Palm debuts new business software

CNet: Palm released on Monday its long-awaited software designed to let corporate workers wirelessly access e-mail and other data.
The company also unveiled an expected change in its branding strategy. The Milpitas, Calif.-based handheld maker debuted its
Tungsten Mobile Information Management Solution, e-mail server software for large businesses. The new software is part of
Palm’s increasing efforts to address the enterprise market, which analysts have said is the next growth opportunity for the
handheld market. Palm acquired the technology behind the program in its acquisition of ThinAirApps but has taken months to tweak
it to its liking. September 23, 2002, 11:11 AM PT (full story)