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U.K. MOBILE-PHONE company Orange will release its videophone to customers in the second quarter of next year, and it will be mainly built with technology from home-grown companies, Orange has announced.
The videophone, a palm-held device that will run on Microsoft's Windows CE operating system, is designed to provide full video and audio communication capabilities. It will also provide complete PDA (personal digital assistant) capabilities, including e-mail, Web browsing, Microsoft's Pocket Office applications, and handwriting recognition, the company said.
The phone will be targeted toward business users at the time of launch, said Adrian Turner, media …