Palm Product Manager Talks Nova
The latest gossip on Palm OS Nova comes from PCMag.com, where Sascha Segan has squeezed a few clues about the new OS out of Palm's director of product management, Stephane Maes. Saying that Nova will see Palm "getting back to our roots with simplicity and elegance", Maes goes on to talk about how it will "focus on integrating different kinds of data stored in different locations".
"It's a Web-enabled world, where people have contacts in multiple locations. You start thinking about all of the different places where people have information, it's really about managing people's lives. That's a lot of the heritage we're really going to leverage and expand on going forward."
Given that Palm have Apple captivating the multimedia market on one side and Big Handset squeezing them on the other, a renewed focus on what originally made them great might be just the ticket. You can read the full article here, where Maes also talks about why Palm did not go with the Access Linux Platform.
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