Hands On With the Else Emblaze Smartphone: Welcome to the Retrofuture

It's a left-field product: a touchscreen smartphone with totally new software, which will have to fend for itself among well-established giants. Conventional wisdom would say it's doomed, and conventional wisdom may be right. But damnit, I really like the Emblaze. » 1/07/10 2:06pm 1/07/10 2:06pm

Else Intuition OS Looks Pretty Sweet on First Phone Expected Q2 Next…

This video is the best-look yet at the slick OpenGL-accelerated OS from Else (formerly Emblaze) and Access (who developed a next-gen Palm OS before Palm ditched it for their own). The big news: The First Else phone arrives next-year. » 11/25/09 7:55am 11/25/09 7:55am

Else Intuition: The Surprisingly Not-Sad Fate of Palm OS

In 2006, Access bought the rights to Palm OS, and licensed the code to Palm. Access spent plenty of time and money developing a next-gen OS, which Palm totally ignored for their own. Things looked grim! Until this thing. » 10/23/09 11:33am 10/23/09 11:33am

Massive Emblaze Edelweiss Poised to Take On iPhone (In Russia)

Having received a tacit endorsement » 9/30/08 2:40pm 9/30/08 2:40pm from President Medvedev, the iPhone might have won the political battle for Russian touchscreen dominance, but Emblaze has a more traditional plan to take on Apple: with price and features. Emblaze's Edelweiss is an impressive slab of phone, with an 480 x 854 touchscreen, 3G, GPS…