Latest Palm Pixi Stories

2015-01-06 08:38:26

- Supports Firefox, Android and Windows HONG KONG, Jan.

2015-01-02 12:22:20

- 4G LTE connectivity is now within everyone's reach HONG KONG, Jan.

2010-09-03 11:20:00

Verizon Wireless customers who don't want to commit to long-term service contracts will now be able to prepay for smartphone service, the company announced on Thursday.

2010-06-02 09:17:00

HOUSTON, June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Voxofon - a leading provider of mobile IP-based communication services - is extending its communication platform with support for the new Windows® Phone 7 by Microsoft® when it becomes available later this year, allowing users of the new smartphone to make long distance calls directly from their smartphones at up to 98% savings over traditional telecom prices.

2010-04-29 06:50:00

Palm Inc, a one-time innovator in the smartphone market that has struggled in recent years, will be purchased by Hewlett-Packard Inc (HP), the two companies have announced.

2010-04-12 12:13:33

Bloomberg reports that smartphone maker Palm Inc is planning to sell itself and is now looking for offers for the company as early as this week.

2010-04-05 09:01:00

- You can find this press-release online: http://www.spb.com/press/pressreleases/2010/apr05.html - Press-release picture: http://www.spb.com/about/pressreleases/images/spb_tv_palm.png - SPB TV for webOS product page: http://www.spb.com/webos-software/tv/ - SPB TV for webOS screenshots: http://www.spb.com/webos-software/tv/screenshots.html SPB Software, a leading mobile applications and games developer announces the release of SPB TV for webOS.

2010-03-22 08:30:00

DALLAS, March 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- AT&T* today further cemented its status as the U.S. leader in smartphones by announcing an expansion of its industry-leading lineup to include the Palm® Pre(TM) Plus and Palm Pixi(TM) Plus.

2010-03-20 07:30:00

Palm Inc repotted low sales figures on Thursday amidst a time of rough competition within the smartphone market.

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