For the younger generation who grew up in an era where companies like Apple and Samsung were the face of smartphones, you might not have realized that before Apple and Samsung, there were brands like Palm who were creating smartphones of their own back in the day (although admittedly the market probably wasn’t ready for such devices yet).
The wait for non-Samsung users is not as long as was earlier rumoured.
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We’ve forgotten about Palm but it is one brand we should remember and hold dear in our hearts. It is one of the pioneers in the smartphone game, having launched those PDAs and Palm Pilots. Without those devices, we wouldn’t have the smartphones we know and love today. It appears Palm is getting back in
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It has been years since we've heard the name Palm and even longer since we've seen a Palm phone at retail outlets. That's soon to change and a new leaked image shows what the phone could look like. Read more...
In order to gain instant access to the Fortnite beta, you'll need to own a supported Samsung Galaxy device. But, it looks like there is another way, and it will allow any device to start playing now. Read more...