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Below are the 73 SmartPhone articles for June of 2001
1. BT Cellnet Serves Up RIM's Blackberry 6/1/2001
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Research In Motion Ltd. (NasdaqNM:RIMM - news) (RIM.TO) said on Friday that BT Cellnet is now offering its handheld Black
2. Sharp chooses Lineo for Linux handheld 6/1/2001
Japanese electronics maker Sharp will use Lineo's version of Linux in an upcoming handheld computer, a significant victory for the Lindon, U
3. Acer announces four-year deal with Palm 6/1/2001
TAIPEI, Taiwan--Computer company Acer's move into wireless products accelerated on Friday when it agreed to use Palm's operating system in i
4. BlackBerry ripe for Europe 6/4/2001
BT Cellnet is now offering the BlackBerry two-way e-mail pager in Britain, a development that one analyst said Friday could spark a rush of
5. Handspring phone add-on to ring in Japan 6/4/2001
Handspring will release in Japan this fall a wireless phone module for its Visor handheld computer, the company said Friday.
6. More layoffs on tap at Palm 6/4/2001
Struggling handheld giant Palm announced Friday that it will lay off more workers this summer.
7. Sharp picks Intel for handheld 6/4/2001
Sharp will use an energy-saving StrongARM chip from Intel to power a version of its handheld computer designed to run video and other comput
8. Is weakened Palm ripe for acquisition? 6/4/2001
Six months ago, Palm appeared to have the business world in its hand. Now the handheld giant has broken into a cold sweat, spurring speculat
9. NEC releases notebook-like device 6/4/2001
NEC released Monday its notebook-like handheld, the $899 MobilePro 790. The machine has a clamshell design similar to that of a notebook but
10. Handhelds lure in Intel 6/5/2001
Deals with handheld computer makers indicate Intel may be firming up its foothold in the handheld niche. Can it compete with Motorola's Drag
11. Palm bites into Bluetooth 6/7/2001
The PDA (personal digital assistant) maker announced Thursday that by the end of the year a secure digital card supporting Bluetooth, the Pa
12. Handspring offers rebate on newest device 6/7/2001
update In another sign that the PC price war is filtering down to handheld computers, Handspring on Thursday announced a new rebate program
13. Palm unveils insertable Bluetooth wireless card 6/7/2001
NEW YORK (AP) -- Palm Inc. unveiled an insertable card that would enable Bluetooth wireless connections between its popular handheld compute
14. Analyst downplays report on RIM, AOL 6/7/2001
Research In Motion's stock rebounded Thursday as an analyst downplayed a report suggesting sales of the company's two-way e-mail pagers to A
15. Handspring Halves Quarterly Outlook 6/8/2001
NEW YORK (Reuters) - No. 2 handheld computer maker Handspring Inc. (NasdaqNM:HAND - news) on Thursday halved its fourth quarter revenue outl
16. Next-gen skinny screens light up 6/8/2001
It'll be a decade before organic LED displays really catch on, but look for the new screens--which need no backlighting--to trickle into pag
17. Sharp Announces new Linux Based PDA 6/8/2001
Sharp has announced a new PDA for the non-Japan market which features an embedded Linux operating system and a Java application environment.
18. Linux sets its sights on the PDA market 6/8/2001
In recent months there have been numerous announcements of new Embedded Linux support for PDAs and other handheld personal computing devices
19. Xircom Rex 6000: Review. 6/9/2001
My first reaction when pulling this little gem out of the box was, "Wow...small, yet very cool!"
