Palm 2001 SmartPhone Articles

Popular Palm 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.

Agenda VR3

Agenda Computing says its Linux-based handheld, the Agenda VR3, is ready to take on Palm. Maybe not.

My Palm Epiphany

Brighthand founder Steve Bush has suddenly realized that Palm may be correct--simple doesn't necessarily preclude functionality

The Blue Nomad Interview

In this interview, Blue Nomad founder Dr. Alexander Hinds discusses WordSmith and BackupBuddy with PalmGoddess Jen Edwards

Newest weapon of war–the handheld

When the USS McFaul lobbed Tomahawk missiles into Afghanistan recently, an unlikely new weapon was on board: the Palm hand-held computer.

SAP and Palm Announce Global Technology Alliance

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

The DDH Software Interview

In this interview from last year, PalmGoddess Jen Edwards talks databases with DDH founder David Haupert

Company starts selling Linux for Palms

Empower Technologies, a start-up in Redmond, Wash., has released a version of the Linux operating system that will run on Palm IIIx, IIIxe and Vx handheld computers.

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.

Palm To Release 32-Bit OS with BeOS Code in 2002

Ever since Be Inc. (Nasdaq: BEOS) announced that it intended to sell its assets to Palm (Nasdaq: PALM), industry analysts have speculated how the struggling company might leverage its newly[...]

The Palm Interview

In this interview from last year, Palm's Michael Mace discusses everything from the success of the m100 to the impending release of a thin new Palm color device...and MUCH more Year End Electronic Clearance

If you're looking for a good deal on a PDA, has rebate offers on Pocket PCs from HP and Compaq, bonus buys on Palm and Handspring handhelds, and more[...]

A Palm from the Plains

That's the question for Palm's smallest licensee, a 40-person Iowa company called HandEra. The company, which until recently was known as TRG Products, plans to announce Monday a Palm OS-based[...]

Nokia tops Palm in European handheld market-study

Nokia, buoyed by its 9210 Communicator smart phone, has overtaken Palm and Compaq to become Western Europe's leading mobile data device vendor, a study released on Friday said. [...]

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.

Palm gets in the gift giving mood with Holiday rebates!

Buy a m125, m500, or m505 and get the following for free, via rebate from Palm:

Palm V skips into BlackBerry patch

A new wireless modem will take Palm V handhelds on a trip to the BlackBerry patch by offering always-on, instant access to e-mail.

Digital Music Now Playing on Palm m100 and m105 Handhelds

New Package Offers Shinei MP3 Player, Palm Co-branded Liquid Player Plus Software and Song-download Website -- Everything Needed for Music On the Go [...]

Palm chops price of m125 handheld

Handheld maker Palm plans on Thursday to chop $50 off the price of its recently introduced m125 handheld--the latest in a series of price cuts.

Details: Sony 710 OS update

As of November, Sony Electronics will make available an option to upgrade CLI PEG-N710C handhelds from Palm operating system (OS) 3.5.2 to the latest version (Palm OS 4.1).