No more Palm OS
"We will transition to WebOS as our core operating system and will continue to support Windows Mobile products for the enterprise market." This was announced yesterday by Ed Colligan, Palm CEO. Not only that, but he also said that Palm wants to focus on “fewer really innovative breakthrough products” in order to innovate better. If this turns out to be true, it means that in the future we’ll see more technology-advanced and user-friendly devices like the Pre itself, which seems to be the first phone to take advantage of Palm’s new policy.
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