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Palm's Foleo a follower, not a leader

Anything that takes a three-year step back in performance, such as Palm's ill-fated Foleo device, can't be considered a blueprint for the future of the subnotebook, which was around long before Palm announced its mobile companion.

By Feb. 21, 2008

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Palm's Foleo gone, but idea isn't

Start-up Celio is pitching a smartphone companion that's reminiscent of the ill-fated Palm product, but addresses some of its shortcomings.

By Sep. 12, 2008

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Palm puts Foleo on hold

Glaskowsky explains why Palm's cancellation of the first-generation Foleo platform is probably just as well.

By Sep. 5, 2007

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Palm Foleo: What is this thing?

Palm's latest device takes mobile computing back to a time when laptops weren't phones and phones weren't laptops. Is this really the future?

By Jun. 1, 2007

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Photos: Palm Foleo

A photo gallery of the new Palm Foleo mobile companion.

By May. 30, 2007

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Photos: Palm Foleo

Today, Palm cofounder Jeff Hawkins unveiled the company's latest project at the D5 conference in Carlsbad, Calif.: the Palm Foleo. A companion product for smart phones, the Linux-based Foleo looks like an ultraportable laptop and is designed to let you more easily view and edit e-mail and office documents, among other things. Find out more about the device and get a closer look at the Foleo here.

11 Images By May. 30, 2007

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Palm cancels first-generation Foleo

Palm founder Jeff Hawkins' "best idea ever" won't see the light of day, as the company has decided to cancel the poorly received Foleo.

By Sep. 4, 2007

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More time needed for Palm's Foleo

Stripped-down laptop, which was supposed to launch this week, needs a little more time after the discovery of some glitches.

By Aug. 23, 2007

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Palm Foleo: It's hardware for Webware

The Foleo is not an obvious winner... until you try it.

By May. 30, 2007

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Palm Foleo: Not such a dumb concept after all?

Asus, Everex, and soon perhaps even Hewlett-Packard and Acer, are making subnotebooks for niche markets. And we probably owe a small debt to the Foleo for that.

By Feb. 21, 2008