PalmOne Refocuses on Smartphones
Jan 21, 2004, 7:26 PM by (staff)
PalmOne today announced plans to increase development efforts on smartphone products, shifting investment away from non-phone handhelds. The company acquired Handspring last year, and recently released the well-received Treo 600 smartphone.
Motorola President Rick Osterloh to Leave Lenovo
Lenovo today said Rick Osterloh will leave the company amid an internal reorganization. Osterloh has headed Motorola's efforts within Lenovo since the Chinese firm acquired Motorola from Google in 2014.
HTC to Pursue Array of Connected Devices
HTC plans to broaden the scope of its business during the course of 2015 to include more connected devices across its portfolio. HTC pointed to the recent release of the RE camera and its partnership with Under Armour as examples spearheading its new efforts.
Opera Picks Up SurfEasy for Secure Browsing
Opera today announced that it has acquired a Toronto-based company called SurfEasy. The company provides an easy-to-use VPN for protecting customers' online privacy and security on smartphones.
Sony Mobile CEO Says Company Committed to Smartphones
Hiroki Totoki, the President and CEO of Sony Mobile, said the company has no plans to exit the smartphone business. Totoki covered a wide range of topics during an interview with Arabian Business.