23 Results for



Psion concept reborn in PsiXpda

Smaller and more expensive than a Netbook, the PsiXpda will be very appealing to a small group of buyers.

By January 7, 2010


Psion, Intel settle 'Netbook' trademark dispute

PDA maker had registered the term in 1996 but had discontinued a product with the name earlier this decade. A dispute cropped up once the popularity of Netbooks skyrocketed last year.

By June 1, 2009


Fondly remembering the Psion 3mx

It's been a decade since the morning in 1999 when I took delivery of one of my all-time favourite gadgets -- the AA battery-powered Psion 3mx handheld

By March 23, 2009


Psion says Intel 'unjustly enriched' by Netbook

Psion answers Intel's claim that its use of the term "Netbook" is generic.

By March 2, 2009


Intel moves against Psion for 'Netbook' trademark

In legal filing, Intel is asking for a decision clarifying that "the use of 'netbook' does not infringe anyone's rights."

By February 25, 2009


Dell battles over 'Netbook' trademark

The PC maker asks the USPTO to cancel Canadian gadget maker's trademark, saying Psion doesn't make a product that actually uses the term.

By February 19, 2009


Psion's biggest shareholder pans Symbian sale

A company that holds 13 percent of Psion is the first to announce opposition to the planned sale of Psion's stake in the smart-phone joint venture to Nokia.

By March 5, 2004


Nokia grabs Psion's Symbian stake

Psion's decision to sell its chunk of Symbian could damage the operating system's chances of dominating the smart phone market. Now analysts believe Symbian looks like it's just Nokia's baby.

By February 9, 2004


Motorola to sell off its Symbian stake

The company plans to sell its ownership stake in leading smart-phone OS maker Symbian to fellow investors Nokia and Psion, opening it up to working with rival software developers.

By August 29, 2003


Psion backtracks on consumer plans

Despite initial reports, the English company now denies it will completely abandon the consumer handheld market.

By July 12, 2001