20. Are you ready for 3D cell phones? 6/10/2001
SAN FRANCISCO--Her name is Ulala. She sashays as she walks, her tiny waist pivoting, her pencil-thin arms swinging like a runway model's. Sh
21. IBM powers faster handheld chip 6/11/2001
Big Blue says it has developed a new technology called 'strained silicon' that will create super-fast, power-efficient processors for handhe
22. Mobile microbrowser taps into full Web 6/11/2001
Bitstream files for patents on ThunderHawk, a new browser for handhelds that loads PC-style Web pages in a bid to avoid the bane of the wire
23. The budding e-book controversy 6/11/2001
Former Random House exec Michael Mellin warns that his former employer is stretching the definition of the word “book” in order to justify a
24. DoCoMo to Begin Replacing Faulty Sony Handsets 6/12/2001
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's top mobile operator NTT DoCoMo (news - web sites) Inc (9437.T) said on Tuesday it will begin replacing defective h
25. Psion Launches Unit to Offer Wireless Services 6/12/2001
LONDON (Reuters) - Psion Plc (PON.L), Europe's largest handheld computers maker, said on Monday it has launched a new company called Signa S
26. The Virtual Schmooze - MD's Using Palms 6/12/2001
It's the middle of afternoon rounds in the intensive care unit at Stanford Medical Center when the attending physician asks third-year medic
27. Palm plans to split businesses 6/12/2001
NEW YORK--Palm's CEO said Tuesday that no company has approached him about buying the struggling handheld maker, quelling persistent specula
28. Adobe thinks handhelds with PageMaker 7.0 6/12/2001
As handheld computers catch on, Adobe Systems wants to make sure its desktop publishing tools aren't limited to the desktop.
29. Motorola breathes fire into Dragonball chips 6/12/2001
Motorola on Tuesday made two additions to its Dragonball line of processors for mobile devices, which the company hopes will stave off compe
30. Games for Palm-based devices 6/12/2001
Game software publisher Infogrames said Tuesday it will work with Finland's Springtoys to develop games for the Palm operating system. Sprin
31. RIM Eyes Handset Market for Its Wireless Devices 6/13/2001
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Research In Motion Ltd. (NasdaqNM:RIMM - news) (RIM.TO) said on Tuesday that it makes sense to link up with leading cell
32. SAP and Palm Announce Global Technology Alliance 6/13/2001
Market Leaders Deliver Wireless Business Solutions Enabled by Palm Handhelds and mySAP Mobile Business at SAPPHIRE Orlando
33. Sonicblue cuts staff by 30 percent 6/13/2001
Sonicblue said Tuesday it has cut its 813-person work force by 30 percent as part of a plan to achieve profitability by early 2002.
34. Japanese companies go mobile with e-commerce 6/14/2001
NTT DoCoMo Inc., Sony Corp. and NTT Data Corp. aim to prove that mobile e-commerce applications using non-contact IC (integrated circuit) ca
In a move to bring baseball fans even closer to the action, the San Francisco Giants and Palm, Inc. (Nasdaq: PALM) today unveiled three "b
36. Palm hopes Jordan edition is a slam-dunk 6/14/2001
As basketball fans continue to wonder "will he or won't he," Michael Jordan has made a decision: He will hawk his own Palm handheld.
37. Sony makes gains with Memory Stick 6/14/2001
Sony, which has been trying to grab the flash-memory market for nearly three years, is finally making some progress.
38. Palm's new headquarters kaput 6/15/2001
Handheld maker Palm will sell the land in San Jose, Calif., it had intended for a new corporate headquarters, the company said late Friday.
39. Palm chief executive mulls company split 6/16/2001
Palm is considering a break-up into two companies to separate its software licensing operations from the manufacturing and distribution of i
40. ZFrame Sends Web Page Replicas To Mobile Devices 6/16/2001
General adoption of mobile devices has long been hampered by the fact that screen sizes vary, processors can't handle data-intensive applica
41. For RIM, sky's the limit with Blackberry 6/16/2001
NEW YORK -- According to Jim Balsillie, chairman and co-CEO of Research in Motion, his company's Blackberry pagers are so addictive that som
42. Palm losing the revenue game to Compaq 6/18/2001
Compaq Computer will topple Palm from the top spot in revenue from handheld devices, research firm Gartner predicts in a report to be releas
43. Palm hopes to score with Jordan handheld 6/18/2001
Faced with slow sales, Palm is looking to Michael Jordan edition handhelds to help it regain momentum.
44. Opinion: Will Mobile Streaming Succeed? 6/19/2001
Mobile devices may soon be connected to wireless networks, giving them the ability to run large applications without storing them locally.
45. Access your PC from your PDA or phone 6/19/2001
(IDG) -- Your Web-enabled phone or PDA has picked up a new talent: helping you access files on your PC and all of its applications, in real
46. Ericsson to test Bluetooth in Japan 6/19/2001
TOKYO--Ericsson will launch Internet and data services on a trial basis in Japan that use the Bluetooth short-
47. RIM appears immune to handheld woes 6/20/2001
Research In Motion is poised to deliver strong quarterly results this week...
