Comments on: Opinion: Handspring Not Leaving the Palm OS
Nothing could be further from the truth. In the same article, Mr. Hawkins says, "We're very happy with Palm-and I mean that. All the products we want to build today, we can build with Palm OS." But this statement was skipped over by some who drew the wrong conclusion.
Handspring's other co-founder, Donna Dubinsky, has stepped in to try and clear up some of the muddle. She said yesterday that while Handspring may someday expand the number of operation systems they support, "We'll always have at least a major portion of our business in Palm". She went on to say her company saw no immediate need to use other OSs.
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- I got one -Tuckermaclain
- RE: Don't we have this already? -Tuckermaclain
- RE: Palm brand will return in 2018, with devices built by TCL -richf
- RE: Palm brand will return in 2018, with devices built by TCL -dmitrygr
- Palm phone on HDblog -palmato
- Palm PVG100 -hgoldner
- RE: Like Deja Vu -PacManFoo
- Like Deja Vu -T_W