Palm Unleashes iPhone Killer at CES

Martin, Scott
January 2009
Red Herring;1/8/2009, p5
Trade Publication
The article announces the introduction of a next-generation Nova mobile software and a smartphone dubbed the Palm Pre by Palm chief executive officer (CEO) Ed Colligan at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2009. Investors pushed shares higher $0.35, or 10 percent, at $3.65 in midday trading. Palm has been slow to innovate in the past year as Apple's iPhone and the BlackBerry have made steady advances in the mobile market. Palm's new mobile device features a touch screen and a slide out keyboard.


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