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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...

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 ...

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...

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
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...

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...

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,...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Paul A. Greenberg
Microsoft To Counter Breakup Proposal
05/08/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 529 Words

As evidence of intent, the government cited a July 11, 1999 memo from Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates urging his company to find a way to "tie" the operating system to its own PDA . The court found that Microsoft had violated antitrust...

Charlyn Keating Chisholm
Message to M-Marketers: Don't Be 'Pushy'
09/18/01 11:33 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 721 Words

You whip out your PDA (while safely stopped at a red light, of course) and instantly pull up coupons for flowers, spa days and jewelry, all offered by merchants within a 10-minute drive. You stop in a store , flash your electronic coupon,...

Jay Lyman
Microsoft-Based Motorola Phone in Works from Orange
09/05/03 3:24 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 596 Words

Slawsby said the addition of PDA-like capabilities to mobile phones is more likely to draw users than the convergence of devices in larger, PDA form factors.

Pocket PC Cumbersome?

However, Gartner research vice president Richard Stiennon told...

John P. Mello Jr.
Palm Expected To Regain Euro Lead in Q4
10/23/03 1:45 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 707 Words

In the long run, a much greater threat to Palm's European market share will be snipers at the low end of the PDA spectrum, according to Brown. "There are entry-level players beginning to make ground, finding the right price points to compete,"...

Jay Lyman
Toshiba Pushes VoIP and Text-to-Speech in New PDAs
10/24/03 9:59 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 597 Words

The new Pocket PC handhelds also feature brighter displays and added functionality that includes support for high VGA graphics on an ATI chip, which IDC analyst Alex Slawsby told TechNewsWorld is a first for the PDA form factor.

However, Slawsby said,...

Rob Enderle
Linux, China, HP, Apple and Other 'Outside the Box' Stories
12/08/03 10:51 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1243 Words

This is sadly ironic, given that Apple gave up the PDA market to Palm and Microsoft as a result of one of his decisions. Like a lot of CEOs, Jobs seems to think it is more important not to admit he was wrong...

Jay Lyman
PalmSource Debuts Cobalt and Garnet Operating Systems
02/10/04 11:33 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 833 Words

Forrester's Golvin said the new OS represents Palm's recognition of the need to move beyond the PDA category, adding that Cobalt will be able to expand into technologies beyond the classic handheld organizer. As PDA technology has been moving closer to the...

Jay Lyman
Paul Allen Shrinks Windows PC With Vulcan's FlipStart
02/17/04 3:37 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 629 Words

"These systems fit all existing infrastructures and make it easy to port corporate apps into the handheld environment," Reynolds said. "It has most of the portability of a PDA but can do serious computing."

Lost in Translation


Jack M. Germain
Wireless PDAs and Smartphones: A Hacker's Heaven
05/07/04 5:30 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1099 Words

Almost 70 percent of the surveyed executives said they would purchase a more expensive PDA if it had security features.

Those are significant findings. Enterprise PDAs and smartphones are quickly becoming the primary telecommunications tool of choice. In many instances, they are...

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