CeBIT America 2003
Live report from CeBIT America 2003, which took place in June in New York City. Info and photos of the new Treo 600, as well as phones from Siemens, Sprint PCS, and NTT DoCoMo.
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CeBIT America 2003 was held June 18th-20th at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City. CeBIT is known for large exhibitions in Europe and Asia, but is just coming to North America for the first time this year. It was a decidedly small show, focused mostly on the enterprise (corporate) market. There were a handful of things to see related to mobile phones.
The only major new product announcement was the Handspring Treo 600, a very impressive new Palm OS smartphone. Also of interest was the first working Siemens SX1 to be shown in the U.S., and working demos of the latest phones for Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo.
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