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webOS 2.0

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by Derek Kessler
Feb 09, 2012
This time last year, Derek, Dieter, and Riz were running around San Francisco's Fort Mason Center covering what turned out to be the biggest planned event in the history of webOS. It was the...
TIP
by Adam Marks
Aug 14, 2011
This tip is for devices running webOS 2.0 or higher When webOS 2.0 was released, it took multitasking and managing your open applications to the next level with Stacks. Instead of having to...
REVIEW
by Adam Marks
Aug 10, 2011
Doing a search for "Wallpaper" apps in the App Catalog that switch your device's background yields dozens of results ranging from free to $5. While all of these apps will provide you with...
TIP
by Adam Marks
Aug 05, 2011
Adding a website to a Just Type search is a great feature that was added to webOS 2.0 (and continued in 3.0), but unfortunately not every website participates in the compatible Open Search...
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by Derek Kessler
Jul 30, 2011
Whether you have a Palm Pre or HP TouchPad, there’s still something pretty major missing from your device: document editing. While you can go ahead and use Google Docs through the web browser, we...
TIP
by Adam Marks
Jun 29, 2011
This tip is only for devices running webOS 2.0.1 and higher Although Undo has still not been added to the Application Edit dropdown menus since we originally reported on it, the ability to undo is...
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by Derek Kessler
Jun 17, 2011
Two weeks ago my colleague Tim Stiffler-Dean wrote up an excellent editorial on the HP Pre3 and how we need to have patience. After all, relationships between carriers and manufacturers take...
TIP
by Adam Marks
Jun 09, 2011
We first started hearing that webOS was going to get Adobe's Flash player in the web browser as early as late 2009, but that date kept slipping and most webOS users wondered if we would...
TIP
by Adam Marks
May 27, 2011
This tip is only for devices running webOS 2.0 and higher webOS 2.0 brought a significant overhaul to how autocorrection works on your webOS device, even allowing you to add a word to the user...
TIP
by Adam Marks
May 21, 2011
In webOS 1.0, there was an autocorrect dictionary that would fix typos as you typed, but there was no way for the user to access or edit that dictionary, no visual or auditory notification...