Tuesday, April 22, 2008
Rumor it may seems but a lot of activities are currently shot at Palm.
Word on the street (or via super-secret emails) is that Palm is about to begin beta testing on a fancy new device. Apparently, an email went out to select individuals calling for Sprint customers who will use Bluetooth devices and have access to WiFi. The email further requests that potential testers be "seasoned business professionals" who "commute and spend a ton of time working on email and on the phone."
From the sounds of things, the company is gearing up to road test its heavily rumored, WiFi-equipped Treo 800w, a Windows Mobile device likely sporting 6.1. If you don't know what we're talking about, it's that mildly dated looking deviceCES keynote that we've also seen in leaks recently. Nice going on the new spec and inclusion of WiFi (at long last) -- now how about some new form factors?
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Thursday, November 29, 2007
Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Friday, November 23, 2007
System Requirement are PalmOS 5.x, 320x320 or 320x480 screen resolution, approx. 3.9 Mb of free storage memory
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Tuesday, November 06, 2007
Palm's newest mobile portal designed for mobile or smartphone browsing is just as simple as it is. The portal, http://mobile.palm.com/us/, is mixed contents of News, Music, Palm and others encoded to further enhance your browsing experience just by using your device.
Sunday, November 04, 2007
Though only to be released in Europe(as of the moment), I find the design and edge of Treo 500v very practical and easy to fall with. A Palm device running on Windows Mobile V. 6 OS.
· Windows Mobile® 6 Standard software
· Full qwerty keyboard
· 3G/UMTS network
· Automatic delivery of Hotmail/MSN, Yahoo!, and Gmail, email as it arrives
· Microsoft® Direct Push technology for delivery of Outlook® email
· Access to Google Maps and eBay
· Vodafone live! for news, sports, and entertainment on the go
· Windows Media® Player Mobile for music and videos
· 2.0 megapixel camera captures video too
· 150MB of memory, expandable with microSD expansion card
Thursday, October 18, 2007
Enough for a substantial no. of channels to be installed. And speaking of channel selection. I make sure I have channels that tackles and bring information about world news, health, music, & technology. But if you want a huge collections of channels, you need to upgrade your account to 8 MB and an expanded daily sync limit of 80MB, up from 20MB for free accounts for a price of USD19.95 per year.