Palm forges new Tungsten handhelds Video
In an exclusive Face to Face interview with CNET editors, PalmSource CEO David Nagel talks about competition with Microsoft in the handheld market and his company's planned split with Palm.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston checks out the Palm Tungsten T3 and E models, which tout more power, new display features and upgraded personal information management software for the business user.
The Palm Tungsten T3 combines powerful business and multimedia features with a Schwarzenegger-size screen.
Palm interim CEO Eric Benhamou sits down with CNET Radio's Brian Cooley, News.com's Ian Fried and ZDNet's Dan Farber to talk about management changes, competition with Microsoft, and handheld innovation.
CNET's Roger Hibbert gives CNET's Brian Cooley a first look at the new Palm Tungsten T2, which comes with 32MB of memory, twice that of its predecessor. The device includes a new "transflective" display, built-in Bluetooth wireless capability and several multimedia features.
CNET's Brian Cooley takes a look at two new Palm handhelds: the Zire 71, with an integrated camera, and the Tungsten C, with built-in Wi-Fi networking.
PalmOne has released a Bluetooth Global Positioning System car kit for the Tungsten T3 and the recently released Zire 72. David Berlind takes a closer look at the latest Zires and the new Navigator attachment with PalmOne product manager Raj Doshi.
With a high-resolution color screen, a sleek design, an expansion card slot, and a $199 price tag, the Tungsten E will hit the handheld sweet spot for many consumers.
Palm's interim CEO talks about the company's changing leadership and why he believes Palm Solutions and PalmSource will be successful as separate companies.
Palm's interim CEO talks about what he calls the "second phase" of the handheld era and how new chip technology will help Palm create products better geared for business.