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In the recap moments of HP's Think Beyond event last week, company executives quickly mentioned that WebOS - the mobile operating system that the company inherited with the Palm acquisition - would be found in a number of products, including PCs. That, of course, left me wondering: What does that mean for Microsoft Windows?
Ahead of the release of Windows Phone 7, Microsoft has signed up as a licensee of dozens of patents that originated with PalmSource, Palm, Bell Communications Research and Geoworks
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HP killed off development of its Slate tablet recently, supposedly because of the company's unhappiness with how it ran Windows 7. After HP acquired Palm and promised that webOS would boldly go where webOS had not gone before, everybody assumed that HP meant tablets, and now we're hearing the first rumblings of a webOS-powered tablet coming through HP's pipeline.
When Microsoft announced it was pulling the plug on its Itanium support earlier this year, I wondered whether there was any pushback from HP, a long-time Itanium backer. But given this week's turn of events -- with HP buying Palm and rumors that HP might not come to market with its Windows 7 slate -- many industry watchers are wondering whether the long-time Microsoft-HP love affair has gone sour.
Kerio Connect (previously known as MailServer) is an exchange alternative, allowing companies to collaborate via email, shared contacts,...
Hewlett-Packard purchased Palm for one reason: compared to iPad, Windows 7 made their Slate look like an Ugly Baby.
The first PDA I owned was an Apple Newton. The next, it was a Palm III.
Secret! is a program for storing passwords, PINs, TANs - in short an application to store your confidential data. Secret! has a long...
Palm suitors, Windows 7 sales and an iPhone running Android are among today's top headlines. Get the day’s rolling posts via Twitter, RSS, or email.
Ever since I smashed my Windows Mobile against our bedroom wall, I’ve been hunting for a new mobile phone. Collaboration just isn’t the same as when you can Evernote from your palm.
Social networking applications are very popular on smartphones today and with GPS integrated into most smartphones there are services that provide you with fun ways to stay in touch with friends. Foursquare is now available on Windows Mobile and Gowalla is present on Palm webOS devices.
Palm's wipeout and Citibank's blog faux pas top today's headlines
Microsoft's 'God Mode'; Office licensing; CES and Palm lead Monday's headliners.
A Windows 7 exploit, Verizon's response to an AT&T lawsuit, a Windows marketplace for Mobile, and the business decisions that would come with Nokia buying Palm are among today's top headlines.
The lineup of cell phones has expanded a bit, but a significant number of what we see in that category are updates to existing models. The real innovation in the mobile phone world is in the area of smartphones where we see the Apple iPhone, Palm WebOS, Google Android, RIM BlackBerry, and Microsoft Windows Mobile devices taking us to places we have never been before. This holiday season there is a huge selection for you to choose from on every carrier and several exciting devices will be launching throughout November. There are so many to choose from that we can't cover them all here so I will present you with one smartphone from each carrier and one SIM-unlocked one.
Even though 2009 was a difficult one for many in regards to finances, the mobile phone market continued to grow and manufacturers continued to roll out some excellent phones for the consumer. In this issue of the 2009 Holiday Gift Guide we will take a look at two selected mobile phones from each of the four major US wireless carriers. I know the lines between feature phones and smartphones are no longer clear cut, but we will have another Guide edition for smartphones that will include those devices running Windows Mobile, Google Android, RIM BlackBerry, Apple iPhone, Symbian, and Palm WebOS.
The biggest news in the mobile world this week was obviously the launch of Windows Mobile 6.5 and several devices so we had to spend some time during MobileTechRoundup show #185 talking about Windows Mobile again. We did go on to talk about the other hot news story of the further adoption of the Google Android operating system, including by Verizon Wireless. Kevin has been having some Google Sync for iPhone issues and also told us we should try out data roaming on the Palm Pre and HTC Hero.
One of the reasons I keep going back to Windows Mobile devices, like my T-Mobile Touch Pro2, is because the Exchange experience has always stood out from the pack. The iPhone and Palm Pre offer Exchange clients, thanks to licensing Microsoft EAS technology, but there are still a couple of capabilities lacking (meeting with attendee creation for one) that keep me going back to a WM device. I am testing a Sprint HTC Hero (review will be here Monday) and discovered that the included Exchange experience on this device is better in some respects than what a Windows Mobile device can offer, but a few key capabilities still hold it back. As I stated back when I was trying to figure out if one device could meet our desire to have a slick UI and all necessary functionality I chose the HTC Hero to be that devices and now as I get more and more hands-on time with it my statement seems justified. Let's take a look at why I think the Exchange experience is better for many people on the Hero than on other mobile devices.
Microsoft is floundering in the mobile market while Palm has made bold strides but remains vulnerable. See why these two could make a love match.
I was wondering what Palm's plans were with Windows Mobile now that they have the Palm WebOS Pre out with other WebOS devices coming soon, but have to admit I was a bit caught off guard by the statement that PreCentral picked up during the Palm earnings call. As you can see in the quote below, Jon Rubinstein made it clear that there will be no more Palm Windows Mobile devices.
As I mentioned in my recent iPhone MMS post I appeared with Joel Evans on the latest Geek.com podcast a couple of days ago and now Geek.com podcast #27 is now live for your listening pleasure. As you can see in the show notes list, we spent time talking about Windows Mobile, Android, iPhone, Nokia, and Palm phones as well as ebook readers and other tech.
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- 1 Perfectly legal ways you can still get Windows 7 cheap (or even free)
- 2 How much does an iPhone 6 really cost? (Hint: It's way more than $199)
- 3 31 ways to improve your iPhone's battery life
- 4 Seven privacy settings you should change immediately in iOS 8
- 5 Review: Tile Bluetooth tag (verdict: Great)