BrightBytes™: 32MB Palms, RealOne, PhatSpell, and More

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Palm Pilot Upgrade is now offering to upgrade the Sony N610C, N710C, or N760C to 32 MB of memory for $110. The company is working to add Palm m500 series and other Dragonball VZ-based devices to the list, including the Sony SJ series. This is a true 32 MB internal RAM upgrade without any virtual drives.

Though there has been no official announcement, the much-delayed RealOne Player for the Tungsten T is now available on Real’s site. It is free. (Discuss it on the Brighthand Tungsten T Forum)

PhatSpell for Pocket PCs 1.0 from PhatWare is a multilingual spell checker that allows users to check spelling in practically any standard Pocket PC application that permits text editing. It sells for $20.

Steve Wozniak, one of the co-founders of Apple, has resigned from the board of directors of Danger, the company that makes the hiptop wireless smartphone. However, he will be on its advisory board, according to Cnet.

Hewlett Packard has posted another ROM Upgrade for the iPAQ 5400 series. This one gives users a world clock.

Eleksen has announced that its fabric keyboard is now available for the SPV Smartphone in the four European countries that have launched the device – France, Denmark, Switzerland and the UK.

The CRM Division of Best Software is offering an early bird special for those who upgrade to ACT! 6.0 with ACT! Link for Pocket PC before March 24: $20 off the $140 price.

There is a new beta of AvantGo for Palm OS 5. The app now supports hi-res screens, the D-pad on the Tungsten T, and Sony’s Jog Dial.

Sony is now offering a $50 rebate on its WL100, the Wi-Fi card for the NX series and NZ90. The WL100 is $150.



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