Palm's new Tungstens mean business Video
ZDNet's Patrick Houston takes a look at the newly updated Zire from Palm, which features more memory and the Palm 5 operating system.
The Palm Tungsten T3 combines powerful business and multimedia features with a Schwarzenegger-size screen.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston takes a look at the newly released version of the Sony Vaio W500, which features TV, personal video recording and stereo functions along with a 17-inch display all in one unit.
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.
News.com's Ian Fried talks with Palm's David Christopher about the company's Tungsten devices. The two new handhelds feature hardware designs unlike those of previous Palm models.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston asks STMicroelectronics how its embedded software will enable users to control a game with a glove.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston looks at the Linux-based iPronto digital display, which acts as a remote control and an Internet browser.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston checks out the Gyration optical mouse, which uses radio frequency transmission to work without wires or a mouse pad.si
ZDNet's Patrick Houston checks out the Gyration optical mouse, which uses radio frequency transmission to work without wires or a mouse pad.
ZDNet's Patrick Houston talks with NetGear about its Ethernet adapter, which allows home networking through the use of power lines.