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Phoenix ACL for TouchPad passes $35,000 Kickstarter goal with 10 days to spare
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by Derek Kessler
May 12, 2013
If you've been waiting to get Android apps running on your webOS-powered HP TouchPad (without having to actually install Android, that is), then you might just be one step closer to your desired...
Phoenix teams up with OpenMobile to Kickstarter ACL for TouchPad
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by Derek Kessler
Apr 28, 2013
Way back in 2012 we were introduced to OpenMobile, a company working to build what they called an "Application Compatibility Layer" for running Android apps on Open webOS. They've...
A quick research survey from Phoenix
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by Derek Kessler
Apr 18, 2013
The ambitious upstarts at Phoenix International Communications have some pretty crazy plans. Eventually they want to produce their own webOS smartphones, but in the meantime they're content with...
Phoenix's Open webOS-on-Android project gets past the lock screen
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by Derek Kessler
Nov 27, 2012
While upstart Phoenix International Communications hopes to someday put out their own hardware running our favored mobile operating system (we'll give you one guess as to what that operating...
Phoenix finally reveals the first step in their plan: webOS on Android
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 13, 2012
It was a little over six months ago that we first reported on the newly formed Phoenix International Communications, a group of dedicated webOS fans that in the wake of HP's decision to cancel...
Phoenix looking to rise from the ashes of webOS
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by Derek Kessler
May 30, 2012
We've said it many times over the past six months since HP announced their intentions to open source webOS: open source is not a plan. Once the software is out there… then what? It's...
REVIEW
by Tim Stiffler-Dean
Jun 15, 2011
A few months ago when the Phnx Twitter App (pronounced "Phoenix") was in the beta catalog, I asked Dave Strack, the developer of Phnx, why he decided to join a Twitter app market that was already...