Tuesday, December 29, 2015

In 2003: PalmSource delivers OS6 Golden Master to Licensees.

Although as far as I'm aware this never actually made it into any production devices. It was a shame, too little and too late really to get the Palm ecosystem back on target. It had lost too much ground by then.

Monday, December 21, 2015

Have any Bhajis Loops instruments, or looking for some to use?

Well you find lots in the Palmorama Bhajis Loops instrument site and if you want to contribute (and you'd be very welcome) just contact me using the form in the about page, I'd be very happy to hear from you.

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Size Matters ...


Funny to look at these to 'smart' watches side by side. One is a little more watch like than the other isn't it. It was innovative of course, Fossil were doing interesting stuff, but we've come along way since then.

Monday, December 14, 2015

So fossil is back in the smartwatch game


Fossil have a good pedigree in this area, having made their original Palm OS smart watches. However, I'm guessing that the new ones aren't going to work with the old Palm OS.

Why not take a look in the Palmorama library

All you need to do is click above where it says library, or click here. There's lots of good stuff in there, and I'm doing my best to continue to add to it on a regular basis.

Tuesday, December 08, 2015

Friday, December 04, 2015

There's even Palm stuff on Pinterest

If you're a pinterest user you can find the Palmorama pinterest board here. I add stuff to it occasionally, so it's worth checking every once in a while to see if there's anything new.

Thursday, December 03, 2015

The Family Rex


I've had the Rex 3000, and the 6000 for a while. The 6000 (at the bottom) was the one I always wanted to get as it was the most advanced of the Rex series. But the 5000, the middle one, is the latest addition to the family.

I still think that this was a form factor that really should've survived. I can't understand why it didn't. If you think about it it's closer to the digital wallet than you phone is, simply because it would fit into your wallet.

But they never survived, and no one has made anything with this form factor for a long time. More's the pitty.

Wednesday, December 02, 2015