What about the Android? It seems to be a more open platform. Ideally, you could use the NDK (Native Development Kit) to make a VM, but I'm not sure they would allow it, because NDK code is supposed to be tied to a Darvik app (coded in Java). Perhaps you could write a simple "Run these PocketC apps" application in the normal SDK (using Java), and write the VM in the NDK. I realize this may not be ideal, since the Apps won't appear as native apps, but it might be a start.
I just purchased an Android phone (Samsung Moment), and I would love port my Orbforms app (smallvue.com) to the android. Maybe I could help. I am a professional software developer - Java,C++, .NET. etc.
It's easy to suggest work for others!
If not, I don't think I'll have that much trouble converting my Orbforms code to Android SDK code, but I really do like PocketC and Orbforms. With the classic palm market dwindling rapidly, perhaps the Android platform would offer a new path way.
Or maybe you have enough to do with other things, in which case I totally understand.