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by Jonathan I Ezor#IM
Dec 14, 2010
While we're not fond of reporting what every analyst says, lately there's so few out there that even remember that webOS exists so we're duly reporting this one via Forbes. According to BMO...
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by Derek Kessler
Dec 10, 2010
Currently, consumers in America can waltz into their nearest Sprint store and pick up a Samsung Galaxy Tab for use on the CDMA network. But it only works on EVDO, not Sprint’s speedier WiMAX...
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by Derek Kessler
Dec 07, 2010
HP Senior Vice President and Palm Global Business Unit General Manager Jon Rubinstein, formerly CEO of the independent Palm, Inc. (let’s see all that on a business card) sat down with the Wall...
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by Derek Kessler
Dec 03, 2010
If HP is betting big on webOS, chances are they’re going to be placing some very large orders for their next generation devices. If sketchy record owner DigiTimes is to be believed, HP and Palm...
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by Dieter Bohn
Oct 28, 2010
  We already noted that with the unveiling of webOS 2.0, Palm webOS was rebranded as HP webOS. With that update, the Palm Developer Portal had a new logo with the HP circle preceding the Palm name...
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by Dieter Bohn
Oct 26, 2010
  Our pals at CrackBerry.com have posted up the full video demo of the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet from the AdobeMAX conference and we couldn't help notice a few ...familiar... things. First up,...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 25, 2010
  While the Palm Pre 2 might be eliciting less-than-impressed responses from Palm fans, we can’t help but wonder what Palm might come out with next. It’s all but assumed that the Pre 2 was the...
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by Robert Knight
Oct 07, 2010
Jon Rubinstein, the leader of Palm, now a unit of HP (with Rubenstein serving as a Senior Vice President) is listed as number 41 in the 2010 Tech 100 list by T3.com. Last year Rubinstein was...
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by mrkalel
Oct 04, 2010
You know and love @MrKal_El on Twitter, now know and love him here as he gives us his opinion on how Palm and HP need to make a splash, and soon. Recently I’ve been engaged in a bit of a debate (...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 03, 2010
  File this one under, “Well, yeah.” It’s no surprise, but we’ll let you know anyway: both HP and Palm will have a presence CES 2011 in Las Vegas. The Consumer Electronics Show, which will take...