Palm Cancels Foleo Smartphone Companion
Sep 4, 2007, 4:45 PM by (staff)
Palm CEO Ed Colligan today announced the company is canceling its Foleo smartphone companion "in its current configuration." Palm has decided to concentrate its efforts on its next generation software platform, the Linux-based system the company has been discussing and developing for some time. Palm wants to present a unified user experience regardless of form factor. When the new platform is finally launched, Palm may decide to resurrect the Foleo running the new OS.
Hands On with HP's Elite x3
HP is jumping back into phones at a completely unexpected time. HP made quite a few iPAQ Windows smartphones back in the day (2004-2009, to be precise.) Then they bought Palm and infamously drove that into the ground.
Review: HTC U11
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Samsung Shows Off Second Tizen Smartphone
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TCL to Revive Palm with Help from the Tech Community
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Wow. . .
So. . . back to innovating on phones/PDAs then?
I still don't understand why everyone I see at the airport carries one of their devices. Is the competition that bad?
I agree with this one