Palm, once a leader, seeks path in smartphone jungle
New York Times, August 26, 2008
The market for Smartphones is becoming fierce, with Blackberry and the new iPhone competing for consumer attention. Now Palm is attempting to make a reentry into the market with the new Treo Pro. The Treo Pro is slimmer and more elegant than current models, and its larger keyboard and screen that is flush with the phone's chassis make it more user-friendly than Palm's old calculator-like design, according to this New York Times article.
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