Apps 2001 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Apps Articles for 2001

Inside Franklin Covey

Franklin Covey may have started out selling paper-based organizers but it's also been selling PDAs since the first Palm appeared.

SAP and Palm Announce Global Technology Alliance

Market Leaders Deliver Wireless Business Solutions Enabled by Palm Handhelds and mySAP Mobile Business at SAPPHIRE Orlando

Palm to groove with Liquid Audio music

Handheld device maker Palm has tapped online music software and services company Liquid Audio to offer some Palm customers a window into secure digital music.

Confirmed: Palm’s next wireless device on the way

Palm's upcoming wireless handheld has moved closer to launch after the company received regulatory approval Monday for the device, which Palm is calling the i705.

Intel increases grip on handheld market

Intel will work with Compaq to help accelerate the development of wireless handheld devices and related applications.

Palm’s wireless i705 launch imminent?

Palm's follow-up to its wireless-enabled VII and VIIx PDAs, the i705, codenamed Skywalker, has apparently turned up in Staples' product database.

Opinion: Will Mobile Streaming Succeed?

Mobile devices may soon be connected to wireless networks, giving them the ability to run large applications without storing them locally.

For Palm users, a PowerPoint show

Software maker DataViz on Monday unveiled an application that brings PowerPoint presentations, along with other Microsoft Office features, to Palm handheld devices.

Picture This: The new HP Jornada 560 series

We have learned from infosync that the talk about new Jornada s appears to be legitimate. As it goes, many rumors have been circulating about new PDA s running on[...]

Japanese companies go mobile with e-commerce

NTT DoCoMo Inc., Sony Corp. and NTT Data Corp. aim to prove that mobile e-commerce applications using non-contact IC (integrated circuit) cards and PDAs (personal digital assistants) are secure and[...]

Microsoft offers taste test of “Talisker”

Microsoft plans to introduce on Tuesday the first test version of "Talisker," its next-generation operating system aimed at a variety of handheld gadgets, Internet appliances and factory automation equipment.

TI offers three-chip OMAP solution for handsets, PDAs

Texas Instruments Inc. has introduced the first standard chipset based on its Open Multimedia Applications Platform (OMAP), providing OEMs with an antenna-to-applications three-chip solution for 2.5G smart phones[...]

Gifts for the palm-top generation

At last you've got a handheld computer. It's small enough to fit in the pocket of your coat, lets you check your appointments, play some games and even synchronizes with[...]

Handspring to launch two PDA-cell phones

Handspring on Tuesday received regulatory approval for two handhelds that combine cell phone, Web browsing and traditional organizer functions, CNET has learned.

Analysts trounce Palm for wireless delay

Although analysts were dismayed Thursday to see Palm cut its sales forecast for the current quarter, some were more alarmed that the company appears to be retreating from its efforts[...]

More confirmation: Palm m125 release upcoming!

Dell appears to have announced Palm's upcoming m125 PDA before Palm itself has had a chance to do so.

Apple’s Secret Device To Steal Microsoft Thunder?

Earlier this week, Apple gave out invitations to the October 23rd unveiling of a new Apple-branded digital device that it would not describe, other than to say that it was[...]

My Phone/PDA Is Better than Yours

With Handspring and Palm preparing to market devices that will converge the technologies of cellular phones and personal digital assistants, it appears the race to be first is on. But[...]

Palm names new executives

Handheld computing leader Palm announced three new executive appointments to its Solutions Group.

Steve, Don’t Give Palm a Hand

The last thing Apple needs right now is a foray into the ruthlessly competitive handheld market. That would be like sticking your face under the lawn mower while it's still[...]