Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 22nd Nov 2010 12:48 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless It's no secret that the webOS is no speed demon. Sure, it has the most elegant multitasking interface (the fact that it multitasks at all means it bests both Android and iOS), but it's not exactly fast. This is all going to change. Palm held its Developer Day in New York this weekend, and unveiled its new application development framework, set to replace the current Mojo framework. Not only will this new framework, named Enyo, be a lot faster than Mojo, it will also be designed around multiple display resolutions.
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RE[2]: Comment by hendi
by spiderman on Wed 24th Nov 2010 08:49 UTC in reply to "RE: Comment by hendi"
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I'm definitely interested in the N900 as a phone with no boundaries. I'm only apprehensive about two things: Battery life and the resistive touchscreen.

The battery life is not that bad since PR1.3. Actually if you are used to Android, it is not worse. The battery life sucks when you compare it with Symbian phones and feature phones but it is in line with other Android and iPhones. It lasts about 1-2 days in normal usage.
The resistive touch screen sucks though if you are used to Android. In my opinion it is not bad, I actually prefer resistive over capacitive but if you are used to Android you may be disappointed. The advantage is that is is more precise. You can use it to write stuff in Xournal with the stylus. Some applications are not possible without it. The drawback is that you can't pinch. you have to use buttons to zoom in and out. There is a button for that on top of the phone.
Other than, that the software is just awesome.

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