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by Derek Kessler
Oct 12, 2011
If you thought your old Palm Pre wasn’t ever going to get another update, well, think again. HP’s still looking out for you, in a way. Tonight saw the surprise release of an updated Maps app for...
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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
May 28, 2011
Thanks to the diligent workers found in our forums (especially rmausser), you can now get access to the very same (improved) Google Maps mobile website that Android and iPhone users have access...
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by Derek Kessler
May 10, 2011
On Monday we asked for your questions on the soon-to-be-released HP Veer. With more than a hundred responses, we couldn't answer them all, but we selected a several of questions submitted that we...
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by Dieter Bohn
Mar 21, 2011
Pretty much everybody familiar with webOS knows that Google Maps is in dire, dire need up an update. The UI feels glommed-on, the feature-set is woefully behind other platforms, and the various...
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by Adam Marks
Jan 10, 2011
By default, clicking on a contact's mailing address or mapping a calendar event location will open up Google Maps to find that location. However, if your cellular carrier provides built-in navigation...
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by Adam Marks
Dec 22, 2010
Entering an "Event Location" into a Calendar event allows you to do more than just remember the specific location that is tied to that entry. It also allows you to quickly load up Google Maps (or...
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by Adam Marks
Dec 10, 2010
Before Palm officially puts the final nail in the Universal Search coffin (to be replaced with Just Type in webOS 2.0), we figured that now is probably the best time to bring Universal Search to...
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by Adam Marks
Oct 11, 2010
In addition to simply doing an address search within your TeleNav application (e.g. Sprint Navigation, AT&T Navigator), there are a few ways that you can import those addresses into your app,...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 11, 2010
Tell us, what colors does the Palm Pre come in? If you answered “black,” then you’re today’s lucky winner of a pat on the back. But perhaps the new honchos at HP will see fit to note the joy on...
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by Derek Kessler
Jul 29, 2010
Developers and users alike have all noticed this “Default Apps” option in the webOS launcher. Right now the only out-of-the-box option users are presented with is a choice of Google Maps or...