Palm announces a Bluetooth module for its new units: The new Palm m500 and m505 organizers have a module similar to the Visor Handspring port that allows plug-in devices which can access the higher-speed internal main board of the unit rather than go through the low-speed serial interface used for synchronization. Palm showed a module supporting Bluetooth, even though this unit won't ship until fall.
A side rant: why is it that even though the industry has created a standard, small format module spec - Compact Flash - every handheld maker seems compelled to introduce their own, incompatible version? Intersil announced a chipset for 802.11b that will work in a Compact Flash format, which could ship later this year. Palm and Visor are destroying their markets, and making it more likely that PocketPC's, some of which support Compact Flash, will have a greater variety of useful add-ons sooner.