charge the user of this network the modest sum of $ 8.99 for external connections per month which is a very large can compare to offer WiFi G offered in cafes between Duke downtown Montreal. Cisco and Concordia reminder that their technology partnership lasts for a very long time and they are very proud to offer students at Concordia this unique network for the time being.

"Our IT organization serves as a service provider, a storage provider, a software provider, and more," said Andrew McAusland, associate vice president of Instructional and Information Technology Services at Concordia University. "We make a conscientious effort to provide our students with advanced services. This represents a significant part of our vision and commitment to all Concordians. Our work with Cisco, particularly the combination of 802.11n wireless networking, VoIP over WLAN, outdoor mesh and seamless mobile collaboration technologies, brings this vision to life."


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Its damage that Asus does not sell any cellular device in Canada since this one seems very interesting. It is manufactured of metal and to cook and glass very resistant sapphire for protected the external screen. It has an interior screen of 2.2 inches QVGA with a resolution of 240x320 mega pixels. It is also equipped with a camera of 2.0 mega pixels and with a connection Bluetooth 1.2. No price or goes back to exit available for the moment.


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This time it is with Sprint to test the new connection standard for wireless, Wimax (802.16e). Sprint announced that rather an agreement with Intel to provide WiMax equipment. If Sprint is interested in Wimax is probably because the frequency 2.5ghz, covers about 80% of American users.


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It is around U.S. Robotics released its line card and router protocol between 802.11G and 802.11N. Nothing really compared execptionel a Linksys and Netgear, which already offers similar solutions. Normally expensive product is offered are waiting protocols Wifi with larger bore and higher bandwidth. Unless your needs require it ?mmidiatement products, it is better to wait for the Wimax or Wifi 802.11n.


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Today Intel has benefited from the VLSI Symposium Tokyo d?voiller information about the WimMax. The chip that Intel would develop would be engraved in 90 nanometers and incorporating the 802.11n standard. This standard increases the rates offered on other standards (802.11b / g) but also and more important for mobile users, the scope of the signal will be much greater, we are talking about km. But the 802.11n standard should not be ratified before the end of 2006.


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