Sometimes, all you have to do is speculate a little and suddenly the answers are handed to you. (It really works when you go out on a limb and speculate in public.) Recently, when writing about the potential of ATI’s Imageon chip for handhelds we noted that the first announcement of a win was for a PocketPC-based device by Toshiba. And, we noted that all the demos we had seen were on PocketPC devices including the iPaq. At PC Expo however, ATI and PalmSource announced a licensing deal through which ATI will create a “complete silicon solution for Palm OS licensees.” As you’ll remember MediaQ is also a member of this list as is Motorola, Intel and Texas Instruments.
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