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Thursday, April 20, 2006
TSMobiles Software for Mobiles


TSMobiles v.1.2.1 provides corporate users with real-time access to desktop computer from mobile phone and RIM Blackberry.

ZZZ Software, a developer of wireless connectivity software for mobile phones and RIM Blackberry devices, announced on Thursday their TSMobiles software.

Using this software, you can operate a desktop computer or a laptop remotely using a Java-enabled mobile phone or a Blackberry device. To establish access, TSMobiles uses Windows Terminal Service or Windows Remote Desktop depending on your platform. The company is aiming the software at corporate users.

TSMobiles recreates the desktop of a remote computer on the phone's display and lets you interact with it in real life. This includes an ability to execute mouse and keyboard commands.

With the TSMobiles software in place, you can edit electronic documents that reside on the remote computer, read and send emails in Outlook Express, surf the web using a browser, manage files and folders, perform administrative tasks and much more. And, you have access to all remote devices such as printers, webcams, and serial ports.

TSMobiles 1.2.1 requires Microsoft Windows 98/ME/NT4.0/2000/XP and enabled Windows Terminal Service or Remote Desktop Connection. The software is compatible with all popular GSM and CDMA mobile phones, which support GPRS, EDGE or 3G technologies and can execute Java (j2me) applications.

A special version of TSMobiles is designed for RIM Blackberry devices, including such series as 6700, 7100, 7200, 7500, 7700, 8700 with OS 4.0 and greater. A single registration key costs $35 (USD).

Additional information on TSMobilesis available var browName = navigator.appName; var browDateTime = (new Date()).getTime(); var browVersion = parseInt(navigator.appVersion); var ua=navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase(); var adcode=''; if (browName=='Netscape'){ if (browVersion>=5) { document.write(''); } else if ((browVersion>=4)&&(ua.indexOf("mac")==-1)) { document.write(''); document.write(''); document.write(adcode); } else if (browVersion>=3) { document.write(''); } } else { document.write(''); } //


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