Palm is back (sort of), and it built a tiny smartphone sidekick
But does anyone need a second phone like this?
Photos leak of a 3.3-inch Palm-branded Android phone
TCL's first 'Palm' device could resemble an old one -- HP's 4-inch Veer.
Samsung envisions phones that read your palm
You could get hints at your password without getting an obvious clue.
TCL is reportedly reviving Palm with new devices in 2018
They’ll probably run Android since LG owns webOS, which Palm first built for its own gadgets.
Chinese TV giant TCL brings Palm Inc. back to life
Prepare to be transported back to 2005. Chinese electronics maker TCL (which sells smartphones aro...
HP calls time, will shut down webOS support on January 15th, 2015
Still hauling that Palm Pre around without a care in the world? Sorry to say but there's a nasty s...
From beginning to breakup: a history of HP's highs and lows
HP's recent decision to split into two companies is undoubtedly a big deal. It's a cornerstone of...
Switched On: Return of the digital hub
Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology. In the heyday o...
Fujitsu's palm-scanning laptops won't be fooled by severed limbs
For all the popularity of fingerprint scanners, Fujitsu believes that it can go one better. The Ja...