Pharos Traveler 137 Preview at brighthand!

“The Traveler 137 will have a tablet shape and feature a 3.5-inch WVGA (800 x 480 pixel) touchscreen.It will run Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, and therefor be bundled with a suite of productivity and entertainment applications for handling such tasks as email and web browsing.Pharos Traveler 137This will be a quad-band GSM phone with tri-band HSPA 3G (HSDPA 7.2 Mb/s, HSUPA 2 Mb/s). In the U.S., it will offer the 3G frequencies used by carriers like AT&T and Rogers, and also the special frequency useed to T-Mobile.Other wireless capabilities will include Wi-Fi (802.11 b/g), Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, and an FM tuner.The Traveler 137 will also sport dual cameras — 3 MPx primary and 0.3 for video conferencing — and a microSD card slot.” via

Interview with Pandora About Developing for WebOS

Tom Conrad has a long history in engineering and product design: he’s led teams that have worked on everything from operating systems to video games, including the fondly-remembered PC classic You Don’t Know Jack. Currently the Chief Technical Officer for Pandora Internet Radio, Tom’s in a unique position to offer insider opinion on the development and capabilities of Palm’s new WebOS and Pre smartphone, having worked with the company on these products for a number of months now while creating a version of the Pandora player for webOS. On Monday he generously gave up some of his time to talk to Palm Infocenter about his experiences with Palm’s new baby and the development process. ” Learn more here:

PalmPre vs iPhone vs WinMo vs Android vs BlackBerry Fight!

“It seems like I’m not the only one excited about the Palm Pre.Gizmodo just published a nice post comparing between Palm Pre, iPhone and Android.I took the original list (found in here), twisted it a bit according to my own opinion, added some new categories and of course, added Windows Mobile (and BlackBerry) to the competition.Of course it’s a completely subjective competition so I will be the only judge. So, are you ready?” Read more here: