Palm Confirms No More WinMo Phones
Sep 17, 2009, 4:13 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Palm revealed during a press call today that it will no longer make and sell smartphones based on Microsoft's Windows Mobile operating platform. It will only release devices using its own webOS platform from now on. The company also reiterated that it continues to develop and improve webOS, and that it will be able to push out system updates via the Internet. Palm noted that it sold 823,000 phones during its first fiscal quarter, but it wouldn't specify what percentage were represented by the Pre, which has been available from Sprint since June.
|Palm gets it||fracturedpsyche||
|Mudvayne say: "Are you feeling HAPPPPYYYYYY!!!!???"||STEELRIK||
|Sounds like ok numbers.||Disrespect||
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