Inventec postpones production of Palm's Treo 700p

Inventec Appliances may not be able to start volume production of Palm's PDA phone, the Treo 700p, until September, due to related software problems, according to market sources.

Dell halts PDA development

Dell apparently halted R&D development of PDA products since the middle of 2005, when Dell's Taiwan Design Center (TDC) completed development of the PC vendor's last Axim-series device, which was manufactured by High Tech Computer (HTC), according to market sources.

Motorola thins out the RAZR line

Motorola's new line of Razr handsets is slimmer than ever, and the company hopes the they will expand the customer base of its already popular line of cell phones.

Microsoft's answer to Ipod could come in October :BetaNews

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Vendors gear up for Sonoma notebook inventory clearance

Notebook vendors, including Acer, Dell and Hewlett-Packard (HP), with each receiving hundreds of thousands of Dothan processors from Intel, expect to completely clear their inventory of Sonoma notebooks by the end of the third quarter, according to sources at Taiwan notebook makers.

Hanns.G shipping samples of 22" widescreen monitors to Gateway and ViewSonic

Hanns.G, which uses panels from HannStar Display, has started shipping samples of 22" widescreen monitors to Gateway, ViewSonic and several Taiwan-based branded monitor makers, with the products to be rolled out in August, the company said.

New Intel CPUs for entry-level notebooks attract international makers

Intel started offering a series of CPUs in June that are not on its roadmap with aggressive pricing for international notebook makers, according to sources.

Microsoft seen having Ipod rival out by Christmas

Microsoft will start selling a digital music and video player to compete with Apple's iPod by Christmas, sources close to the matter said on Wednesday.

Mobile data market to be driven by youths

As the mobile data market shifts from voice to data traffic, a whole host of new applications are coming into play. As the mobile data market shifts from voice to data traffic, a whole host of new applications are coming into play. As the Asia-Pacific mobile data service market enters this new phase of development, a 'youth revolution' has begun. In developed countries, around 10 - 15% of all disposable income of youths is spent on mobile products, displacing traditional outlets like clothing, toys, and comic books.