Legend has announced the PAM 168, a Palm OS Handheld for the Chinese market. It runs Palm OS 4.1 on a 66 MHz Dragonball processor and includes 16 MB of RAM. It has a 240 by 320 pixel screen, an audio player, and a voice recorder. Thanks to Palm Infocenter for the tip.
Sprint subscribers will soon be able to get a Bluetooth-enabled phone. The Sony Ericsson T608 should be available for Sprint users within the next two months. The T608 is the first CDMA mobile phone with Bluetooth.
CompUSA has the Targus Pocket Modem 56K V.90 for just $20 after a $10 rebate. This modem fits in the CompactFlash slot on Pocket PCs.
Socket has announced an updated version of its Bluetooth Connection Kit for Windows CE. The new version allows users to transfer digital photographs from Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones to Pocket PCs. It also allows Pocket PC users to exchange business cards, send and receive contact information and files, browse remote devices, and share data.
PDA-Search.net has spidered over 450,000 pages, covering Pocket PC, Palm OS, and Symbian, to create a website that allows users to seach the contents of all of them. It is even available in five languages: English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.