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by Derek Kessler
Dec 01, 2011
So you may have heard about this brouhaha going on over at our sister sites CrackBerry, Android Central, and TiPb. They call it “Carrier IQ”, which in essence is a data collection system that...
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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
Jun 09, 2011
While the Wi-Fi-only TouchPad may have had a release date, we are still left with a lot of questions. Yes, we are more than happy to go digging in the garage for our tents and sleeping bags in...
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by Derek Kessler
Jan 19, 2011
Rumor has it that Sprint’s popular Premier program is due for some changes, and chances those of you that are Sprint subscribers aren’t going to like it. If you’ll recall, our favorite benefit of...
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by Derek Kessler
Jan 14, 2011
Carrier store education was one of the biggest problems facing Palm. As we’ve said before, they faced the TiVo problem: what makes the Pre better than an iPhone or Android smartphone is difficult to...
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by Adam Marks
Nov 20, 2010
Palm VP Joe Hayashi gave a presentation on marketing webOS Apps and the current and future state of the Palm App catalog. While the majority of the presentation covered the general marketing...
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by Derek Kessler
Nov 19, 2010
Those of us that don’t have unlocked Palm Pre 2 phones are still wondering when in “the coming months” we’ll be getting webOS 2.0. Actually, as of this morning, we can revise that to webOS 2.0.1...
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by Jonathan Downer
May 24, 2009
Amongst all the excitement and hubbub of the Palm Pre’s impending launch (still no date yet, sorry folks!), quite a few of us are silently, or not-so-silently debating if the phone is worth...
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by Jason Robitaille
Feb 12, 2009
A while ago we brought information that the Palm Pre was coming to Bell Canada and earlier today we found a rumoured release date of "late Q2 or early Q3". Well, now we have a somewhat conflicting...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jan 19, 2009
Jason tips us off to this PalmPreBlog post (welcome to the neighborhood!) with a twist on the standard "no comment' we usually get from customer service reps: a "no comment" with the added bonus...