The Japanese wireless operator is delaying the launch of its popular I-mode service because of infrastructure problems.
Playing the underdog is familiar territory for Linux, but now the open-source community prepares to go up against PDA leaders Palm and Microsoft. To make inroads in the market, Linux will need to provide a standardized platform for business applications.
TOKYO--Japanese electronics conglomerate Toshiba unveiled Monday its first personal digital assistant, due for launch in Japan next month and in the United States this autumn, and aimed at high-end corporate users.
Handspring plans to make a major price cut on the attachment that turns its Visor handhelds into a cell phone.
The new service issues real-time alerts over e-mail and mobile devices. And it also provides traffic reports and lottery results.
The nation's public libraries are struggling to deliver e-books. But do cardholders even want books online?
Despite initial reports, Psion is denying it will completely abandon the consumer handheld market.
Walt Disney Internet Group recently partnered with San Mateo, CA-based AvantGo's mobile Internet service to provide ABCNews.com and ESPN.com channels on AvantGo's network. AvantGo allows businesses to deliver their content and applications to approximately 2.5 million mobile consumers.
Intel is betting that consumers want handheld computers stuffed with 500MB of memory.
Panasonic on Tuesday slashed the price of its Secure Digital Memory Cards and plans this fall to more than double its output of the cards, which are postage-stamp-sized pieces of flash memory used in digital cameras, handheld computers and MP3 players.
LONDON--Shares in Psion hit a three-year low on Wednesday after Europe's biggest handheld-computer maker said it would shun the consumer market to focus on corporate and education sales and intellectual property.
Casio will invest $5 million into Sybase within the next 30 days, Sybase said in a statement. Sybase hopes the move will allow iAnywhere to increase its development of mobile and wireless applications for the mobile business market.
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