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November 1, 2005, 2:45 pm
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I've been following the interesting thread about why/and why not/ PalmOS,
Symbian, Windows Mobile, Linux.
But I am not interested in phones. I am planning (but now I have to say that
may be I was ...) to buy a Palm Lifedrive unit. Along the thread it's said
that PalmOS is dead, but it seems to me that some hope it's given to it. Can
anybody explain why PalmOS is dead an how can we give some
hope to it?
I read about the PalmOs gearing efforts towards Linux; to me it seams a good
way to reduce the OS development costs, and, plus, having a reliable
platform. Thus, from my newby point of view, it should assure a more focused
effort towards developing usefull features. From what I know, PalmOS still
owns the biggest part of PDA OSs.
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