Wednesday, February 4, 2004

Good Technology Partners With Pocket PCs

Great googlie-mooglie!!  I know some folks that need to test this out….. 

"Good Technology Inc., a developer of mobile corporate data and messaging systems, on Tuesday said its software will now work on handheld devices powered by Microsoft Corp.'s Pocket PC platform, potentially allowing millions more people to use the technology...Closely-held Good on Tuesday unveiled GoodLink 3.0, an updated version of its system, which now will work with devices driven by Microsoft's Pocket PC software, such as those made by Hewlett-Packard and Dell Inc." I'm assuming this means that Good's always-on email technology has been ported to Pocket PCs, and I'm curious how it works. Nevertheless, beRIM and Good competing over platforms, I think we're edging closer to the day that Pocket PCs can become true replacement for Blackberry-style devices. 8)
[Pocket PC Thoughts]

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