Back in 2006, Palm reported a profit of $16.5m in the same three months.

According to Palm, the net loss includes stock-based compensation expense of approximately $5.1 million, amortization of intangible assets of approximately $1.0 million, patent acquisition cost of $5.0 million, restructuring charges of approximately $6.6 million and gain on sale of land of approximately $4.4 million.

"As we move toward completing the recapitalization transaction with Elevation Partners, we are excited to strengthen our ability to accelerate Palm’s growth in the future," said Ed Colligan, Palm president and chief executive officer.

The company also announced that the smartphone revenue was $302.2 million, up 12% as compared to the same period last year.

Needless to say, Palm’s loss of revenue may be credited at least partially to Apple’s iPhone, which was released on June 29. Also, the company might’ve failed to keep up with Research in Motion and its Blackberry devices.