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Palm Foleo Companion Mobile is like a mini-laptop to use with Smartphone PDA Cellphones

Palm Foleo Companion Mobile is like a mini-laptop to use with Smartphone PDA Cellphones

Palm Foleo Companion Mobile w/ smartphone - Palm Inc.

[Best Syndication] There now seems to be a place for mini-laptop computers, finally, we see a potential for these miniature down-sized laptops with the unveiling of the Palm Foleo which brings compatibility with the smartphones. While the Palm Foleo is not a full blown computer, it is a Bluetooth compatible device that might lead to the sale of real mini computer laptops.

Now people that are on the go and have to frequently answer emails, and browse the web can do so without lugging around a large full sized laptop computer. Instead the downsized Foleo is made small enough to be easy to move around with, yet large enough to have a keyboard and a larger display to view websites with ease.

The company announced that the retail price should be $499 after an introductory $100 rebate. The Foleo mobile is expected to be released this summer.

Microsoft new Surface Computing Launched – Where to Find it in the Fall

Microsoft new Surface Computing Launched – Where to Find it in the Fall

Microsoft Surface - Microsoft

Microsoft Surface computer will be coming soon to a hotel, restaurant, retail stores, or a casino soon. Travelers can look up things to do in the area, maps, dining, or comparison price shop with a table top screen that interacts with gestures, touch and with physical objects. You can expect to see some of this technology by the end of this year.

Surface will have a 30 inch display laid flat on a built in table like kiosk. It gives it a friendly user interface that will make it easier for small groups to use at the same time.

For fun you could have digital finger painting, while you wait for your hostess to serve you at the restaurant. You would be able to reorder a beverage without summoning your waiter or waitress.

Microsoft Takes Aim At Open Source Community – Wants Royalties For Free Linux Software and Applications

Microsoft Take Aim At Open Source Community – Wants Royalties For Free Linux Software and Applications

Ballmer and Gates

(Best Syndication) As free open source software continues to take a bite out of Microsoft profits, the company last week claimed that the developers and users are violating their patent protection. Although the company appears to be pointing the finger at others for misdeeds, Microsoft may only be trying to protect their profits.

The company lost out on a bid for DoubleClick recently sparking complaints against Google. Now they are pointing their finger at the Linux open source community. This free software could be the biggest threat to their core business, which has already seen competition especially in their Windows server and Internet applications.

Dell Inc. will start selling Desktop Computers Retail at Wal-Mart Stores

Dell Inc. will start selling Desktop Computers Retail at Wal-Mart Stores

[Best Syndication] Dell Inc. has been a direct sales computer manufacturer, this will be a dramatic change for the company in a month when they begin to distribute their computers to Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

Dell has made the decision to sell through retail to help boost sales. The core business for Dell in the past has been to sell desktop computers to commercial users. The last few years they have seen a decline in the demand for business computer sales.

There has been an increase of personal laptop computers being purchased at retail stores. Dell realized that if they want to restore their number one rank and out sell Hewlett Packard that they need to change their marketing and distribution strategies.

Google Co-Founder Sergey Brin Marries 23andMe Co-Founder Anne Wojcicki – Makes Small Investment In Her Biotech Company

Google Co-Founder Sergey Brin Marries 23andMe Co-Founder Anne Wojcicki – Makes Small Investment In Her Biotech Company

Anne and Sergey

(Best Syndication) Google has invested a small amount of money, 3.9 million US dollars, in the “personal genetics company” 23andMe. The firm’s co-founder is the wife of Google co-founder Sergey Brin. It was learned that Brin and Anne Wojcicki were married earlier this month.

Other investors in the company include Genentech, Inc., MDV-Mohr Davidow Ventures and New Enterprise Associates. “Achieving this significant funding milestone enables us to move forward with our core mission of connecting people with their genetic information,” said Linda Avey, co-founder of 23andMe.

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