PALM's chief evangelist Paul Leeper is sold on the mobile computing vendor's latest product, the Tungsten W, but warns that Australians are not likely to get their hands on it soon.
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TOKYO (AP) Dell Computer Corp. said Tuesday it would introduce a handheld personal digital assistant device in the United States sometime next year.
The company had not yet decided a specific release date, company spokeswoman Risa Sakamoto said.
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Palm (Quote, Company Info) is gearing up for what may be a busy week for the handheld computer maker.
The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company Friday said it will be unveiling two new handhelds under its new sub-brand, Tungsten. The product announcements and launch event will be broadcast live on the Web.