Despite a decrease in the number of handhelds sold, Handango reports that the amount of money spent on software for them was up significantly last year.
Dell posted results for its best quarter yet, there's a new thumb keyboard for many iPAQ models, MobileDB4 is now available, and more.
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Handango has released details regarding PDA software sales from Q4 of 2002 and 2002 as a whole. The "Handango Yardstick" is viewed as a reasonably accurate representation of the PDA software market.
Palm has posted onto its site a software patch that fixes a problem some users have experienced with their Tungsten T.
Looks like the Sony TG50 wil be released in March, HP has released a patch that fixes an underclocking problem with its recent ROM update for the h3950 and h3955, there is a folding keyboard available for the O2 XDA Pocket PC Phone, and more.
Intel has announced that it is developing chips that combine an XScale core and other components in a processor designed to sit at the heart of future smartphones and wireless handhelds.
In a big win for Cutting Edge Software, new Kyocera 7135 Smartphones will ship with QuickOffice. Most Palm PDAs come with their main competitor, Documents To Go. Both are quite similar in functionality, QO simply hasn't had the distribution in the past.
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 handheld. Documents to Go will allow users to work with these files in their native format.
Pocket PC users with CompactFlash slots will soon be able to make use of USB peripherals.
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