The smartphone, feature phone and entry-level mobile phone markets are all hotting up, with alliances, products and services abounding at this year’s 3GSM event in Cannes. We examine the key operating system developments.
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PalmSource has announced a revision of its wireless-focussed Cobalt operating system at its European Developer Conference in Munich.
Microsoft's updated Windows Mobile 2003 is likely to make its debut soon, in smartphones and handhelds sporting new screen resolutions and orientations.
PalmSource has announced two new operating systems, and has committed to ongoing development for both. There's also news of another Palm OS smartphone.
Mobile phone manufacturers will soon have a Linux-based alternative to the Symbian and Windows Mobile operating systems.
The latest version of Microsoft’s handheld operating system is an evolutionary advance, but there are some significant developments -- including a new name.
Palm's new Tungsten T marks the debut of version 5 of Palm OS. So what's new in OS 5, and what does this tell us about Palm's approach to its competitors?