by KENNETH JAMES, Business Times
I BECAME hooked on the idea of a PDA-phone back in 2002, when Hewlett-Packard introduced its Singapore-designed Jornada 928. A few gremlins aside – its weak phone volume being a major one – the new device was the epitome of cool. You knew that the next version would be just what the user ordered. And so it was. Unfortunately, that version did not come from HP which, with weightier matters to worry about, lost that particular plot.
Read the rest of the article at it.asia1.com.sg.