Shareware developer Victor Kulesh has released
Veta Universal Palm Edition 1.0, a US$10 utility that lets you use a Bluetooth-enabled Palm PDA as a wireless remote control for your Mac (if your Mac is set up for Bluetooth connectivity, of course).
With Veta Universal Edition 1.0, you can use a Bluetooth-enabled Palm PDA to remotely control such applications as iTunes, Keynote, DVD Player — even your mouse. It’s a Palm OS 5.0 application that’s installed on a PDA.
Veta Universal Edition 1.0 works in conjunction with
Romeo 0.9.1, available as a free download from Arboreal Software. Romeo is an open source application that installs on your Mac.