Demand for e-mail and Internet features boosts converged devices shipment

Demand for e-mail and Internet features boosts converged devices shipment

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEA growing consumer appetite for converged devices boosted last years sales of smart phones to over 64...

February 27th, 2007

OpenWorld: Cisco sees networks, collaboration as key IT, biz drivers

OpenWorld: Cisco sees networks, collaboration as key IT, biz drivers

John Chambers, the chief executive officer of networking giant Cisco Systems Inc., was in fine evangelical mode Tuesday, laying out...

October 24th, 2006 China Martens

New Razr-like Morotola Q a tidy package

New Razr-like Morotola Q a tidy package

Following up on the success of its stylish Razr cell phone, Motorola has brought its Motorola Q, or Moto Q,...

July 20th, 2006 Jeff Jedras

Palm, Microsoft target businesses with new Treo

Palm, Microsoft target businesses with new Treo

The new Treo smart phone running Windows Mobile 5.0 will help both Palm Inc. and Microsoft Corp. persuade more enterprises...

September 26th, 2005 Elizabeth Montalbano

HP’s smart phone efforts heat up

HP’s smart phone efforts heat up

Building on the success of a PDA (personal digital assistant) launched last year that offered mobile phone and Wi-Fi functions,...

February 2nd, 2005 Tom Krazit

Palm buys Handspring, aiming at converged devices

Palm buys Handspring, aiming at converged devices

Palm Inc. Wednesday announced its intention to buy Handspring Inc. in a deal that will expand Palm's presence in the...

June 4th, 2003 Tom Krazit and Gillian Law

Wireless switching paves new application path

Wireless switching paves new application path

Enterprise application vendors are catching the pervasive-computing bug. Following the porting of enterprise-grade applications to PDAs, advances in network switching...

April 10th, 2003 Heather Havenstein

Certicom secures wireless transactions with movian products

Certicom secures wireless transactions with movian products

Transmitting data wirelessly is a risky business, but on Monday Microsoft Corp.'s Pocket Outlook packets became more secure when Certicom...

March 16th, 2003 Rebecca Reid