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by Dieter Bohn
Jan 11, 2011
Yes, folks, we need to chime in on the Verizon iPhone announcement today. In a habit we'd sort of hoped was in the past, but whether it's intentional design or mysterious coincidence, Palm will once...
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by Jonathan I Ezor#IM
Dec 15, 2010
With each new application that is released for iOS and Android but not webOS, and with each major app developer that publicly drops support for webOS, the volume of calls for Palm (and its...
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by Dieter Bohn
Dec 06, 2010
As you may recall, in May Palm lost their VP of Human Interface and User Experience, Matías Duarte, to Google. Looks like we're seeing the first fruits of his design labors on Android with the...
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by Dieter Bohn
Sep 27, 2010
  Hey HP, we know you're pretty pumped to released a webOS-based tablet, but you should know that you've got some serious competition and it's not just from the folks in Cupertino. As CrackBerry...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jul 27, 2010
  webOS has a little more competition on AT&T these days now that big blue has finally seen fit to allow a world-class Android phone on their network: the Samsung Captivate. Over at Android...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jul 12, 2010
  Google's Android OS has always been a bit of a mystery to webOS fans: Here's this giant web company committed to open standards, yet their mobile OS isn't as web-centric as what Palm has put out...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jun 28, 2010
Read TiPb's iPhone 4 Review   Our pals at TiPb have dropped their massive iPhone 4 Review and it's quite the doozy - covering the glass-sandwiched device from A to Z. We previously linked to...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jun 23, 2010
  Cold, hard fact: there are likely going to be more than a few people switching from a webOS phone to the forthcoming iPhone 4 (heck, some lucky people are making that switch already). We...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jun 04, 2010
Read Android Central's full EVO 4G Review  One year after Sprint launched the Palm Pre to much fanfare, they have a new device they're all excited about, the EVO 4G. Our pals at Android Central...
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by Dieter Bohn
May 05, 2010
  We're not going to lie: Microsoft's new KIN phones gave us a twinge of worry. The basic idea is they're socially connected phones, with innovative new user interfaces designed for sharing,...