Source: Network World Fusion
Later this year, enterprise users of Palm OS devices for the first time will get a fully equipped Web browser with the Palm OS operating system.
A release of the upcoming Palm OS 5 will feature a "traditional" Web browser to enable users to access the whole of the Web, said Steve Sakoman, chief product officer of PalmSource, Palm's operating system division. PalmSource is licensing the browser from a third party that he declined to name.
Source: The Register
Palm finally has a modern, 32bit operating system to boast about, but has staggered the roadmap so that most of the gain - and most of the pain for developers - is deferred until the next major release.
"The next OS release will be even bigger - a lot bigger in terms of new APIs," said PalmSource's David Fetter. PalmSource is the new name for the software side of Palm, Inc.
Source: Information Week
L33tdawg: Blackberry's are waaaaayyyyyy cool. I remember jooz telling me about them quite some time ago. Unfortunately, I've yet to see them for sale here in Malaysia. Then again, it could just be that I haven't looked hard enough.
Massachusetts state troopers working at Boston's Logan Airport now have wireless access to the National Crime Information Center thanks to technology from Aether that delivers data to BlackBerry handheld devices.