Palm, best known as the pioneering manufacturer of the first mainstream personal digital assistant (PDA) in the early ’00s, is making a comeback with a new phone. The new phone is about the size of a credit card and is supposed to work in tandem with your existing regular-sized smartphone. […]
A new Palm device could be on the way before the end of 2018. Filings spotted by both Android Police and Android Authority point to a new Palm smartphone with the model name PVG100. The device will reportedly have Bluetooth 4.2, will run Android 8.1 Oreo, and will support 2.4GHx […]
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Today, January 9, marks the ten-year anniversary since the late Apple chief Steve Jobs appeared on stage in San Francisco to unveil the original iPhone. While Apple’s device was not the first to combine computing and telephony, its immediate popularity brought smartphones to the masses. With the iPhone 7, Apple […]
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BlackBerry was up 15% today after it got a ringing endorsement from Bernstein Research. Bernstein slapped a $22 price target on the stock based mostly on the notion that investors don’t fully appreciate how big the BlackBerry 10 launch will be.
Research In Motion investors have been laughing all the way to the bank over the past several months.
[credit provider=”Joe Seer / Shutterstock.com” url=”http://www.shutterstock.com/gallery-751606p1.html?cr=00&pl=edit-00″] The world isn’t exactly holding its breath for a smartphone from PC maker Hewlett-Packard. It turns out that’s a good thing.While Meg Whitman insists that HP will eventually sell smartphones, she’s in no hurry to enter the market.
This chart on the U.S. smartphone market from Nielsen has a double whammy of bad news for Microsoft and Nokia.
Dell (DELL) is going “back to the drawing board” on the supposed new Dell Phone, one analyst says. Does this mean Dell might try to buy Palm (PALM)?
[credit provider=”Flickr/Global X” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/globalx/5431350817/sizes/o/in/photostream/”] When HP bought Palm in April 2010, the company planned to give Palm products three years to succeed, according to a former executive.But after Leo Apotheker took over, the company changed directions and pulled the plug almost two years early.
[credit provider=”Flickr” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/quantumdriver/2895636850/”] Carrier IQ — that company that builds software to let carriers and others track what you do on your phone — has come up with a new scheme: let the phone owners see what it sees.The company is marketing this brainchild as a self-help application.
[credit provider=”Alberto Savoia”] Entrepreneurs spend millions of dollars and waste time building products people would never ever want.However, Google’s Alberto Savoia thinks there’s a better way to start a company and avoid this nightmare.
[credit provider=”AP”] HP has confirmed that Jon Rubinstein has left the company.Rubinstein has no plans that he’s disclosed at this time.
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