48. Compaq to ship millionth iPaq 6/20/2001
Compaq Computer will ship its millionth iPaq handheld computer this month, the company said Tuesday.
49. REVIEW: Michael Jordan Palm m100 6/20/2001
Nothing says “We’re screwed” quite like the release of a bogus product, in this case, the Michael Jordan Palm Pilot m100.
Survey Reveals Majority of Fortune 1000 Respondents Select Palm OS as Enterprise Handheld Standard
51. Asia-Pacific next hot spot for handhelds 6/20/2001
Handheld computer sales may be slowing in the United States, but opportunities for growth elsewhere are in full bloom, according to a new re
52. RIM meets the Street 6/21/2001
Research In Motion on Thursday reported sales and earnings that matched Wall Street expectations and reiterated its outlook for the current
53. PDAs and Mobiles to push PCs aside at TechX 6/22/2001
Even the name is changed. Reflecting the current PC slump, mobile devices will take center stage at this year's PC Expo--err TechX
Chime in with your thoughts or stir the pot with the latest handheld rumors...
Palm to Reach Potential 100 Million New Customers in Mainstream Retail Stores
56. Analysts seek signs Palm has grasp on future 6/25/2001
NEW YORK, June 25 (Reuters) - Palm Inc.(NasdaqNM:PALM - news) this week reports results from its turbulent fourth quarter, but investors may
57. Research in Motion Keeps on Truckin' 6/25/2001
The Waterloo, Ontario-based maker of the Blackberry e-mail pager and supporting software reported in-line first-quarter results despite rece
58. Sony's hand includes two of a kind 6/25/2001
Sony announced on Monday the addition of two new handhelds to its Clie line.
59. Casio debuts "budget" PDA with color screen! 6/25/2001
60. Palm CEO extends his hand to corporations 6/26/2001
Aiming to restore confidence in his struggling company, Palm CEO Carl Yankowski announced on Tuesday several new deals designed to attract m
61. Palm beats reduced estimates 6/26/2001
Handheld maker Palm on Tuesday narrowly topped already slashed estimates for its fiscal fourth quarter but also took more than $435 million
62. Japan's Sharp to Launch PDAs in U.S. in October 6/27/2001
OSAKA, Japan (Reuters) - Japan's Sharp Corp plans to start selling its Zaurus multimedia personal digital assistants in the U.S. in October
63. Sharp to go global with Zaurus PDAs 6/27/2001
Japan's Sharp plans to start selling its Zaurus multimedia personal digital assistants in the United States in October, and in Europe early
64. Wall Street upbeat on Palm, Handspring 6/27/2001
Several analysts gave Palm a high-five on its fiscal fourth-quarter report Wednesday, but some said there is more opportunity for investors
Foundation plans to launch new product donation program and Handspring Volunteerism Campaign to encourage employee involvement in local comm
66. More Merchant Partners Means Better PDA Pricing! 6/29/2001
bargainPDA.com has added over five new merchant partners in the past two days.
67. IBM reaffirms Bluetooth commitment 6/29/2001
IBM has promised Bluetooth-integrated notebooks in the near future, reiterating its commitment to the wireless technology.
68. Problems hold up Handspring rebates 6/29/2001
Glitches in Handspring's first rebate program have left new Visor owners temporarily empty-handed.
69. Compaq to pump up iPaq add-ons 6/29/2001
Compaq Computer is working to create the "iPaq Economy."
70. iPaq heats up with Inferno 6/29/2001
Inferno, an operating system originally developed by Bell Labs for devices such as set-top boxes and telephones, has been adapted to Compaq'
71. PC Card adapter for Palms 6/29/2001
Palm m500 and m505 owners will soon be able to surf the Web using a snap-on, universal PC Card adapter called Guyver.
72. Palm regains grip on handheld market 6/29/2001
Buoyed by strong sales of its m505 handheld, Palm grabbed nearly 70 percent of the retail market in May--the company's best showing since Se
73. Handhelds Expanding Usage 6/30/2001
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