In the past years I've had a Sony Clie PEG-N760C and a PEG-NR70V. Later I upgraded to the Tungsten T2, then the T3 and finally the LifeDrive (which I've upgraded to an 8GB CompactFlash card). Of all those devices, only the T3 and the LifeDrive are still with me (and in working order :D). Recently I acquired a Palm Tungsten T|X, which was one of the last devices that Palm made before switching over to WebOS on the Pre series of smartphones. I was surprised to find that this device actually has received a patch/update to support WPA2 and WPA Enterprise! That is friggin AWESOME! While the Tungsten T|X only has Wireless B built in (802.11b = 11mbps) it works, and the device probably wouldn't be able to handle much more throughput anyway. Because the digitiser was broken, I ordered a new one from eBay, and it was pretty easy to replace it. It seemed like I had a high-end PalmOS device with WiFi, Bluetooth and a "high res" screen.
This is how I got started on wanting to revive PalmOS, at least from a developers perspective. I wanted to write (or port) a JSON library and use it to interact with REST API's or something. Or a remote control for my home automation system. Or basically anything that I could code that did not exist yet for PalmOS. But I hit a few roadblocks.