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If you're one of those Palm people who still won't let go, this article provides a link where you can get 64-bit drivers for your hand-cranked PDA.
Few gadgets have touched my world as profoundly as the lowly Palm PDA and the cellular modem I used with it.
Pretty much a good-looking but useless deadweight, I would say.These days, the same can be said for mobile phones that aren't supported by a strong apps ecosystem.
Before there was the iPhone or iPad, there was the Palm.Back in 1998, Palm was the Apple of its days.
The first PDA I owned was an Apple Newton. The next, it was a Palm III.
SyncWiz add-in for Microsoft Outlook is an easy to use Outlook vCard and Calendar converter. Import and export contacts and calendar...
Hyundai has announced that its new phone watch will soon be available in the UK.The idea of putting a SIM into a watch is not new, and indeed I’ve seen all kinds of things put into watches before, among the more memorable being the Palm OS to create a PDA watch and a TV receiver to create a telly watch.
With the announcement of the Palm WebOS in January we knew this day was coming and according to PreCentral Ed Colligan confirmed that the only Palm OS devices coming in the future may be Centro devices from other carriers. Palm ended dedicated PDA/non-phone devices a couple of years ago and now confirms that they will focus on WebOS and Windows Mobile Palm devices moving forward. I am sure there will be many fans of the current Palm OS who are disappointed, but the OS has been around for 12 years and will continue to live for a few more as people still use their PDAs, Treo, and Centro devices.
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89% of workers have a cell phone and 19% have a Blackberry, Palm or other personal digital assistant. Of those employed respondents who own a cell phone or Blackberry or PDA, 25% use that device for email. Looking more closely at employed respondents who actively use their cell phone or Blackberry for email, 44% say [...]
Several student information system (SIS) vendors offer to sync data with a Palm Pilot or Windows Mobile PDA. This is a handy feature for teachers on field trips, assistant principals stalking the halls, etc.
A top executive from Palm has assured the company will continue to serve customers in the region, even amid recent reports of declining revenue and staff layoffs.
An HP Jornada 548 was my first Pocket PC back in 2001 and then for the next couple of years I primarily stuck with the HP line (568, 4340, 1940, etc) and was very happy with the HP Jornada and iPAQ models. HP has been quite silent in the Windows Mobile world for a couple of years, but a new post at Unwired View reveals rumors of 5 new Windows Mobile devices from HP. There are Phone Edition, Smartphone, and standalone PDA models in the collection. I was really surprised to see a non-phone model since it has been quite some time since we have seen a non-Palm PDA.
Palm Computing, which defined a whole new category with the PDA and then saw it shrivel, is attempting a comeback based on Linux.
The palm-sized PDA tucked away in Justine Aitel's pocketbook just might be the most scary device on display at this year's RSA security conference.
The Palm OS has officially ceased to be, giving way to Access Linux Platform. But analysts say the platform's future is unpredictable
It's been a decade since Palm debuted its first PDA at a Demo conference. Now we've got Treo and BlackBerry and some really smart phones. CNET's Rafe Needleman and Bonnie Cha talk with Harry Fuller about the past, present and iffy future of the Palm.
PDA maker rebrands and revamps its entry-level handhelds to include color screens and Wi-Fi capabilities. Photos: Palm grabs TX handheld
But Japan's Access will consummate the marriage of Linux and the Palm operating system, which has been struggling to get PDA licensees.
The handheld maker remains committed to the PDA market, and maintains that the Palm OS is still the best for its customers.
Thursday 4/11/2004The PDA market is a hard furrow to plough, but sometimes you have to wonder whether Palm is deliberately aiming for the rocks. Take the experience of Richard Perlman, who is one of the great and the good of the online world -- creating telco dial-up IP access networks here, being a 10-year member of the Internet Society there -- and can be reasonably assumed to know what he's doing.
PalmSource has announced a revision of its wireless-focused Cobalt operating system at its European Developer Conference in Munich.