StyleTap Commits to Palm OS Emulator for iPhone

Posted in iPhone News by admin. Published June 3rd, 2008

StyleTap Inc. has announced plans to release a version of its Palm OS emulator for the iPhone and the iPod touch, which will allow over 20,000 currently-available mobile applications to run on these devices.

This announcement is good news for long-time Palm OS users who are considering jumping ship to an Apple handheld or smartphone.

The company has been investigating the idea of a Palm OS emulator for some time, and in February released a video showing an experimental prototype of StyleTap CrossPlatform running existing Palm OS applications on an iPod touch.

“The iPhone is one of the hottest new mobile devices out there,” said Gregory Sokoloff, CEO of StyleTap, “and the response to our video has convinced us that many, many consumers, and companies, will eagerly jump at the change to buy iPhone devices if they can continue to run their must-have applications.”

Further information about StyleTap CrossPlatform for iPhone, including how it will be marketed and sold, will be revealed in early July.

Palm OS Everywhere

SyleTap’s upcoming software will allow iPhone and iPod touch users to run Palm OS applications, and there is already a version of StyleTap for Windows Mobile devices. In addition, the company is working on a version for Symbian-based smartphones.

StyleTap’s announcement comes on the heels of Access’ release of a new beta of its Palm OS virtual machine for Nokia’s Internet Tablets.


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AT&T Confirms High Speed Rollout In Time For iPhone 2.0

Posted in iPhone News by admin. Published May 22nd, 2008

death-star-2.jpgAT&T has announced that it will have completed a country wide rollout of its HSUPA 3G service by the end of June. We’re guessing that a little voice from Cupertino might have been hurrying AT&T along. You know, just like AT&T boosted EDGE speeds last year on the iPhone’s launch day. Just saying.

The network offers theoretical speeds of 1.4 Mbps down and 800Kbps up, which AT&T claims “will be as speedy as logging onto the high speed Internet service that many consumers enjoy at home.”

We’re not sure exactly who those poor customers are, or how they could possibly ‘”enjoy” speeds like that, but if AT&T keeps spending at the $5 billion-a-year rate it is now, we should expect to get a real mobile internet just in time for the iPhone 3.

Press release [PR Newswire]

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