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by Adam Marks
Sep 08, 2010
Back in April, we reported on a new app that was just hitting the WebOS-Internal’s testing feed called Save/Restore. The app was designed to help you restore all of your applications' saved...
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by Dieter Bohn
Aug 31, 2010
  We've covered the new features (that we know about) coming in webOS 2.0 from a user-perspective with a side of development. But the real focus of today's announcement is the webOS 2.0 Beta SDK...
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by Dieter Bohn
Aug 31, 2010
webOS 2.0 is due out later this year and Palm has dropped some serious details about what's coming in the new OS to us. In addition to lots of goodness for developers in the form of new APIs and...
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by Dieter Bohn
Aug 31, 2010
  Palm has released the webOS 2.0 Beta SDK to developers - go grab it at Palm's Developer Center (developers will need to sign up for the early access program). The SDK is emulator-only for now,...
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by Jonathan I Ezor#IM
Aug 23, 2010
In the latest demonstration of Palm’s support for (and appreciation of) the third-party development community, the company has posted a list of developers ready and able to assist others in...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jul 28, 2010
  Palm has announced the winners for their first Hot Apps competition, where they gave away a total of one million dollars to webOS developers based on download count, split between paid and free...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jul 16, 2010
  The PDK Hot Apps Program is launching slightly later than originally planned and slightly earlier than may be ideal for the developers who will benefit from the one million dollars in cash and...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jul 12, 2010
  Google's Android OS has always been a bit of a mystery to webOS fans: Here's this giant web company committed to open standards, yet their mobile OS isn't as web-centric as what Palm has put out...
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by Robert Werlinger
Jul 11, 2010
We've already given you the heads up that we're going to be reporting live from VentureBeat's annual MobileBeat conference in San Francisco starting on Monday, where the theme will be "The year...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jun 30, 2010
  In addition to waiving (and refunding) the $50 app submission fee, Palm is now offering the $99 fee to get a full developer access to submit to the app catalog free gratis. The fee had been...