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It looks like those still hanging onto a slightly aging Palm OS device now have a new option that'll let 'em breath a bit of new life into it, as one Dmitry Grinberg has released a driver that adds SDHC card support to a whole host of the devices. That includes the Tungsten T, C, E2, and T5, the L...

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September 19, 2008 at 1:34PM
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It's about time we got back in the groove of things post CES, and not a moment too soon. Vista's finally officially landed (we never thought we'd see the day!), Verizon dropped the bomb that they passed on the iPhone (and had another, smaller, Rev. A-launch related bomb), Palm killed the LifeDrive, ...

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In a move that could be considered somewhat insensitive to those still grieving over Palm OS' official departure, Palm has now gone and axed a little bit more of itself, as the firm's once-popular LifeDrive device has been marked "end of life." Not even two full years after seeing the device get leg...

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Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a weekly column about the future of technology, multimedia, and digital entertainment: Digital convergence makes for some strange bedfellows; these often turn out to be little more than a one-thing fling. Last year, for example, Olympus fumbled after spe...

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A while back, I noted my first impressions about my new PalmOne LifeDrive. Now that I have spent several weeks, day in and day out, using the device as a PDA to work with my Mac (a PowerBook G4 12-inch), I have a few additional observations to make, and corrections of some of my original comments. ...

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