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Palm, Handspring battle for elbow room

Palm has its hands full, battling Handspring for market share and keeping lawsuits at bay. But will handheld viruses become the real challenge for PDA makers?

Palm has its hands full, battling Handspring for market share and keeping lawsuits at bay. But will handheld viruses become the real challenge for PDA makers?
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Palm's new double threat
Carl Yankowski, CEO, Palm
Handspring chips away at Palm market
video Handspring, which licenses the Palm OS, steals two percentage points of market share away from Palm itself.
March 19, 2001, 1:00 p.m. PT 
Palm denies patent-infringement charge
Slapped by NCR with a lawsuit for alleged patent infringement, the handheld device maker says the case has no merit.
March 19, 2001, 7:55 a.m. PT 
Handhelds: Here come the bugs?
Even though there are less than a handful of ineffectual viruses and Trojan horses on mobile devices, security companies think now is the time to push their wares.
March 19, 2001, 4:00 a.m. PT 
Palm debuts slim handhelds
Following through on a promise to add versatility to its product line, Palm is debuting two new models that add a postage stamp-size expansion slot.
March 18, 2001, 9:01 p.m. PT