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PCWorld has published a report that will likely cause PPC fans some heartache. This latest salvo in the Palm vs. PPC fight is a must read.
Survey: Palm OS Users Have Fewer Problems 12/22/2003
According to a PC World survey, users of Palm OS handhelds are a bit more satisfied with their devices than Pocket PC owners.
Passwords, pin numbers, Web site logins, user names. As businesses switch to Web-based customer service and people conduct more banking and
Decuma has just announced its new OnSpot Handwriting Recognition Software for Pocket PC and Palm OS 5 devices.
PrintBoy now offers support for the latest version of Dataviz's Documents To Go, as well as other improvements.
SanDisk has given the reasons why the release of a Palm OS driver for its Wi-Fi SD card has been repeatedly delayed and tells when people ca
"SanDisk has been shipping its SD Wi-Fi card for several months now and many people have wondered about whether we would have drivers for th
Agendus 7.0 Now Available for Palm OS 12/10/2003
iambic Software has released a new version of its scheduling and contact management tool for the Palm OS.
The "official version" of this classic virtually known to game fans of all ages and walks of life is now available for your PDA!
Palm OS Selling Very Well in U.S. Stores 12/8/2003
Though the Palm OS doesn't dominate worldwide sales of handhelds the way it used to, it still has the lion's share of the U.S. retail market
Foundertech Licenses the Palm OS 12/8/2003
Foundertech is going to release products running the Palm OS in China. Its first model is expected to debut next May.
TealAlias is a simple program that helps you set up little launcher programs to point to the programs or files on your expansion card that y
New Entry Level Palm OS PDA Coming to China 11/25/2003
From what I can tell, this new model from Legend, the P300, was a concept device that will soon be sold in China to compete with the likes o
Dell Not Going to License the Palm OS 11/19/2003
The founder of Dell said yesterday that that his company currently has no plans to become a Palm OS licensee. A company executive had raised
Proporta is now shipping a roll-up keyboard compatible with most Palm-branded handhelds, as well as most iPAQ Pocket PC devices.
PerComm Becomes the Latest Palm OS Licensee 11/17/2003
PalmSource has announced that PerComm has licensed the Palm OS platform. PerComm plans to integrate Palm OS 5 to create new mobile devices t
This handheld reference features information on over 19.000 movies. It includes ratings and and capsule reviews. It also offers tools to hel
Mobile TS allows wireless Palm OS devices to remotly control a computer that is running a recent version of Windows.
LexSpell is a new a spell checking application for Palm OS devices that works with many Palm OS applications and most mail clients.
The expected release date for a Palm OS 5 driver for SanDisk's Wi-Fi SD card has been pushed back again.
Mergic VPN 1.1 is the first Virtual Private Network (VPN) application to support all Palm OS 5 devices. Palm OS 3.1 to 4.1 devices are also
AppForge has released two applications for developers. Crossfire is a mobile and wireless application development environment for Visual Stu
Sony Commits to Palm OS 6 10/30/2003
Despite some speculation that Sony might drop its Clie line, a Sony executive has said his company is committed to releasing handhelds runni
A new edition of the Visual QuickStart Guide for Palm Organizers has just been released by Peachpit Press.
Corsoft's Plug2Net is an accessory/software combination that allows users of any Palm OS device to have Internet access, even if the device
Several companies have recently put cases on the market for new Palm OS handhelds, including the Tungsten T3 and Clie UX series.
Though PalmSource's CEO mentioned earlier this week that his company is in talks with Sony Ericsson, the European mobile phone maker says it
Kinoma Player 2 and Kinoma Producer 2 are both now available and include significant improvements.
Whizoo has released BtToggle Pro, an upgrade to the original BtToggle utility for Palm OS devices with built-in Bluetooth, such as the Palm
Samsung Showing Off i505 Palm OS Smart Phone 10/14/2003
At a conference in Switzerland, Samsung is demonstrating the SGH-i505, an upcoming smart phone that runs Palm OS 5.2.
TealPoint Software has come through again with TealPrint 2.0, an OS5-compatible, graphics- and text-capable printing solution for Palm OS ha
All the handhelds in Palm's Tungsten line can now run Java applications thanks to IBM's Java 2 Micro Edition.
This dice-rolling game features high resolution graphics and the ability against other people or the computer.
This dice-rolling game features high resolution graphics and the ability against other people or the computer.
Wave Edit Pro is a WAV sound editor and player for Palm OS 5 devices such as the Tungsten T, C, and Zire 71.
Review - Garmin iQue 3600 (Palm OS) 9/27/2003
So what do you get when you cross a mid-to-high end Palm OS PDA with a Global Positioning System (GPS)? One answer is a surprising new offer
PalmSource plans OS 5 Phone Edition Fossil PDA watch delayed indefinitely New GPRS CF card from Asus Wireless multiplayer RifleSlugs
Even after the release of its replacement, PalmSource will continue development of Palm OS 5. A version especially suited to smart phones i
Palm OS 6 Ready This Year 9/23/2003
PalmSource reveals details about the next version of its popular handheld operating system and says it will have the final version in the ha
Features and screenshots of Palm OS 5.3 Tungsten T2 and Zire 71 password fix Rumored release schedule for Axim X3 Basic & Advanced
Hitachi producing test units of 4 GB Microdrive PalmSource posts Dev information on 5.3 Warfare Incorporated, by Handmark
The next version of the Palm OS will include support for an API for dynamic input areas, QVGA, and Simplified Chinese.
