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PDA News – Rollable displays, Blackberry fix, Adios Fossil

Rollable OLED color displays RIM talks about patent workaround--sort of Fossil pulls smart watches Echostar, DirecTV consider joining to build wireless network Read full article

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Say Goodbye to Fossil’s PDA Watches (Updated)

It appears Fossil has given up on all of its high-tech watches. Read full article

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Software Store Opens Just for Fossil Wrist PDA

Motricity has opened a store exclusively for applications that work with Fossil's Palm Powered Wrist PDA. Read full article

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Fossil Is NOT Leaving SPOT Watch Market

Fossil says that there is no truth in a recent report which indicated that it has stopped making watches with Microsoft's SPOT technology. Read full article

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Fossil Leaving SPOT Watch Market

Reportedly, Fossil has stopped making watches that use Microsoft's SPOT technology to display snippets of information they receive wirelessly. Read full article

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PDA News – Opera for Windows Mobile, Fossil gone, Palm Opera

Screenshots of Opera for PocketPCs Fossil exiting PDA market Opera on Palm hack works for other devices Read full article

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Fossil WristPDA 2.0 Review

As a business traveler I'm always on the look out for some gadget that can reduce the amount of stuff I need to carry. I always wear a watch --it's[...] Read full article

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Beiks Launches New Software Store for Fossil Abacus Wrist PDAs

Beiks has opened a new section of its Web site devoted to software compatible with Fossil?s new Abacus Wrist PDA. Read full article

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Fossil Announces Palm OS Powered Wrist PDA (pics)

Two years after Fossil first promised a Palm OS powered watch, the PDA is real. The Wrist PDA was delivered a death blow by the company who was contracted to[...] Read full article

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Fossil Wrist PDA Returning from Limbo (Updated)

Reportedly, Fossil's watch with a full version of the Palm OS will be re-launched in January, but the company says this is incorrect. Read full article