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okay...seem to be experiencing some problem here....in my pc, the web application is running perfectly....but when i run it from my handheld, its showing error... this is my code <?php session_start(); //starting session $host="localhost"; // Host name $username=""; // Mysql username $password=""; // Mysql password $db_name="test"; // Database name $tbl_name="test3"; // Table name $customerno=$_POST['customerno']; $_SESSION['customer_no']=$customerno; <--------error is here $dbh1=mysql_connect("$host", "$username", "$password")or die("cannot connect"); mysql_select_db("$db_name")or die(mysql_error()); $result = mysql_query("SELECT DISTINCT invoice_no FROM $tbl_name where customer_no='$customerno' and status='Unscanned'"); ?> <title>Shipping Verification System</title> <link rel="stylesheet" href="web.css" type="text/css" media="handheld" /> <FORM method="post" name="form"> <h1>Enter your Invoice Number</h1> <!--Creating a form with actions--> <table> <tr> …

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this is an idea i have seen over the web but on the web the took cellphone and used the circuitry with the glove my idea is to have hand gestures control the glove, and something like...maybe deaf texting (sign language input) i drew up some plans visit these links: low-res from picasa [url]http://lh5.ggpht.com/_h4fpZ3Gsf10/TKJ9JSX1FFI/AAAAAAAAAPY/dMdnye4SBf8/s576/9-28-2010%207;35;20%20PM.JPG[/url] my picassa account [URL="http://picasaweb.google.com/mr.e.cameron/Concepts#5522113691613729874"]http://picasaweb.google.com/mr.e.cameron/Concepts#5522113691613729874[/URL] glove phone thought stream hand gesture modes bluetooth comm gsm flexible led/e-ink touch sensitive buttons high end glove material builtin watch vibration accelerometer gyro compass sign language

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cant decide which is best, caanoo has the best specs, dsi has the most fun games, and the psp go looks the slickest...can you see my dilema.

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i've been thinking, what is the easiest way to make a game...flash(albeit mostly 2d). what platform has the most games... any thing w/ flash suupport. what format has the most devs...flash. look at kongregate, miniclip, armor games, they recieve a new game everyday. there are alot of markets out there...open pandora and gp2x has got emu crowd, ds has got casual gamers and psp the rooad going hardcore crowd. but the teh ds has the casual crowd...so how could some other company event try nintendo? well the casual market makes up(in my opinion)90% of the global gaming audience. so what …

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On Blackberry, the bar at the bottom (MFF etc) doesn't show up. It's not available at a side nav either as far as I can see. Also the profile bit of each post appears below the post body as opposed to showing at the side. The last thing insn't a massive problem, but the menubar not showing is making nav awkward.

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BlackBerry smartphones get love from Google and iPhone gets love from, well, everybody. Most companies that develop mobile apps worry about these two user bases before any other, leaving other mobile phone users out in the cold. According to an announcement out of the [URL="http://reviews.cnet.com/gsma-world-congress/"]GSMA Mobile World Congress[/URL] in Barcelona, Spain, apparently Yahoo! has stepped up to fill in the gaps. "Beginning at the end of March, the company plans to roll out a new test version of its mobile Web start page, along with new smartphone applications that consolidate several of Yahoo's mobile services into one application," writes [URL="http://news.cnet.com/8301-17939_109-10165833-2.html"]Webware's …

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Last Tuesday, Palm announced that they're developing a new operating system. Not surprising, especially since the current one that they've got needs a revamp. The huge news here is that this new operating system is going to use the Linux kernel as the base of the operating system, freeing them from other licenses that they had to keep when using the Garnet OS. It'll be released on Treos by the end of this year, says Palm. The outside user interface of this new operating system will remain nearly identical to Garnet, although everything underneath this will be completely changed by …

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I have a love-hate relationship with Palm. First, the love: for starters, Palm-based PDAs do everything I want a PDA to do. Just give me the basics, such as a nice contact list, memo/notepad, a to-do list, etc. Palm has always done that, and that's all it really needed to do. If I wanted add-ons, I could buy them, and I've bought some nifty ones, such as a nice timer application, and a city map application with downloadable area maps. Over my years as a Palm user, there has been plenty to hate, though, as well. To start with, lack …

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