At a conference in Monaco today, Palm unveiled an insertable Bluetooth wireless card that would enable it to communicate with other devices using the technology. The card, which is expected to be priced less than US$150, will be available this fall. Bluetooth still has a long way to go to become a standard in the wireless world, but this announcement by Palm is sure to be a boost to the technology. “People are waiting for somebody to take the lead on Bluetooth, and Palm intends to take the lead and drive this,” said Michael Mace, chief competition officer for Palm.