Lawsuit claims Palms can kill
This is not good; does anyone have more info on what model Palms and on which mainboards this might be happening?
Another article with a little more info...I stress "a little", though.
Other than the finger-pointing by Dell, I'll seriously try to find more info about this. I have a little m100 that I hot-sync with a KT7A and if there's any damage happening.. or potential for it.. I want to know.
Another case of somebody looking to put the blame for something on another party with "deep pockets" so the lawyers can get rich and the "injured party" can get a few cents???
Sure sounds like a frivolous lawsuit on the surface.
I've synched a Palm III on a Compaq 5000 series machine and then on a Gigabyte motherboard machine for the past 3 years.
[This message has been edited by IW (edited 08-10-2001).]
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