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- Carlos Bazzarella
April 2, 2004, 12:55 am
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is thrilled to announce the release of its award-winning product
for PalmOS devices from palmOne.
Formulae 1 (F1) is a powerful and easy to use Computer Algebra System
specially for students and professionals that require mathematical
the go. F1 gives the user the ability to see intermediate steps of
as well as final answers. The step feature has tremendous pedagogical
users will come to appreciate over and over again.
F1 transforms your PalmOS device into a sophisticated math system that
a unique user interface that was custom designed to optimize the use of
screen area of the device. Most of the screen area is available to view
manipulate math expressions, unlike other calculators where most of the
is populated by buttons. For a complete feature list go to:
This release was based on a complete re-design of Formulae 1 targeted at
devices and it was made possible by IBM's WebSphere(TM) Micro
which provides a very efficient, solid and fast Java implementation for
Current palmOne devices supported include : Handspring Treo 600, Palm
Palm Tungsten E,Palm Tungsten T2,Palm Tungsten T3 and Palm Zire 71.
on handheld devices is now available for PalmOS, PocketPC, SymbianOS and
Poliplus Software is excited about this release as it expands the
which F1 runs on. Carlos Bazzarella, CEO of Poliplus Software commented
"With this new version of Formulae 1 based on MIDP, we will be able to
CAS on the hands of anybody with a smartphone. We are proud to initially
offer this software on palmOne devices since they provide an amazing
platform for Java developers". Poliplus Software is dedicated to
powerful educational handheld applications.
About Poliplus Software
Poliplus Software is an innovative developer of non-trivial, feature
rich applications for handheld devices. Poliplus' comprehensive suite
of applications in the fields of Mathematics, Science and Engineering
add tremendous value to handheld devices. All of our products are
developed in 100% pure Java using various standard profiles including
MIDP, PersonalJava, JavaSE and JavaEE. For more information please
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