Comments: 0Wednesday, February 28th 2007 - 20:31 CET
Palm, Inc. and Tolven Inc. announced the availability of open source electronic Personal Health Record (ePHR) solutions on Palm Treo smartphones. The Tolven ePHR, an intuitive web-based application, lets users create, view, store and share extensive healthcare information, including medical history, medication lists, doctor’s orders, laboratory results and immunization records - or simply monitor and capture blood glucose levels in the privacy of their homes. With Treo smartphones, patients, their families and clinicians can securely connect to health records via the Internet virtually anywhere.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, February 27th 2007 - 22:56 CET
Palm, Inc. announced that the San Diego Police Department, a department serving one of the 10 most populated cities in the United States, has deployed Palm Treo 700w smartphones throughout its workforce. SDPD’s Treo smartphone solution puts more officers in the field, reduces time spent at subdivisions on desktop computers accessing information, lightens device load and keeps dispersed field officers connected. It’s also an easy solution for the new technology department to maintain. The beaming feature lets technology officers load all the applications and complete setup in just three minutes.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, February 27th 2007 - 21:47 CET
Verizon Wireless and Palm, Inc. announced the availability of the Palm Treo 700wx smartphone running Microsoft's Windows Mobile 5.0 with Direct Push Technology, adding another choice to Palm's current EV-DO product offerings for Verizon Wireless customers. The Treo 700wx smartphone combines broadband-like speeds on Verizon Wireless' high-speed network with wireless e-mail and rich media capabilities all in one -- bringing Palm's world-class ease of use to the Windows Mobile platform. The Treo 700wx has a full QWERTY keyboard for easy messaging, a 1.3 megapixel camera, a bright 240 x 240 touch screen and support for Bluetooth stereo headsets.
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Comments: 0Monday, February 26th 2007 - 20:11 CET
The Me Inc. mobile division of The SCO Group, Inc. ("SCO"), a leading provider of mobile services, announced the availability of the free trial version of Shout Postcard, a new mobile service that lets users quickly and easily share life's experiences on-the-go through photos, text and voice. Designed initially for Palm(R) Treo smart phones, Shout Postcard features a colorful, easy-to-use interface that helps users quickly combine a photo, a recorded audio message up to a minute long, and text to create a personalized, multimedia postcard that can then be sent to family, friends, co-workers and social networks. Shout Postcard includes many unique features that integrate with Palm Treo phones based on the Palm OS platform.
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Comments: 0Monday, February 26th 2007 - 19:28 CET
Palm and Claro announced the availability of the Palm Treo 680 smartphone in El Salvador. The Palm Treo 680 smartphone GSM/GPRS/EDGE quad-band world phone, running on the Palm OS, boasts Palm's hallmark ease of use. Slim, compact, and packed with features beyond its stellar phone capability - such as email, web browsing, messaging, multimedia, calendar, contacts and more - the Treo 680 will keep any user productive. With the introduction of the Treo 680 smartphone, Palm is targeting new users in the rapidly growing smartphone and feature-phone markets. The Palm Treo 680 will offer a simple and fun way to get started and stay connected.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, February 6th 2007 - 21:00 CET
Palm, Inc. announced the Palm Treo 750 smartphone, previously available on Vodafone’s 3G/UMTS network since September 2006 in the UK and across much of Western Europe, will be made generally available across Europe via Palm’s online store and from retail outlets in the coming month, beginning Feb. 6. This move broadens the customer base that will be able to benefit from the Palm experience on Microsoft’s Windows Mobile 5.0 operating system and adds HSDPA capability, underlining Palm’s commitment to its European customers. The Treo 750 combines the hallmark Palm experience of a multifeatured mobile phone with email, messaging, web browsing and organization software all in a compact design.
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Comments: 0Saturday, February 3rd 2007 - 02:04 CET
Palm, Inc. and Vivo launch the Palm Treo 700wx smartphone, the first Treo smartphone in Brazil that runs Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC Phone Edition. Now available on Vivo’s 3G network, the Treo 700wx combines a great mobile phone, comprising the functionality and ease of use for which Treo smartphones are known, with the power and security of Windows Mobile favored by many businesses. In addition, the Treo 700wx, which will be sold through Vivo retail stores, uses Vivo Smart Mail, which allows users to send and receive email remotely.
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Comments: 0Friday, January 26th 2007 - 02:17 CET
Alltel Wireless, America’s largest network, and Palm, a leader in mobile computing, announced availability of the Palm Treo 700p smartphone. The 700p offers hardware and software innovations centered around usability, connectivity, multimedia and compatibility, designed to take advantage of the fast data speeds of Alltel’s Axcess Broadband network. “The Treo 700p adds another Palm OS Treo smartphone to our product portfolio, and joins the Windows Mobile based Treo 700wx,” said Wade McGill, senior vice president of product management for Alltel Wireless. “With its robust feature set and ease-of-use functionality, the Treo 700p will meet the demands of Alltel’s business customers who need to remain connected and productive while on the go.”
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Comments: 0Friday, January 26th 2007 - 01:37 CET
Palm, Inc. announced availability of Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync Update for Palm OS devices for the Palm Treo 680 and Treo 700p smartphones. Palm OS based Treo smartphones have long been able to use Exchange ActiveSync to access Microsoft Exchange Server information using Palm’s VersaMail email client. The new update enhances VersaMail by adding Microsoft’s Direct Push Technology, which gives users connected to an Exchange Server fast, automatic wireless updates of email, calendar and contact information.
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Comments: 0Friday, January 26th 2007 - 00:17 CET
Palm and Orange have announced the Palm Treo 680 smartphone, running on the Palm OS platform. The Treo 680 smartphone is ideal for the professional consumer who wants a more advanced phone experience, including access to email, web browsing, messaging and a range of features that are easy to use. “Orange is pleased to bring the new Palm OS Treo smartphone to its customers in Switzerland,” said Sebastian Petit, product manager, Orange. “The Treo 680 empowers users with a mobile connection to their email, calendar and contacts, as well as web browsing, messaging, multimedia, and more. We believe the Treo 680 smartphone, combined with the Orange Business Mail offering, will serve our customers’ needs and help expand our customer base.”
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