The webRacer is a groundbreaking cell phone accessory that delivers the real web to the palm of your hand. Using Bluetooth? technology, it connects wirelessly to your mobile phone and access is provided through virtually any cellular network provider. No more, tiny displays, frustratingly small keyboards, clipped or squashed web pages and download times between 7 to 9 seconds per page.
Much to the surprise of industry experts, Symbian has agreed to license synchronization software from long-time rival Microsoft. The licensed software, ActiveSync, enables Symbian-powered handhelds to wirelessly receive emails via network computers that run Microsoft’s Exchange Server software. Handheld maker Nokia, which is by far the largest seller of Symbian-powered devices, has already signed the same licensing deal with Microsoft.