Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 17th Sep 2009 22:52 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Palm has announced the financial results of the first quarter of the 2010 fiscal year (ending August 31 2009), and the company has beaten estimates and has seen a strong increase in sales (but only quarter-over-quarter). However, Palm is still seeing losses, but these losses were less than expected. During the conference call following the presentation of the results, Palm CEO Rubinstein also announced that Palm will completely abandon Windows Mobile in favour of the webOS.
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How many Windows Mobile handset makers are there left?

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VZsolt Member since:

There are HTC and Samsung, so it won't die anytime soon. ( ;) )

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Karitku Member since:

How many Windows Mobile handset makers are there left?

All Palm WM phones were rebranded HTC, so basicly same as before. LG, Acer, Asus-Garmin, Samsung, HTC and Sony-Ericsson are still making. And according rumors atleast 3 makers have agreed on WM7 "chassis" specs, so they aren't going anywhere.

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helf Member since:

The Treo 800w (which I have) isn't made by HTC.

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