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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
Jun 18, 2011
The feelings of anxiety and anticipation are growing steadily as we arrive at the last day before US customers are able to preorder the TouchPad. Developers are doing their final preparations for...
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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
Jun 04, 2011
This week has been a transitional one for the webOS community. As you'll see in the videos, tweets and blogs we've listed after the break, people are not only getting ready for devices in the near...
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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
Jun 01, 2011
We've already seen the Palm logo removed from its place on the back of webOS devices, the App Catalog and even from the corner of the Palm website. Perhaps one of the biggest blows to the Palm...
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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
May 07, 2011
We knew last week that HP was starting to make quite a few changes in the world of webOS devices, and it's nice to have another week full of news stories to share. This past week has seen the...
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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
Apr 26, 2011
"It's a marathon, and this is only the beginning." -Leo Apotheker, Fortune Interview Sometimes to get a better understanding of what HP plans on doing with webOS, you have to take what they offer...
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by Jonathan I Ezor#IM
Apr 12, 2011
As I had posted to the forums, I took advantage of a speaking engagement in San Francisco to reach out to Jon Zilber and his colleagues at HP about dropping by for a pilgrimage visit at the...
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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
Apr 08, 2011
If you somehow missed that Jon Rubinstein, Palm GBU Vice-President, was on the Engadget show not too long ago, you no longer have to live life not knowing what was said in the brief interview. We've...
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by Phil Nickinson
Apr 07, 2011
One of the hottest tickets around in the coming months is going to be webOS running on full-fledge laptop and desktop computers. We've seen it hacked onto a Chinese desktop. And we heard ol' Jon...
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by Derek Kessler
Apr 01, 2011
HP has lost another one from the webOS team, and this one’s a big fish: Joe Hayashi. If you’re wondering why that name sounds familiar, it’s because Hayashi was the VP of Product Management, webOS,...