Palm — They once held the future in the palm of their hands. Before the world truly understood the magic of what a smartphone could be, there were PDAs, and Palm was its maestro.

But vision is not about looking; it’s about seeing. As the horizon shifted with the dawn of the iPhone and the ascendancy of BlackBerry, Palm was caught in the twilight of yesterday. The symphony of innovation demands not just listening but hearing the nuances. While the world yearned for the dance of voice and data, Palm missed the rhythm.

To truly innovate is to foresee not just where the puck is, but where it’s going to be.

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