Palm (the name, if not the original company) is back from the dead, and they're making a new phone. It makes calls. It has apps. It runs Android. It's tiny. And you can only buy it if you already have a phone.
It's a bold move. For $349.99, you get a tiny phone that shares a Verizon plan with your primary phone. Palm is hoping people will use it when they don't feel like carrying around a bigger phone, or when they just want to "disconnect", although since this thing runs Android apps it's presumably up to you to decide just how disconnected you want to be.
It makes no sense. It's utterly nuts. But is it so crazy it just might work?