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Jack M. Germain
The Asus EeeTop: A Nettop in Search of a Mission
06/11/09 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1251 Words

With an overall unit measurement of 16 X 11.5 inches, it's in some ways a fully functional computer, and in others it's more reminiscent of a wireless PDA from yesteryear.

Sure, you can attach the included 12.5-by-5.5-inch keyboard (sans keypad) and...

Keith Regan
iPhone Voice Mail Suit Could Tear Hole in Apple's Deep Pockets
12/04/07 10:40 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 754 Words

... inventor who claims to have developed the first PDA (personal digital assistant) filed a slew of lawsuits Monday, including an action accusing Apple and iPhone partner AT&T of infringing on his patents with the device's much-heralded Visual Voicemail feature. Klausner Technologies is...

John P. Mello Jr.
Lots of Features Lend Appeal to the Motorola Q
04/12/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 681 Words

Just about anything you'd want to do with a PDA (personal digital assistant) you can do with a smartphone like the Q -- and a lot more. The Q is about the size of a PDA -- 2.5 by 0.5 by 4.6 inches...

Jennifer LeClaire
Palm TX Goes Multimedia With WiFi Capabilities
10/13/05 1:35 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 530 Words

... yesterday unveiled a new PDA with built-in WiFi and -- rock n' roll. Palm is working with Alliance Group Entertainment to provide multimedia content on Palm handhelds, mobile managers and smartphones. Dubbed Palm TX, the PDA-maker's latest device hit store shelves yesterday...

Jay Lyman
Palm Puts Windows in Treo Smartphone
09/26/05 1:45 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 483 Words

Death by Disconnection
Entner also said the deal reiterates the point that "the unconnected PDA is dead."

"Certainly, that has been the situation for a while," he said. "Palm's operating system (OS) was dominant on the unconnected side. Then,...

Denis Pombriant
Good Technology, Bad Technology
05/30/05 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 843 Words

We attended a vendor event recently and her PDA device developed a nasty predilection for rebooting itself in the middle of use. Some of us might actually relish being incommunicado for a spell but not her. As a renowned authority on CRM she...

Susan B. Shor
PalmOne Updates Tungsten with E2
04/13/05 2:13 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 345 Words

E2 adds Bluetooth wireless capability, longer battery life, a better display and flash memory to the PDA standby, which has been on the market since October 2003. The flash memory ensures that even if the batteries drain completely, the device will retain all...

Susan B. Shor
Mobile Devices Create Security Challenge for Companies
11/18/04 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1158 Words

"The best thing you can do is not a technology solution, it's awareness," Moyle said. "If employees know that keeping the client list on the PDA is not a good idea and they know why, they're less likely to do it."


Susan B. Shor
Nokia Dials Up New Smartphones
11/03/04 11:56 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 515 Words

The company announced the 7710, a smartphone PDA ; the 3230 camera and video recorder smartphone; and the 6020 camera phone, geared toward a business audience .

But the importance of convergence is unclear in market a where plain old voice communication...

Stephanie Losi
Intel Unveils Next-Gen Wireless Chips
04/13/04 7:26 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 795 Words

In a storm of supporting announcements, the company also described a multimedia accelerator for 3D rendering, a new generation of stacked packaging that could boost flash memory capacity in mobile devices, and optimized software and reference concept designs that could help mobile-phone and PDA ...

Kirk L. Kroeker
Psion's NetBook Pro Abandons EPOC in Favor of Windows CE
10/03/03 2:12 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 612 Words

The Diamond Mako -- a rebranded U.S. version of the Psion Revo -- did have some widespread success as a clamshell PDA in the United States when it debuted several years ago, but that success has been more or less eclipsed by the...

Bob Woods
Dell as Brand Name
11/11/02 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 628 Words

It has climbed back on top of the PC sales heap just a few months after the HP-Compaq merger displaced it, and it has extended its brand name into the printer and PDA markets to help drive its bottom line. In similarly ambitious...

Rob Enderle
Apple Forgets Steve Jobs and Announces a Non-Magical iPad
03/12/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1681 Words

Rather than pitching it as a super calculator or PDA, Apple showcased handwriting recognition as its key feature, and that didn't work.

Palm learned from this and had a custom language called "Graffiti," which only a few really learned, but it...

Katherine Noyes
Conspiracy Theories and the 'Smoking Gun'
06/29/09 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1337 Words

They try to go to the smart phone or PDA to start again."

'Mystery Solved'
Groklaw's reaction: "Mystery solved. Totally blatant... next time you hear Microsoft bragging that people *prefer* their software to Linux on netbooks, you'll know better. If...

Jeff Meisner
Palm Scratches for Cash With Stock Resale
03/09/09 11:36 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 774 Words

"Back in the late '90s, the Palm Pilot was the device to have," Golvin said. "But it was a PDA (personal data assistant) with no radio connectivity. One thing that happened was the market moved away from that and phones started taking...

Walaika Haskins
Survey Pegs Cell Phone as Americans' Most Valued Tech Tool
03/06/08 11:59 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1116 Words

Of the 2,054 adults interviewed for the survey, 58 percent said they had used their cell phone or PDA for non-voice data activities, including texting, e-mailing, taking a picture, looking for maps or recording video.

That was one of two surprises...

Matt Lee
Opera's Mobile Browser Hits the Right Notes
02/28/08 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 758 Words

... you are reading this article, chances are you own a pocket PC or Palm-based smartphone or PDA . Chances are also great that you are in desperate need for a mobile Web solution. Since the dawn of the Internet , transferring and...

Scott Moody
Biometrics in the Here and Now
10/10/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1166 Words

Nearly one in four PDA owners has had their PDA lost or stolen, according to Palm's Info Center.

Biometrics can secure electronics devices and cut down on many of the statistics above. It can also become part of the solution to...

Theodore F. di Stefano
Healthcare, Computers and the Bottom Line
08/03/07 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1042 Words

Do you remember the Physician's Desk Reference , that large book that the doctor would consult from time to time? I'm sure that it won't surprise you that this book is now available in PDA (personal digital assistant) format.

In fact,...

Rob Enderle
Is the iPhone Apple's Pearl Harbor?, the Next iPod, Tech Movie of the Week
07/09/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1735 Words

You know, a lot of folks use Palm Treos and RIM BlackBerries the same way; they just use them for their e-mail and PDA (personal digital assistant) functions and have a separate phone for the phone stuff. Not only could this be...

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