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Rob Enderle
Apple's Path to Destruction
04/01/19 10:19 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1675 Words

It had a PDA product, called the "Newton," that was underperforming. It had a digital camera that underperformed. It had a commercial PC line that was underperforming. It had a consumer PC line that was underperforming, and it had a printer line...

Rob Enderle
Innovation vs. Execution: Nadella's Brilliant Stroke
02/10/14 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1564 Words

There has been a lot of discussion on the differences between Steve Jobs' Apple and Steve Ballmer's Microsoft, with a common...

Patrick Nelson
Google Keep: Note-Taking and Checklists, Done Well
09/20/13 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 816 Words

For a time I refused to carry a notebook and jotted everything down in a PDA -- remember those? They were the precursor to the smartphone, only with no phone. My argument at the time was that I could make electronic backups,...

Jack M. Germain
Samsung's Galaxy Note II Is a Phabulous Phablet
11/27/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1763 Words

You do not have to actually use the S Pen, but the enhancements it brings add to the experience of combining the functionality of an old-fashioned PDA with the modern capabilities of a phone and tablet all into one device.


Rob Enderle
HP and the Uncertain Science of Corporate Rebirth
10/08/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1512 Words

I was always fascinated by the idea of a modular computer; in fact, IBM came up with the idea and Compaq/HP executed it with the old iPaq PDA. Of course, were it me, I likely would have called the ElitePad the...

Rob Enderle
The Un-Death of the PC
05/07/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1560 Words

We made them increasingly portable, creating Laptop PCs, and we even created a PDA and called it an "HPC," or "handheld personal computer."

Most of these had far less capability than the smartphone and iPad do today, and it was the smartphone...

Rob Enderle
Windows 8 and the Perception Game
03/19/12 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1434 Words

But much like you have the iPod interface , the phone interface, and the PDA interface, depending on what app you open on the iPhone, each mode of Windows 8 has a different user experience tied to it. Metro is for when...

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...

Ed Moyle
Wrapping Personal Devices and Critical Data in Stale Policies
09/21/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1088 Words

For example, policies pertaining to PDA use and those addressing legacy corporate-issued mobile phones may be generic enough to apply.

Once you understand the historical management directives, turn to technical implementation. Ideally, you want to find and note areas where enforcement deviates...

Denis Pombriant
Tackling Business Model Innovation
06/15/11 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 793 Words

It is next in a long line of desktop, laptop and PDA devices and is often made by the same companies that make the other devices.

When you get to the point of innovating within the category, everything is up for grabs,...

Ned Madden
Fast Times in Gaming, Part 1: Turbulent Transitions
04/21/11 8:30 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 2078 Words

Forty-two percent of heads of households report they play games on wireless devices such as a cellphone or PDA, up from 20 percent in 2002.

Tremendous Trends
The prevailing direction of trends in the video game industry is toward...

Rob Enderle
Is Apple Drifting to the Wrong Path?
02/07/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1339 Words

Remember the Palm PDA ? Folks couldn't live without it until they did. This could be what Apple is worried about -- particularly given that it has lost Steve Jobs, who was core to convincing folks that products like the iPad were...

Rob Enderle
The State of the Technology Union
01/31/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1491 Words

In many ways, it mirrors the later IBM concept, which had the core module equipped with a screen and usable as a PDA (this was before smartphones; we were still in the pager years). The Atrix smartphone is the core of this...

Maria Verlengia
Soffront Offers a One-Stop Customer Service Shop
12/27/10 5:00 AM PT | CRM Buyer | 830 Words

The price includes most modules except the offline and PDA client. The customer portal is unlimited for $200 a month. The knowledge base is $100 a month. Soffront charges 15 percent for ongoing support.

The dashboards can be easily configured by employees...

Dana Gardner
The Data Center Retirement Plan
09/25/10 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1942 Words

Enterprises should well consider how they retire and recover value for their entire end-of-use IT equipment, whether it's a PDA or supercomputer , HP or non-HP product. Most data center transformations and consolidations typically end with a lot of excess or end-of-use...

Richard Adhikari
Amazon Kindles Lose Weight, Pack On Features
07/29/10 8:03 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 955 Words

Undermining your primary purpose to do additional things is how Microsoft lost the PDA and the MP3 battles against Palm and Apple, respectively, and Amazon appears unwilling to make that mistake," he explained.

"From Jeff Bezos' point of view, those people who...

Laura DiDio
Networks Without Borders: Getting Access and Security Right
04/21/10 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1528 Words

They can take their work with them wherever they are, and they don't have to worry about borrowing a notebook or PDA and ensuring that it's properly configured with the correct version."

MokaFive already has several dozen customers and prospects and is...

Dana Gardner
It's the Size of Your Data That Counts - and How You Use It
04/18/10 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1727 Words

Therefore anybody with a smartphone or PDA or laptop computer was going to be able to do heavy-duty analysis.

Of course, that hasn't happened. There is more limiting the wide use of BI than the tools themselves. One of the biggest issues...

Kimberly Hill
Palm's Fate Murky as Buyout Talk Swirls
04/12/10 3:29 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 659 Words

Which companies would most enliven the smartphone market by purchasing the company that nearly single-handedly developed the PDA space lo those many years ago? Prospective acquirers fall into several categories: PC manufacturers looking to get into the smartphone game; other mobile phone manufacturers...

Paul Hartsock
Sprint Steps Up to the 4G Plate
03/26/10 10:11 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2373 Words

When it created the old Palm Treo, it was one of the first times a company got a phone to mate successfully with a PDA in a marketable device. A handful of other players had their own smartphones as well, and pretty soon...

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