Posts tagged palm
Frequent readers of this site know that I’m quite passionate about webOS, the operating system that drives the Palm Pre and Pixi. For many businesses developing smartphone apps, webOS is commonly at the bottom of the list.
Deciding which smartphone is right for you and your business is not a simple task. Many people rely on advertising and what colleagues are using to make their choice, rarely taking the time to not only research all their options, but in many cases failing to actually hold devices in a showroom. Here’s 10 tips on finding the right mobile device.
Palm’s half-price sale is over, but I still recommend these top business/utility apps for your Palm webOS device.
I’m pretty selfish when it comes to my Palm Pre Plus. I want it to do so many things that make my life even easier. Believe me, it’s already saved my bacon a number of times, but why stop there?
Here are 10 features/apps I really, REALLY want!
Technology is supposed to make our lives easier, but it’s no surprise that many executives claim they’re actually working harder than ever before. Perhaps they’re just not using technology to their advantage. If you have a Palm Pre or Palm Pixi, the rewards for time investment are quite rich – the devices are fully functional
I talk a great deal about Palm’s webOS because I rely heavily on it for business. With the ever-growing need to stay connected and organized, more and more business people need to adopt mobile devices. That doesn’t mean, though, that we need to work harder; we simply need to work smarter.
If you’ve ever encountered a Palm user, you may have experienced what some my call an obsession with devices, especially webOS. And, you’d be right. Call it a crusade against all other smartphones (again, you’d be right), but when it comes right down to it, Palm webOS users aren’t just committed to a company name
It’s no secret, I love webOS, which is the driving force on my Palm device. You know what else I love? Word of mouth… You know who else loves this type of marketing? Yep, Apple.
Keep in mind that while HP can bring in the capital and the marketing experience, word of mouth is still key in selling just about anything. So if you love webOS and want to see it hit the big time, here’s 10 things you can do.
Probably the most exciting tech announcement of 04/28/2010 was HP’s plan to buy Palm for just over $1 billion. Palm has the experience, HP has the global market. Hopefully, HP will take note of what works for Palm. Call this my “HP Plea…” even though I’m just a user…
I was convinced my 40th Birthday came and went like any other. Then, four days later, I was surprised – not just with friends and family, but another version of “me”.