Popular Software Articles for 2001
Franklin Covey may have started out selling paper-based organizers but it's also been selling PDAs since the first Palm appeared.
The Accompli, a phone and organizer the size of a text pager, is certainly no fait accompli
In this follow-up interview, we revisit LandWare founders Ken Landau and Clinton Logan and catch up on the exciting developments in the industry, including the future of wireless
Hewlett-Packard has cancelled three Linux handheld projects with the axing of an Australian research and development lab, according to a source close to the company.
If you enjoy reading books and are also in the market for a PDA, Franklin Electronic Publishers believe its new eBookMan is the ideal solution for you.
It's not a Pocket PC, but this Windows CE handheld is gaining quite a following
Pocket PC is supposed to be a variation of Windows, built on the Windows CE operating system. It's intended to leverage this relationship in order to reduce the learning curve[...]
In this interview with high-profile game developers John Romero, Tom Hall and Stevie "Killcreek" Case, we discuss their new company, Monkeystone Games, and its goal to develop exciting new games[...]
A contact deep inside the annals of Sony revealed to me today their plans to launch the 615C in February of 2002.
Agenda Computing says its Linux-based handheld, the Agenda VR3, is ready to take on Palm. Maybe not.
The PC Card-sized REX 6000 MicroPDA is handy, but will anyone buy it?
Just another reason to be Thankful this holiday season: 5% off PDAs atDell.com! Want more? Fine. Today (12/13) is the last day for free shipping and you can take another[...]
PC Expo wasn't exactly a snooze. While not as exciting as previous years, the show did have its share of cool products.
The first accessory every PDA buyer should consider purchasing is a nice hard case for their device. I can t imagine spending upwards of $500 on something and not protecting[...]
When Jeff Hawkins began his quest to develop the first commercially successful PDA--one that millions of people would use to help manage their increasingly hectic lives--he was convinced that ergonomics[...]
Windows CE enthusiast Chris DeHerrera has been helping folks with their PDA problems for more than five years. In this first hand account, Chris explains how, and why, he does[...]
Brighthand founder Steve Bush has suddenly realized that Palm may be correct--simple doesn't necessarily preclude functionality
Houston-based CYNET looked to become a significant player in the budding iPAQ accessories market with its dual-slot CYPAQ expansion sleeve. However, as Brighthand learned, the CYPAQ was more "smoke and[...]
On site coverage of the 2001 Consumer Electronics Show from Las Vegas, Nevada
Often, I write about how you can connect a cell phone to a personal digital assistant (PDA) so you can use the phone as a wireless modem with your handheld.[...]