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Palmo

A Spanish measure of length approximately equivalent to 8.2 inches. It is largely obsolete.
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Astoria is in the infancy of becoming an area like Park Slope," Palmos said.
Four new educational software applications for PalmOS handheld computers are now available in this productivity tool suite.
Since 1997, PalmGear has firmly held its position as the world's largest and longest running commercial Internet site devoted to third-party software solutions for the PalmOS platform.
which started in 1999 with the release of Mapopolis for the PalmOS which only supported locating streets and intersections.
Worldwide Computer Products News-1 October 2002-Impronto Developer Kit for PalmOS ships from Rococo (C)1995-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Palm is also encouraging local developers to start working on software for the PalmOS, while Weblink plans a major marketing campaign later this month as it rolls out the Palm devices.
Last week saw all the major news services carrying stories that 3Com, the owner of the PalmPilot and its operating system PalmOS, had done a deal with Symbian, the consortium developing Psion's EPOC operating system for the mobile phone world.
Phonified Tracker Enables Mobile Access Through PalmOS, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile and Nokia Devices
Building upon the original release of Mapopolis for PalmOS in 1999 which was limited to locating streets and intersections, the company has expanded to offer a full line of products which provide dynamic navigation rivaling expensive in-car systems.
Based on 3DES encryption standards and available for PalmOS, RIM Blackberry and Microsoft Windows platforms, ION Secure 520 Soft Tokens are software applications designed to replace physical authentication tokens found in the form of a smart card or key fob.
The Mobile Manager is designed to facilitate the deployment and support of m-Business solutions on laptops and PalmOS or PocketPC based handhelds.