Beginning on June 6, educators and students will have another smart-phone option for staying connected to each other and to campus networks when the Palm Pre debuts -- and its parent companies, Palm Inc. and Sprint Nextel Corp., have a lot riding on its success, reports the Associated Press. The Pre, which costs $200 with a two-year service plan and rebate, might be most important to Palm, the very company that helped usher in the handheld computing era with the original Palm Pilot in 1996. These days, Palm needs a resurgence in a market largely dominated by Apple's iPhone and...

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