We’ve mentioned the lingering passing of the Palm OS more than once here on jkOnTheRun. The Palm OS has been left largely unchanged for years and with Palm jumping on the Windows Mobile bandwagon it’s no secret the OS is not going anywhere. ComputerWorld has published a review of what is likely the last device to be released with the Palm OS, the Treo 755p. They find the 755p to be like the Treos that came before it and find the worst part of the user experience to be, you guessed it, the aging Palm OS. Palm needs to get away from the Treo format, sure it’s been successful for them but they are beginning to stagnate on the hardware front like they did on the OS front. Will Palm be around much longer?
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