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Vivian Wagner
Signing On to the Digital Handwriting Revolution
01/07/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 866 Words

I have 60-year-old guys in the field who are master electricians, and getting them to use a tablet computer or PDA is near impossible. These guys like to touch and feel something, and use their familiar paper forms."

*ECT News Network editor's...

Jack M. Germain
New Ubuntu OS Features Create Good Karma
11/13/09 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 986 Words

Unfortunately for me, I hate the Remix desktop, which is too much like navigating a smartphone or a PDA. I much prefer the standard Gnome desktop on the netbook screen.

Rave Reviews
Almost every review of the new Ubuntu...

Pam Baker
Wired Culture May Be Setting Youth Up for Internet Addiction
10/08/09 9:47 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 568 Words

"Often, children start this behavior because parents are always on the cellphone, computer or PDA," he observed.

"It is part of the family behavior," he said.

If your teen has an Internet addiction, it is important to remove all...

Renay San Miguel
Sprint Joins March of the Androids With HTC Hero
09/03/09 12:16 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 561 Words

This is not just a smartphone that they're going to use for PDA kinds of functions. It's offered with Sprint TV and a number of other mobile video kinds of services, and it has access to social networking , visual voice mail .

Richard Adhikari
Does Dell's Primordial Smartphone Have an Android Inside?
08/18/09 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 592 Words

Dell used to make the now-defunct Axim PDA years ago, and its spokesperson, Paretta, carefully worded his statement to LinuxInsider to talk about the generic term "devices," seeming to avoid the term "smartphones."

Rumors about Dell's reviving the Axim or producing...

Renay San Miguel
Pre Buzz Generates Some Modest Swarms at Launch
06/08/09 11:56 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 860 Words

It applies to sports and smartphones: If you're an underdog, you will always be compared to the reigning champs until you...

Chris Maxcer
Is Dell Dialing Up a Smartphone?
01/30/09 2:52 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 793 Words

"We have evolved beyond the days where a smartphone was conceived as a PDA that could also make phone calls. It is something more now, with greater emphasis on multimedia capabilities, location-based services, along with powerful mobile applications and services leveraging high-speed...

Erika Morphy
Will Apple's iPhone Patent Pre-empt the Pre?
01/27/09 1:00 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 788 Words

As a result, other new products from competitors are moving away from pure PDA (personal digital assistant) functions, he said. "In short, Apple has a patent on a feature that everyone's going to want to have. When you use another device that...

Walaika Haskins
All the President's Technology: Obama to Keep 'BlackBerry'
01/22/09 12:08 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 608 Words

It features one-touch switching between classified and unclassified PDA functions; wireless access to the Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet), the secure computer network used by the Department of Defense and State Department to transmit classified information; and an intuitive, user-friendly interface ,...

Jim Groff
Collaboration and the Productivity Revolution
01/17/09 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1139 Words

Think about previous advances like the planner, the PDA, and the granddaddy of them all, Microsoft Office. These tools are designed to be used by individuals to accomplish individual tasks.

Today, however, it's all about collaboration. Linux , an open source...

Erika Morphy
The President and His BlackBerry: Much Ado About Something?
01/14/09 9:42 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1026 Words

"Although I greatly sympathize with Obama on his PDA predicament, there are security risks whenever any e-mail goes off into the air -- on landlines and on the Internet -- and if anyone's private conversations should remain private, it should be the...

Chris Maxcer
Can the Pre Push Palm Back From the Edge?
01/13/09 2:14 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 777 Words

The Pre nicely leverages Palm's brand strengths: Palm is synonymous with personal information management , and the Pre differentiates itself by managing information that's stored all over the Web -- a Web-era PDA, if you will," Greengart explains.

In fact, webOS...

Paul Hartsock
Palm Steals CES Spotlight With New Smartphone and OS
01/08/09 3:51 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 819 Words

This year, however, a lot of anticipation centered on Palm , a company that pioneered the concept of the PDA and the smartphone, but has more recently endured a streak of lousy sales , few new or exciting devices, and the unfortunate embarrassment...

Jack M. Germain
Sylvania Netbook With Ubuntu: A Good Mix
01/03/09 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1061 Words

Given the many options out there, someone in the market for a portable computer may have a hard time deciding whether...

Chris Maxcer
VMware Eyes Smartphones as Next Virtualization Bonanza
11/10/08 11:35 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 755 Words

"In the traditional sense, a smartphone was basically a cell phone with a PDA strapped to it. BlackBerry took a step further by optimizing for e-mail and instant messaging, and I think what we're looking at now, with the iPhone and G1...

Denis Pombriant
Red Sox, Patriots, Democrats and Republicans
11/05/08 4:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 948 Words

Technology that helps people schedule not just trips but whole days might be a nice thing to have on the old PDA. Traveler relationship management (TRM) could become a happening thing.

Know the Customer
Closer to home, CRM is...

Jack M. Germain
Open Source to Go
09/30/08 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1014 Words

Playing a game on a high-powered desktop game machine is nothing compared to the fun that comes from playing games in vivid color on your phone or PDA.

One of our favorite Java-based games is "360 Speed" by HOVR.


Rob Enderle
Presidential Candidates Can Be CEOs
09/22/08 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1346 Words

It's an offering that reminds me of the first iPod and the first Palm PDA because it is so incredibly tightly focused -- in this case on e-mail -- and the product is called "Peek."

What Makes a Good CEO?

Chris Maxcer
Apple Adds Muscle to iPods, Brains to iTunes
09/09/08 3:23 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1122 Words

In a music-focused announcement, Apple announced the highly anticipated next generation of its iPod nano, a beefier iPod touch, iTunes 8,...

Chris Maxcer
Hard Gadgets for a Hard World: What Makes Rugged Electronics So Tough?
08/25/08 6:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1593 Words

Portable electronics like smartphones and laptops aren't generally known for their ability to withstand drops, splashes and harsh conditions. Yet the...

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