That's the question for Palm's smallest licensee, a 40-person Iowa company called HandEra. The company, which until recently was known as TRG Products, plans to announce Monday a Palm OS-based handheld for businesses that has two expansion slots and a screen with a higher resolution than most competitors.
It's not yet a case of evolve or die, but a new study suggests that the supremacy of the venerable notebook computer is threatened by more nimble handhelds, such as the BlackBerry e-mail pager.
Microsoft plans to introduce on Tuesday the first test version of "Talisker," its next-generation operating system aimed at a variety of handheld gadgets, Internet appliances and factory automation equipment.
Motorola has made the equivalent of a conference call, connecting cell phones with handheld computers to develop a new combination device, the Accompli 008.
Agenda Computing says its Linux-based handheld, the Agenda VR3, is ready to take on Palm. Maybe not.
Next Friday Sony will demo it's next generation PDA device at the CSE show in Los Angeles.
ZDNet announced today that they will partner with PDABargains.com to become an empire in the PDA industry.
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.
In this interview at CES 2001 in Las Vegas, Brighthand editor Steve Bush meets with UR There founder Brad Nolan to discuss his company's foray into handheld computing.
The Y2K bug may have died in its cocoon, but for the handheld computer industry the year 2000 was filled with excitement. Here are five of the top events that shaped this truly landmark year.
Scanner and PDA in the size of a highlighting pen. Now we've seen everything!
Let's face it, not everyone can fork out $300 or more for a top-of-the-line electronic organizer. But that shouldn't mean that they're left out of the new and exciting world of PDAs, according to VTech.
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