TMobile Wing: a communicator on Windows Mobile 6

“MyMobile911 shared the info that T-Mobile will launch a new communicator with the sliding QWERTY-keyboard in August 2007. Probably it will be called T-Mobile Wing. This is a version of HTC Atlas (there was no info on this platform so far). The original release date was set for June 2007, but some technical problems delayed it, the source added.The specs of T-Mobile Wing:
Operating system – Windows Mobile 6
CPU – TI OMAP 850 200 MHz
RAM – 64 MB
Flash ROM – 128 MB
Display – 240×320 pixels, 65K colors
microSD slot
2-megapixel camera
1130 mAh battery
As we can notice the specs are similar to HTC P4350 (the codename Herald). It’s still a mystery what are the differences between them.” via

Palm Announces New Linux Based Mobile Platform!

“Today at Palm Inc’s Analyst Day, Palm CEO Ed Colligan officially announced that Palm will deliver a new Linux and open source based mobile computing platform combined with Palm OS Garnet technology on new products later this year. The new platform was just announced at the Palm Analyst meeting and details are light at this point and still coming in. Read on for some slides and more information from the presentation. The platform is described as a “new foundation for Palm.” It will combine aspects of Palm OS Garnet and a Linux core. Palm plans to “evolve” the Palm Developer community to the new platform. Colligan highlighted and stressed a few points about the new platform. He continually stressed the importance of the user experience citing the ability to have an instant on, highly portable device with great battery life. Other highlights included greater hardware flexibility and the ability to handle simultaneous voice and data, two key ares which have hampered the traditional Palm OS in recent years. This is a separate project from Palm Inc and is not related to the ACCESS Linux Platform, which is being developed by ACCESS, formerly PalmSource. Many of the technical software and hardware details have yet to be announced. ” Read more here: