Rumour: Dell’s Latitude Z notebook

September 21, 2009
Palm waves good-bye to Windows Mobile
Network World
John Cox writes about Palm’s OS plans for its smartphones.

“Palm is cancelling its reliance on Windows Mobile, which it adopted some years ago in an effort to expand the market for its handheld devices. Windows Mobile has powered the Treo line of Palm handhelds. Instead, the device maker is raising the stakes on its future but focusing soley and entirely on the webOS operating system introduced earlier this year on the Palm Pre and most recently with the Palm Pixi.”

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LG New Chocolate BL20 makes dramatic video debut
Donald Melanson provides details about LG’s New Chocolate BL20 phone.

“(A) promo video … shows off the new New Chocolate phone in all its swishing and swooping glory. That includes a brief look at the phone’s sliding keypad (it’s red), a quick once over of LG’s various widgets, confirmation of a five-megapixel camera, and a look a somewhat unique feature called Text Scan, which promises to let you capture clear images of notes or memos (though it doesn’t seem to provide actual character recognition).”

Dell Latitude Z series to include wireless charging?

Joseph L. Flatley describes Dell’s rumoured, but not yet confirmed, Latitude Z notebook device.

“The premium machine is said to feature a 16-inch display and ‘most likely, advanced wireless capabilities, perhaps even wireless charging.’ Apparently we can expect the machine to launch within the next few weeks, at a price point that is yet to be determined – although we’re guessing it ain’t going to be cheap.”

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