“Nobody knows when we’ll start the shift to Cobalt, OS 6, or on which devices. For now, we’re saying that we’ve built the functionality we need into the Treo and the Tungsten T5 and there’s no need to confuse developers by switching. I’m not even prepared to commit us to a change next year, or the year after, at this stage”, said PalmONE president Ed Colligan. It is interesting to see how companies afraid to switch to new programming frameworks in fear that they will allienate their third party developers who are used to the “old way”. Nobody likes big changes, it seems.