Now that the next-gen mobile phone OS wars are heating up, whither Palm? Well, they're certainly not working on an OS anymore, but Access — the company that licensed the Palm OS 5 source code — have just released ALP, and have published some PDFs of the OS to browse through.
It all looks endearingly Palmy, with thoughtful marination in the new OS features that have come into vogue since Palm left the OS market, including smooth transitions, animation, higher res displays and the ubiquitous accelerometer support. As someone who once fondly owned a Palm m130,
I'd love to see Palm license the OS back and pump out some phones with it... for old time's sake, if for no other reason.