Popular Palm Articles for 2008
Apple's iPhone OS and Google's Android OS have a great deal in common; both are Linux-based operating systems for smartphones. But Ed Hardy's latest editorial discusses the dramatic differences[...]
Palm's latest smartphone runs Windows Mobile 6.1 Pro and offers 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS, and more. Antoine Wright brings us this review.
The Treo 800w is Palm's latest smartphone for business users, and its first with Wi-Fi and GPS. Adama Brown brings us a review of this Windows Mobile 6.1 device.
AT&T is now offering the Palm Centro, and Antoine Wright brings us a review of this low-cost, consumer-oriented, Palm OS smartphone.
One of Palm's vice presidents has promised that his company is on course to have the first model running a new Linux-based version of the Palm OS on the market[...]
A slip-up by Palm, Inc. may have given the world an advance look at this company's next smartphone, the Treo Pro.
Brighthand's Editor-In-Chief uses his latest editorial to try to be sure those who are in the market for a new smartphone are aware of a little-used option: unlocked devices.
Various websites have pictures and information on the Treo 850, an upcoming smartphone from Palm.
A new, significantly enhanced, version of Microsoft's web browser for smartphones should be available for some models before the end of this year.
A new photo of an upcoming smartphone from Palm Inc. -- code-named Drucker but likely to be marketed as the Treo 800w -- has now been seen for the first[...]
So far, Palm has shown little interest in bringing support for SDHC cards to its traditional handhelds, but a developer may handle the job, if there's enough interest. *UPDATED*
AT&T has just launched the Palm Centro, and Antoine Wright brings us his first thoughts of this consumer-oriented, Palm OS smartphone.
In a conference call with industry analysts yesterday, Palm's CEO promised that devices running its next operating system would be on the market by the middle of next year.
In a recent interview, Palm's Chief Financial Officer gave some new details on the Linux-based operating system his company is developing.
In his latest editorial, Brighthand's Editor-In-Chief gives his predictions on how the smartphone market will fare during the current economic downturn in the United States.
Antoine Wright continues his series of editorials talking about his experiences moving from a Palm OS smartphone to one running Symbian/S60. Today's recounts his difficulties wirelessly synchronizing Personal Information Management[...]
Although Palm has shown little interest in bringing support for SDHC cards to its traditional handhelds, a third-party developer has promised to take on the job.
Each month, Brighthand publishes a list of the handhelds and smartphones that readers have shown the most interest in during the preceding four weeks.
AT&T has added the Palm Treo Pro to its Specialty Vertical Device list, which means that it has certified that this smartphone is fully compatible with its 3G wireless network.
An enterprising developer has created an application that replicates Google Maps' My Location feature on Palm OS Treos.