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September 28, 2010 by

Psion Omnii XT10: a modular, rugged handheld

For techies of a certain vintage, mention of Psion brings on misty-eyed reminiscences of landmark handhelds like the Organiser, the Series 3 and the Series 5, and the EPOC operating system (which went on to form the basis of Symbian). Since acquiring Teklogix in 2000, however, the company has concentrated on rugged mobile devices for vertical markets.

February 25, 2009 by

Intel joins Dell in fight against 'netbook' trademark

Intel has joined the fight against Psion over the "netbook" trademark, arguing that the public already uses the term in a generic manner to represent "extensions of the notebook category, smaller computers purpose-built for mobile Internet access," according to the Courthouse News Service.

September 3, 2004 by

I.TECH Virtual Keyboard

This innovative laser-projected keyboard works surprisingly well, but there are enough rough edges to deter the majority of mobile professionals.

October 16, 2003 by

Psion NetBook Pro

The NetBook Pro looks like a mini-notebook, yet runs the handheld-orientated Windows CE .NET 4.2 OS. Although it’s primarily aimed at corporate mobile workforces, we think it could have wider appeal.

May 21, 2002 by

Why you can't ignore Symbian

Analysis: PDA pioneer Symbian is the force behind next-generation, mobile operating systems. Here's why major backers such as Ericsson and Nokia stand behind this sleeper OS--and why you should care.

April 24, 2002 by

Block PDA viruses

Your corporate network likely has an antivirus solution already, but that won't stop a PDA from introducing a virus to your network. The most common PDA functions pose a risk. Here are three virus scanners that can help.


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