touchpad | webOS Nation
 
 

touchpad

Article
by Derek Kessler
Feb 13, 2011
Over at BGR they’ve got the word that HP is aiming to get their TouchPad tablet out and in the hands of customers by the end of June, and that pricing is set at $699. If you’re thinking “Whoa!” on...
Article
by Dieter Bohn
Feb 12, 2011
After the confusion (and correction) about whether traditional (or as HP called them, "Legacy") webOS apps would run natively on webOS 3, we are happy to say that we now have greater-than-140-...
Article
by Derek Kessler
Feb 12, 2011
HP said that they’d be going all-out marketing this next generation of webOS devices, and they’re not waiting to get started. The first ads will come this Sunday, February 13th, (8PM Eastern and...
Article
by Nathan Mylott
Feb 11, 2011
HP’s marketing efforts early on already seem far more promising (or at least they feel that way) than the much criticized efforts of Palm back in 2009. The company has released another great video...
Article
by Derek Kessler
Feb 11, 2011
HP’s TouchPad webOS tablet was announced with a new processor from Qualcomm that we hadn’t met yet: the Snapdragon APQ8060. Well, Qualcomm has up and outed the chipset, and it's a beast. The APQ8060...
Article
by Derek Kessler
Feb 11, 2011
It’s been several months since BlackBerry maker Research In Motion snapped up Documents To Go maker DataViz, in essence cancelling the frustratingly in perpetual development Docs To Go editing suite...
Article
by Riz Parvez
Feb 10, 2011
One of the questions we asked HP during our brief one-on-one session was about their take on the Enterprise market. In the midst of having to be fairly guarded with details on a lot of different...
Article
by Dieter Bohn
Feb 10, 2011
Correction: We've been waiting since publication for official clarification (read: in something longer than 140 characters) from Palm, but in the meantime Combee has tweeted that the "emulation...
Article
by Dieter Bohn
Feb 09, 2011
HP just wrapped up a quick walkthrough of their new app development framework, which is based on a new technology they're replacing their current SDK with. Called Enyo, it's progressed a bit since...
Article
by Derek Kessler
Feb 09, 2011
So we covered what’s changed with webOS 3.0... how about what’s new in the world of apps? There’s some good stuff here, from video chat, to a bonafide Kindle app to stuff from Time Inc. to a funky...