The newspaper quoted Handspring's President as saying that it was logical for his firm's wireless devices to use e-mail software developed by RIM, which is best known for its BlackBerry e-mail pager.
Handspring's president apparently told the paper that As companies that make PDAs add more wireless features to their equipment they will want proven technology to handle wireless e-mail, and that leads him to RIM.
What does this mean for Handspring? Will they scrap the Palm OS? Will they make a Blackberry compatible device? We'll see.