Palm Pre Hoopla Sparking Future Smart Phone Demand

A large proportion of consumers surveyed have indicated they will make smart phones their next mobile devices, as the June 6 release of the Palm Pre only accentuates ever-growing demand. Find out other findings about changing mareketplace dynamics from the latest Yankee Group Report.

Show Your Cell Phone and Board Your Flight -- Without A Paper Ticket

American Airlines customers departing from six airports can save time choosing to receive boarding passes electronically on their mobile phones or PDAs. Find out which three airports recently unveiled the service, to bring the total to six, and learn all about how it works.

Palm Pre Kick-Off Courts Enterprise Users

Sprint and Palm are emphasizing the enterprise benefits of the device and its webOS platform. Some 50,000 devices were reportedly sold in the U.S. during the weekend launch.

Summer Smartphone Smackdown 2009

It's shaping up to be an exciting summer for smartphone fanboys (and girls). Rumor, gossip and innuendo abound. There is probably somebody in Vegas already making book on all of this.
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