MUNICH (Reuters) – Handheld computer maker PalmOne said on Thursday business was picking up ahead of the key Christmas holiday season and that the integration of newly acquired rival Handspring was on track.
“We’re beginning to see a pick-up in spending,” Chief Executive Todd Bradley told Reuters in an interview in the German city of Munich. “We’re cautiously optimistic.” (full story)
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