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by Derek Kessler
Dec 09, 2011
Yesterday was a day of bombshells. HP announced that they were going to open source all of webOS, presumably to the tune of not making hardware themselves. And then HP CEO Meg Whitman came out and...
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by Derek Kessler
Dec 01, 2011
So you may have heard about this brouhaha going on over at our sister sites CrackBerry, Android Central, and TiPb. They call it “Carrier IQ”, which in essence is a data collection system that...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 27, 2011
Don’t put too many eggs in this basket, but it’s worth noting anyway. Today Sony Ericsson is no more, with Sony buying out Ericsson’s half of the partnership for €1.05 billion (US$1.48 billion)....
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 19, 2011
This week has been one of the more insane weeks in the mobile tech space, and that’s saying a lot, since it’s only now Wednesday morning. We’ll start with Monday, which was dominated by our friend...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 13, 2011
It pains us to see this, but at the same time we have to admit that it’s pretty slick: dual-booting Android and webOS on the HP TouchPad. Ever since the TouchPad dropped to ridiculous fire sale...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 07, 2011
You might recall several weeks back when at least one HP TouchPad was shipped to a customer running a Qualcomm-derived build of Android instead of the expected webOS 3.0. HP’s remained mum on the...
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by Chris Parsons
Oct 04, 2011
We've seen plenty of advancements with getting Android up and running on the TouchPad but now a new mthod has popped up for people to try out. It's dubbed as a test for now, so don't expect it to be...
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by Derek Kessler
Sep 30, 2011
Right now we’re stuck in that vague limbo mode where HP clearly wants to do something with webOS (apart from make hardware for it), and though they might have a good idea of what they want to do,...
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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
Sep 28, 2011
Today is a momentus day for the tablet world, or so say many analysts, bloggers and techies out there. Amazon has announced the soon-to-be-released Amazon Kindle Fire, an Android-powered tablet...
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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
Sep 19, 2011
If the photo above looks a little bit strange to your webOS-trained eye, that's because it is. Until now, if you wanted to have wireless inductive charging on your device, you either had to have a...