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by Robert Werlinger
Aug 13, 2010
One of the most popular JavaScript frameworks on the web these days is jQuery. It's used by some 31% of of the 10,000 most visited websites on the internet and companies like Microsoft and Nokia...
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by Derek Kessler
Aug 13, 2010
A month ago when webOS 1.4.5 first hit we quickly learned that there was a problem under the hood: the now-sandboxed PDK apps lacked the permissions to properly write to the media/internal...
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by Robert Werlinger
Aug 13, 2010
There's some exciting stuff going on in the gaming world these days thanks to the PDK, the recent roll out of webOS 1.4.5 to Sprint users, and the ability for indie developers to publish titles...
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by Robert Werlinger
Aug 12, 2010
I was able to spend some time with EA's Need For Speed: Undercover on the Sprint Pixi after last night's update to webOS 1.4.5, and I have to say that I'm pretty impressed by what what this...
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by Robert Werlinger
Aug 11, 2010
  After a number of false starts, re-tooling and carrier delays, Palm's PDK Hot Apps promotion is now in full swing with the official (re)launch of the excellent Hot Apps Leaderboard which tracks...
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by Derek Kessler
Aug 10, 2010
Update 2:10 est: We're receiving reports that the App Catalog is down and/or showing zero apps for folks when it comes time to actually look at app listings and sure enough, seems that way to...
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by Robert Werlinger
Aug 03, 2010
If you're lucky enough to be running the latest version of webOS (1.4.5) and you're an RPG buff, you'll have a pleasant surprise awaiting you in the App Catalog: the highly-anticipated, fully 3D...
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by Derek Kessler
Jul 28, 2010
In a tweet loaded with implications of epic proportions, iPhone developer THQ Wireless has let it be known that they’re in the process of porting some of their games to webOS with the magic of...
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by Derek Kessler
Jul 26, 2010
These are the kind of posts we love to read: an iPhone developer with zero Palm experience successfully porting his app to webOS in two and a half days. Developer Phil Hassey’s popular Galcon...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jul 21, 2010
  The number one game on the iPhone? Angry Birds, where you fling birds at pigs in an effort to smash them and get your eggs back. It sounds simple and it is, but it's also fun, addictive, and...