Popular Palm OS Articles for 2004
Last year, the Garmin iQUE 3600 Palm OS based PDA with integrated GPS created quite a stir. That unit has been highly rated by users, leaving the "Pocket PC[...]
Shawn Barnett brings us this review of palmOne's latest high-end handheld, the Tungsten T5. This model has some innovative features, but it disappoints many long-time Palm OS enthusiasts.
The first Palm OS device specifically designed for gaming, the Zodiac features a large screen, an analog joystick, and everything else necessary to make playing games fun. However, it can[...]
With over 3 million units sold, PalmOne's Zire line must be doing something right. Today PalmOne provides us two new additions to this now venerable line of Palm OS PDAs[...]
There are some fairly significant new features in the next version of the Palm OS. But there are some equally significant things that haven't been changed. And there's one change[...]
Ed Hardy has had an intensive education on the next version of the Palm OS at the PalmSource Conference and he now brings us his first impressions.
palmOne's Tungsten T5 will have some innovative features, including the ability to appear as a removable drive on any computer, but it will lack some of the features long-time Palm[...]
Samsung has announced a new addition to its collection of Palm OS smart phones.
A new Palm OS smart phone from Samsung should be available on the Sprint wireless network sometime before the end of this year.
Skype Technologies plans to release in October a Palm OS version of its application that allows users to make Skype voice calls for free using Wi-Fi wireless networking.
Brighthand's Ed Hardy says that PalmSource's plan to base a future version of the Palm OS on Linux is necessary to save the company, and the Palm platform.
Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief warns the leading maker of Palm OS handhelds that it must fully commit to Wi-Fi wireless networking if it wants to keep up with its competitors.
The FCC has given Samsung permission to release in the U.S. the i505, a Palm OS smart phone. This will include a "flip and twist" screen, an SD slot, and[...]
Samsung will be refreshing its i500 Palm OS SmartPhone device with a release of the Samsung i550 in the U.S. on the Sprint network later this year. This device[...]
For the first time, PalmSource is showing off Palm OS Cobalt 6.1, the latest version of its operating system. A lot of what has been added is for smartphones, but[...]
Although the Symbian OS is the most popular smartphone operating system in Europe, most smartphones sold in the U.S. run the Palm OS.
Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief says palmOne has to develop smartphones running other operating systems than the Palm OS if it hopes to survive.
In September, PalmSource promised that the next generation of the Palm OS would be given to its licensees by the end of 2003. The company said today that it met[...]
At its developer conference, PalmSource has revealed that the next version of the Palm OS will support up to 256 MB of RAM, the PIM apps will be ARM-native, and[...]
The annual conference for Palm OS developers is going on now. Brighthand's Editor-in-Chief is there and will bring us live reports and the latest news.