Google Android operating system and devices
- September 25, 2008
Android's launch device, the G1, has some neat features, but few of them make it a better enterprise phone.
- September 22, 2008
Palm recently announced that their long-anticipated next-generation Palm mobile operating system, commonly dubbed Palm OS II, would be running by mid-year 2009.
- July 02, 2008
Though Palm's smartphone sales are soaring and recovering, Palm as a whole has revenues down.
- June 06, 2008
Google's Android was demonstrated recently at the Google I/O conference.
- February 07, 2008
Android's development tools will be improved due to complaints and requests from the developers who are working on Google's mobile operating system.
- January 29, 2008
Contrary to typical Palm Inc. behavior, new head of Product Development Mike Bell has begun his new position without much publicity.
- July 13, 2005
According to one Linux vendor, the true value of open source goes far beyond the bottom line when it comes to mobile devices. In fact, it could be the panacea for running nearly any application across both mobile and fixed platforms.
- February 11, 2004
Amid growing competition from Microsoft and Symbian, the Palm organization is endorsing interoperability like never before. Experts say the OS-maker's freebie-focused strategy had made developing Palm applications much easier.
- February 04, 2004
Today there are a dizzying array of mobile platform choices, from Microsoft's .NET and Java, to niche frameworks offered by Pumatech Inc., Sybase's iAnywhere Solutions Inc., and others. But Jack Gold, a vice president with Stamford, Conn.-based Meta...
- December 09, 2003
Of the 11 million PDA sales, around 15% included wireless functionality, and that's set to double this next year. Of course the growth in wireless-enabled laptops, hotspots and general Wi-Fi hype is fueling interest, but perhaps something extra is ...
- October 21, 2003
Every so often, one of our readers takes issue with something we've published, and writes in to tell us about it.
- June 26, 2003
A recent deal between Palm and IBM will bring a mobile edition of WebSphere to Palm's Tungsten PDAs. But an analyst says Palm still has a tough task ahead of it.
- May 13, 2003
Bill Clinton tooted the sax -- Juan Alberto Belloch is tooting Linux's horn. The mayoral wannabe in Spain loves Linux so much, he's making it a campaign platform.