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Old 02-14-2005, 06:17 AM   #1
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PalmSource to build momentum in mobile market

Today PalmSource marked the beginning of the 3GSM World Congress 2005 with a series of press releases highlighting the momentum the company continues to build in the mobile market. PalmSource:

- launches four new software offerings (press release)
- welcomes new smartphone from GSPDA (press release)
- highlights new Palm OS wireless applications (press release)
- announces new Palm Powered Mobile World partner Qualphone (press release)
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