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International Mobile Gaming with the Palm OS

GIC-Software, a Los Gatos, CA based entertainment software development company, announced Wednesday a new game system for devices running the Palm OS. The games are multi-player Internet games designed for[...] Read full article

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Leader in Education Technology Teams With Palm to Further Cost-effective, Portable Technology Solutions for Schools

AlphaSmart, Inc., a leading provider of technology solutions for education, and Palm, Inc. (Nasdaq: PALM),the leading provider of operating systems for use in handheld computers and the leading provider[...] Read full article

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Rumor: Panasonic to Licence Palm OS, Make ARM-Based Handheld

A source who has spoken with a former Palm employee says that Panasonic is going to announce early next week that they have licenced the Palm OS. Even better, they[...] Read full article

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Palm Launches New Initiative to Silicon Solution Providers Intel, Motorola, Texas Instruments and ARM to Kick-start ARM Powered(R) Innovation

Consistent with its strategy to fuel innovation and broaden the market for Palm Powered(R) devices, Palm, Inc. (Nasdaq: PALM) today announced that key suppliers of ARM(R) core-based[...] Read full article

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Fortune 1000 IT Departments Turning to the Palm OS Platform for Mobile

Survey Reveals Majority of Fortune 1000 Respondents Select Palm OS as Enterprise Handheld Standard Read full article

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ZFrame Sends Web Page Replicas To Mobile Devices

General adoption of mobile devices has long been hampered by the fact that screen sizes vary, processors can't handle data-intensive applications like graphics, and access to the Internet is difficult.[...] Read full article

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The ultimate guide to wireless e-mail devices

OK, we admit it--reviews of wireless email devices and add-on modems aren't as easy to find as they should be on CNET Wireless. Part of the problem is that they[...] Read full article

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A Palm from the Plains

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[...] Read full article