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by Derek Kessler
Nov 15, 2009
Palm has officially unveiled its second webOS phone, the ultra-thin Palm Pixi, just three months after the launch of the Pre. Coming in at just 10.85 mm, the Pixi is thinner than the Pre by 6.1...
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by Derek Kessler
Sep 08, 2009
As reported at TechCrunch, Palm’s second webOS smartphone, the Eos (codename: Pixie) will be unveiled this week. The debut will take place as part of Fashion Week in New York City. The Eos is...
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by Derek Kessler
Aug 30, 2009
Following up on the word of Palm devices appearing in Verizon’s database, we’ve been sent the above screenshot of a Sprint inventory management system, showing not one, not two, but three plot-...
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by CTL Advance
Aug 28, 2009
Analyst alert: We have another rumor of an end of year launch for the Palm Eos. A recent article in Barrons Tech Trader Daily cites Macquarie Research analyst Phil Cusick, who suggests that Palm...
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by Derek Kessler
Aug 28, 2009
PhoneArena.com has six shots of Verizon inventory system screens displaying info on phones Big Red hasn’t yet announced. There’s the BlackBerry Storm 2, the HTC Touch Pro 2, the Samsung...
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by Derek Kessler
Aug 18, 2009
Just grab the salt shaker now, you'll need it later. We have two new conflicting analyst opinions for you, courtesy of Barron’s. We’ll start with the not-so-good, and it’s a familiar tune. Amir...
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by Derek Kessler
Aug 17, 2009
Palm Wars Episode V: The Analysts Strike Back. Not long after throwing Palm’s stock into the clearance bin, Morgan Joseph analyst Ilya Grozovsky has penned another research note on Palm. This...
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by Annie Latham
Jul 01, 2009
  There has been talk about the webOS Centro equivalent for some time. Well today, John Paczkowski at All Things Digital's Digital Daily wrote about the possible November arrival of the Palm Eos...
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by Derek Kessler
Jun 14, 2009
Bear with me here. We’re not entirely sure what TechCrunch’s problem with Palm is, but they’re still talking about Palm and have some new information on the Eos (codename: Pixie). According to...
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by Derek Kessler
Jun 10, 2009
Every company codenames their secretly-in-development products, that way should something leak out, nobody will be able to tell what it is. We’ve learned that the Pre’s codename was ‘Castle’, and...