Handspring Delays Treo
Jan 24, 2002, 12:39 PM by (staff)
Handspring has delayed the US introduction of its all-in-one communicator device, the Treo, citing the shortage of an important component. The Treo, which combines features of a Web-enabled cellphone, an organizer and a messaging gadget, will go on sale on Handspring's web site in February and in stores in March, the company said. The company had planned to begin shipping to the United States this month. Small-scale production of the Treo began in December, but those units were shipped to Europe and Asia.
HTC and Under Armour Launch Fitness Kit
Jan 5, 2016
Under Armour and HTC today announced UA HealthBox, a $400 box containing a suite of health and fitness hardware designed to work with the UA Record app for Android and iOS. The core device is the UA Band wrist wearable, which tracks basic heart rate and activity.
Google Flights to Predict Delays
Jan 31, 2018
Google today improved its Google Flights tool by adding the ability to predict flight delays. The company is pairing historical flight data with machine learning algorithms to determine delays before the airline itself can.
Microsoft Makes Inviting People to Meetings A Breeze
Sep 24, 2015
Microsoft's Garage lab has churned out another productivity-minded application, this time for the iPhone. Invite is an iOS-first app that purports to simplify the process of inviting others to meetings.
U.S. Carriers Share Galaxy S9 and S9+ Launch Plans and Pricing
Feb 25, 2018
All four major carriers in the U.S. plan to sell the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ beginning in March.
HTC and Under Armour Prepping a Connected Scale
Dec 1, 2015
HTC and Under Armour are collaborating on a scale, according to documents seen on the Bluetooth Special Interest Group web site. The Bluetooth SIG revealed a product named "UA Scale" with a description that reads "HTC and UA provide a Bluetooth scale to measure weight and body fat." The device has a Bluetooth 4.1 radio onboard, ostensibly so it can to connect to nearby smartphones and/or wearables.