Motorola, Good Technology deliver push e-mail for Moto Q

Monday 22 May 2006 | 16:36 CET | News
Motorola and US-based provider of handheld computing software and service, Good Technology, have announced that GoodLink wireless messaging is available on the Moto Q. Powered by Verizon Wireless's high-speed EVDO network, the Moto Q and GoodLink enable mobile professionals to take care of business while on the go by staying connected to - and easily multitasking between - their e-mail with attachments, folders, calendar, contacts, global address look-up, notes, tasks and other critical business applications. GoodLink on the Moto Q is available for Microsoft Exchange users, and will be

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Microsoft / Verizon
Countries: World
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