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by Derek Kessler
Apr 14, 2011
One of the touted features of webOS 2.0 was that developers could used node.js services and db8 databases to make for apps that were faster, better, and easier to code. It’s good stuff, and though...
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by Derek Kessler
Apr 10, 2011
Even with all the patches available for webOS, there’s still the occasion that we run into where we want everything that a patch does except for that one little thing that’s just too much of a deal...
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by Adam Marks
Apr 06, 2011
So you load up Preware and you notice that all (or almost all) of your Installed Packages are missing. No applications. No patches. No services. What happened? As was recently discussed on the...
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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
Mar 28, 2011
You've been waiting for it, and now it's finally here. freeTether 1.0, a homebrew app that allows you to connect multiple devices to your webOS smartphone for instant internet access, is now...
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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
Mar 11, 2011
For those of you daredevils that are willing to put your original Palm Pre and Pre Plus devices to the test with webOS 2.1 doctors from the homebrew community, today's news should come with a bit of...
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by Dieter Bohn
Mar 03, 2011
If you made a venn diagram of Sprint users and webOS lovers, a significant portion of PreCentral members would fall in the intersection of the two. So the lack of a newer Palm Pre - either the Plus...
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by Dieter Bohn
Feb 25, 2011
We've been laying on the warnings pretty thick ever since it became possible to hack together a working webOS 2.1 ROM for "legacy" devices like the Sprint Pre, Verizon Pre Plus, and the like. Those...
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by Derek Kessler
Feb 22, 2011
Homebrew group WebOS Internals has long mandated that any kernels and patches distributed through their system be fully open source such that if HP (previously Palm) wanted to adopt the work into...
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by Jonathan I Ezor#IM
Feb 21, 2011
Back in November, during Developer Day NYC, we chronicled how webOS Internals' Rod Whitby had hacked apart and then hacked together the radio and back of a Sprint Pre (minus) with a Dev Day "Oprah...
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by Derek Kessler
Feb 17, 2011
webOS homebrew consortium WebOS Internals has a new YouTube channel where they've posted a bunch of videos that visualize the development of various homebrew projects. It's, like, whoa. Check out...