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Next Treo Powered By MS Windows Mobile

The next version of the Palm Treo, which reportedly will be called the Treo 670, will apparently run Microsoft's Windows Mobile operating system instead of the Palm OS that it was designed around.

The next version of the Palm Treo, which reportedly will be called the Treo 670, will apparently run Microsoft's Windows Mobile operating system instead of the Palm OS that it was designed around.

It's hard to believe, since the company that makes the Treo, now called Palm, and the company that makes the Palm OS, used to be one company, and emerged over the years in an environment of competing head-on with Microsoft's Windows CE and Windows Mobile platforms.

The gadget blog Engadget has posted two videos of what appears to be a next-generation treo running Windows Mobile.

I though I'd never see the day.

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