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Palm CEO Ed Colligan unplugged

At a Churchill Club event last month, Palm CEO Ed Colligan was interviewed by New York Times correspondent John Markoff. In the podcast, Colligan discusses Palm's products strategy and trends in the mobile space.
Written by Dan Farber, Inactive on

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At a Churchill Club event last month, Palm CEO Ed Colligan was interviewed by New York Times correspondent John Markoff. In the podcast, Colligan discusses Palm's products strategy and trends in the mobile space. He also addresses Apple's rumored iPhone. He said that the PC makers aren't going to find it easy to just walk in and take share. That may have been true a few years ago, but the smart phone market could use Steve Jobs' help taking the mobile devices to a new level. It would certainly spur Palm, Blackberry and others, including the mobile OS vendors, to innovate at a faster rate.

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