Archive for the 'Palm OS' Category

Solar-powered Palm

Saturday, June 14th, 2008

Allen Wong created a Palm-in-a-book and is now working on a revised version: a solar-powered Palm device. For the book, he stuck a Palm PDA into a notebook, then added an infrared keyboard.
For the solar version, he tore everything apart and is working on making the combination solar-powered. Very cool hacking–I hope he […]

Palm OS Development

Friday, March 21st, 2008

If you are interested in developing for Palm OS, then you probably want the Palm OS Development Suite (now called the Garnet OS Development Suite…the initials mean something, I’m sure…)
After some searching, this appears to be the correct link: http://www.accessdevnet.com/index.php/Garnet-OS-Development-Suite/View-category.html

Music player phrase book

Tuesday, January 8th, 2008

This is a cool idea–you can use your music player (iPod, iPhone, Treo, whatever) as a phrase book.  You can buy pre-built CDs for standard languages.  iSpeak is one series, but it only covers a few common languages.
What if you want to learn Irish?
If you search the web, you can find audio samples of many […]

Cleaning your Treo’s address book

Tuesday, July 31st, 2007

If you’ve collected more than a handful of address, you may have a problem if you need to export them in .csv format.
Exporting to a .csv file creates a column for each row of phone numbers and email addresses in your address book.  However, exporting doesn’t keep track of the labels (Home, Work, email, etc.) […]

iPhone keyboard versus Treo

Tuesday, July 24th, 2007

Compares the iPhone’s keyboard with the Treo’s keyboard.