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TIP
by Adam Marks
Jul 01, 2011
On this Touchpad launch day, it's only fitting that we provide an update to the very first tip that we published: how to take a screenshot. Since there are no physical keyboard on the Touchpad...
TIP
by Adam Marks
Apr 29, 2011
One key feature that has been missing from webOS since day 1 has been the ability to crop or edit a photo on your device without having to first connect the phone to a computer via USB mode.  One...
Article
by Derek Kessler
Apr 06, 2011
While we’re sitting around waiting for webOS 3.0 and the HP TouchPad to land in our laps, we couldn’t help but wonder about some of the details of that tablet operating system. Well fret not, dear...
TIP
by Adam Marks
Jan 25, 2011
Next up for our PreCentral staff's favorite Tips, we have our Twitter-meister Mahootzki. We have a pretty eclectic mix of tips here, without an overall theme or pattern. But that’s ok, because all...
TIP
by Adam Marks
Nov 19, 2010
In this edition of PreCentral's Tip Roundup, we focus on some keyboard shortcuts or keyboard combinations that are available as a result of the presence of a physical keyboard on all current...
Article
by Derek Kessler
Sep 27, 2010
The fine folks over at Engadget have received a fresh batch of webOS 2.0 emulator screenshots, and while there’s not a whole lot we haven’t seen before, there is some new hotness in there...
TIP
by Adam Marks
Jul 15, 2010
Want to take a shot of your screen?  Simply press Option (orange or silver key) + Sym + P at the same time.  You will find a copy of the screenshot (as a .png file) in the "Screen captures”...
TIP
by Adam Marks
Jun 22, 2010
  Taking a screenshot or screen capture on your Palm Pre or Palm Pixi is easy. Simply press Option (orange or silver key) + Sym + P at the same time.  You will find a copy of the screenshot (as a...