Article archive for 2000 – Page 9

Saturday, July 1, 2000

Former Palm device user takes the Pocket PC path

Wonder where we’ve been? One reader has, and he dropped us a line just to check up on us. He also explains why former Palm device users have little choice, when it comes to upgrading, than to switch to Microsoft’s powerful Pocket PC.

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Saturday, July 1, 2000

Shoulder the burden of personal electronics with e-Holster

As more and more personal electronics become a necessary part of our lives, we’re quickly running out of places to carry them all. Purses and briefcases get overstuffed, pockets overflow, and belts get congested to the point of absurdity. One company has come up with a solution in the form of a shoulder harness called the e-Holster. Here, Michael Compeau and his dog Baily review this new personal electronics accessory that will appeal to everyone’s inner Dirty Harry.

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Saturday, July 1, 2000

Welcome to Pocket PC Life Magazine

While Windows CE users will continue to enjoy their devices, with the release of the Pocket PC, Microsoft will be gradually de-emphasizing the Windows CE brand. And so, we find ourselves needing to change our branding as well. In this important editorial, Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz announces the evolution of Windows CE Power into the exciting, brand-spanking-new Pocket PC Life Magazine.

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Saturday, July 1, 2000

Resources for doctors and lawyers and such

In July’s Pocket PC Life Site of the Month, Steve Niles reviews two companion sites for doctors and lawyers who use Personal Digital Assistants in the course of their professions. If you’re a member of the legal or health care community, read here to find out where you can get PDA news, reviews, tips, and tutorials geared just for your life.

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Saturday, July 1, 2000

Can a handheld replace a laptop?

Are your chiropractor bills getting out of hand because you’ve been lugging around a bulky laptop and its assorted paraphernalia? Maybe you’ve been wondering if it’d be possible to replace your laptop with the compact convenience of your Palm device. Jeff Carlson takes a look at the hardware and software available for your PDA that just might make the switch possible.

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Saturday, July 1, 2000

Avoid insulin shock and fix your clock

Diabetes and time traveling Palm devices are the subjects of this month’s edition of Letters to the Editor. PalmPower’s Editor-In-Chief David Gewirtz answers a distress call from a diabetic woman wondering if there’s an application available that can help her track her medication, and Senior Technical Editor Claire Pieterek finds the solution to an undocumented Palm OS bug.

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Saturday, July 1, 2000

Resources for doctors and lawyers and such

In July’s PalmPower Site of the Month, Steve Niles reviews two companion sites for doctors and lawyers who use Personal Digital Assistants in the course of their professions. If you’re a member of the legal or health care community, read here to find out where you can get PDA news, reviews, tips, and tutorials geared just for your life.

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Saturday, July 1, 2000

Palm OS thrives at PC Expo

With so much to see at PC Expo, it’s good to set priorities. In his report from the showroom floor, Steve Niles takes you on a tour of the Handspring, Sony, and Palm, Inc. booths to see what’s new in the world of Palm OS-based devices.

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Saturday, July 1, 2000

Palm’s little instruction book

It’s one of life’s great mysteries why books written about something as compact and convenient as the Palm device turn out being so big and unwieldy. An end has been put to that trend, however, with the publication of The Little Palm Book by Corbin Collins. Denise Watkins reviews this handy book that acts as a friendly introduction to the world of Palm computing.

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Saturday, July 1, 2000

Parody: Palm IX hits retail stores, wows consumers

This parody originally appeared in The Motley Fool. We found it so amusing, we had to share it with you.

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