Palm OS, Palm Inc tops in PDA market Few details on SPV2 Sharp produces brighter, low-power LCDs
M-Systems’ DiskOnChip will bring a high-capacity, non-volatile, flash memory storage system to future Palm Powered handhelds and smart
More information is now available on Tapwave’s upcoming line of gaming handhelds, including the prices and release date.
The SPH-i500, a smartphone that runs Palm OS 4.1, is now available on Sprint’s nationwide CDMA 1XRTT wireless network.
Astraware releases GTS Racing Challenge for PocketPC NZ and TG cases from Vaja and Proporta Textmaker coming to Palm OS Fossil watch dela
Group Sense Announces Palm OS Smartphone 7/16/2003
The Xplore G18 is a new smartphone for the Chinese market. It runs Palm OS 4.1 and has an integrated digital camera.
In May PalmSource announced two new licensees of their operating system. One of those two was Tapwave, who is promising to bring a gaming ma
Well, I’ll go ahead and be honest with you. I’ve lost the skills that I worked hard to attain as a child. I had the opportunity to try out a
Though a beta has been available for months, AvantGo has just recently announced a final version of its client application that supports Pal
There will soon be an email app bundled with the Palm OS that will be able to access Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Domino as well as POP3 and
Last night Fossil had a rollout party for their new Palm OS watch. I was invited to a little shin dig Fossil had organized in their New Yor
The Palm SG is reportedly going to introduce new Tungsten and Zire models running the next generation of the Palm OS in time for the holiday
RumorMill™: Palm OS 6 Coming in October 6/19/2003
Updated Reportedly, the next generation of the Palm OS will be provided to licensees in about four months. Palm OS 6 will offer a long lis
UPDATE - Fossil's first PDA/watch came out last year to mixed reviews. While it could sync with either Palm or Pocket PC PDAs, it was huge a
Updated Small enough to be worn on your wrist, Fossil's new Palm OS 4.1 device will offer the capabilities of much larger handhelds.
Palm OS 6 Goes Native 5/21/2003
The next release of the Palm operating system, Palm OS 6, promises to give developers the ability to code "close to the hardware" with its s
CNet is reporting that Palm OS 6 will not come out this year as many have expected - Albert Chu, PalmSource's vice president of business dev
Microsoft has almost covertly released ActiveSync 3.7 CNet is reporting the Color Sidekick release is within the month Aceeca Limited has
Palm OS Developers Get Better Tools 5/6/2003
PalmSource has made a series of announcements at its developer seminar aimed at making the process of writing Palm OS software easier and mo
Last week we brought you news that PalmSource had come to terms with two new licensees that would be niche players. Tapwave is the first of
The Palm SG and PalmSource have found a way for future Palm OS 5 devices to have far more RAM than before.
HandEra Giving Up its Palm OS License 4/17/2003
One of the original Palm OS licensees has announced that it will release no more models and is selling off its remaining inventory.
WebLink Wireless is going to release later this year a handheld with an “always-on” wireless connection that will compete with t
Details of a second super-small smartphone coming from Group Sense PDA Limited are now available.
A Chinese company is putting together a super-small smartphone with a built-in camera that should be available in Europe later this year.
In an interesting cross-branding move, Michelin will give away Zire's with four new tires Do you have a great story about a Palm OS PDA? If
Updated HuneTec is going to release in a few months a monochrome handheld that uses Palm OS 5 and runs on WebLink Wireless' network.
WebLink wireless offers two-way paging devices like the Motorola Timeports and service to both business and consumer users. This year they w
Updated Group Sense PDA Limited is showing off at CeBIT the smartphone it is developing.
Though it was originally supposed to be released last year, Real Networks has only just now launched the RealOne Player for the Tungsten T.
Five days ago, we gave you the secret link to download the RealOne Mobile Player for the Tungsten T. Real has now made the software readily
CeBit 2003 - Samsung has made the SGH-i500 official. Don't get confused though, this is not the same thing as the SPH-i500 that has been the
Updated The SGH-i500 includes Palm OS 5.2, 32 MB of RAM, a 300 MHz processor, and a built-in camera.
Quickoffice Premier 7 will finally allow people to use Microsoft Office documents in their native formats on Palm OS handhelds. Plus, Snap
Xerox wins graffiti patent dispute - sort of BenQ has released their iPAQ game pad Tired of your Palm OS web browser? Try this.
Astraware is behind another great game, this time it's the best looking racing game the Palm OS has seen. Astrware is wearing the publisher
In the future, Palm OS users won't have to go through the hassle of converting Word and Excel files before they can use them on their handhe
Palm OS Tops in Handheld Sales in 2002 1/27/2003
While handheld sales declined, Palm OS maintains its lead in the U.S., Europe, and the Enterprise. Among companies, Palm, Inc. is still on t
PalmSource has made Palm OS 5.2 available to licensees which oddly enough, will include support for Graffiti 2. However, there is no word if
Ricochet is a break-the-bricks style game in the tradition of Arkanoid, Breakout, and a million other clones over the years. However, Ricoch
Book Worm is not an easy game to describe. It's a little bit Scrabble, a little bit Tetris, and a lot something else. This one will be a cha
Stomped mode plays as a kind of strategy/puzzler. Every egg you throw increases 'Mama Bronto's mood meter', progressively making your board
Samsung Does Palm OS and Pocket PC 1/10/2003
Brighthand's Ed Hardy brings us pictures and commentary on Samsungs' recently announced handhelds from the CES showroom floor
Samsung America has officially announced the i500, which uses a clamshell design. Despite this announcement, this device is not yet availab
Ricochet is Astraware's updated version of the arcade room classic, Breakout or Arkanoid. Essentially you bounce the sphere around to knock
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