Is Windows Mobile "turning into Palm"?

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    Intended to boost Windows Mobile's popularity, third-party facelifts to the smartphone operating system might instead contribute to its demise. At least, that's according to a thought-provoking blog posting by Alex Kac, a mobile programmer and CEO of Web Information Solutions (WebIS), Inc.

    Kac and WebIS have been responsible for a variety of Windows CE and Windows Mobile-based applications, ranging from an email client integrated with Intrinsyc's Soleus platform, to Pocket Informant, an award-winning PIM (personal information manager) for Windows Mobile that has been on the market for more than eight years. While not abandoning Windows, WebIS just announced a version of Pocket Informant for the iPhone -- a platform to which many developers will migrate if present trends continue, charges Kac.

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