mobile device platform was little more than suitcase-sized prototype vaporware
at CES, but with the launch of the Toshiba TG01
, it looks like it's ready to make a move -- word on Digitimes' somewhat unreliable Taiwanese street is that HTC, LG, Samsung and others are interested in the high-powered chipset. We're guessing that means we'll be seeing more more hotrod Windows Mobile devices in the short term, but Snapdragon also supports Android, so we're holding out hope that those upcoming HTC G-series devices
crank the gaming and entertainment factors to 11.