Developers get access to Palm

Developers get access to Palm

 Smartphone maker Palm plans to open a full-scale developer program to encourage third-party applications for its webOS platform by the...

October 6th, 2009 Jeremy Kirk

Smartphone OS smackdown

Smartphone OS smackdown

Does the world need another smartphone operating system? Apple's iPhone OS is still booming; Google's Android is increasingly promising; and...

June 4th, 2009 Harry McCracken

Android narrowly trails iPhone in open source app race

Android narrowly trails iPhone in open source app race

Despite launching on the T-Mobile G1 with little mainstream fanfare, Google Inc.’s Android OS appears to have gained strong interest...

February 25th, 2009 Rafael Ruffolo

Handheld PC sales drop 53 per cent year-over-year

Handheld PC sales drop 53 per cent year-over-year

For the past four years, demand for handheld devices without cellular connectivity has been dropping, and the latest IDC figures...

February 13th, 2008 Greg Meckbach

Showcasing DLP – Samsung HL-S6187W

Showcasing DLP – Samsung HL-S6187W

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEThe increased demand for widescreen HDTVs has led manufacturers to experiment with and (in some cases) adopt...

November 22nd, 2006 Joaquim P. Menezes

Phones starting to outsmart laptops

Phones starting to outsmart laptops

Last month, I attended a press conference by Palm and Microsoft where they rolled out their latest Treo 700wx smartphone...

November 9th, 2006 Jim Ducharme

The 50 greatest gadgets of the past 50 years

The 50 greatest gadgets of the past 50 years

11. Sony PlayStation 2 (2000)Sure, the Nintendo 64 and Sega Dreamcast were fun machines, but Sony's PlayStation 2 brought gaming...

October 4th, 2006 Dan Tynan

Palm’s new source

Palm’s new source

META Trend: By 2007/08, 65% of enterprises will have wireless applications deployed, with mobile devices outnumbering traditional PCs. Device diversity,...

June 7th, 2005 Jack Gold

Fraud surge incites Japan

Fraud surge incites Japan

Following a rise in fraud and public pressure, many of Japan’s financial institutions are turning to technology to make it...

May 15th, 2005 Paul Kallender