I purchased a new computer and had some issues connecting my Palm Treo650. All new computers that have more than 4gig memory will be operating on a 64 bit operating system. Palm does not have support for you to use their product on a 64 bit operating system. I was doing an internet search and ran across this;
According to Iain Thomson at vnunet.com, Palm has confirmed that it is dropping the PalmOS operating system to concentrate fully on the webOS currently being developed for the forthcoming PalmPre. Palm president Ed Colligan has told investors that PalmOS is being officially retired, and that the company's Centro platform will be the last to use the software. "There will be no more PalmOS products," he said. "We will transition to webOS as our core operating system, in addition to supporting Microsoft Windows products in the enterprise segment of the market." PalmOS was introduced in 1996 and proved an instant hit with consumers and business users. Palm eventually sold its software division to Access, and PalmOS became GarnetOS.
I did find some people that used bluetooth and the infra-red to hot sync their phones but many others in those blogs commented that it didn't work for them.
I know many Realtors in my area use the Palm phones for contact information, cell phone and thier MLS key and this will now have to change. Technology is ever changing.
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