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by Dieter Bohn
Nov 20, 2010
  We just wrapped up the keynote for Palm's Developer Day in New York City. A tag-team of Ben Galbraith, Dion Almaer, Phil McKinney, and Joe Hayashi took the stage to give an overview of where...
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by Dieter Bohn
Sep 14, 2010
We can't say how long this will say online, but somebody going by webos1337 has posted a video of some of the features of webOS 2.0 up on YouTube. It includes just a little more detail than what we...
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by Derek Kessler
Sep 13, 2010
A note for developers: if you submit an app to the App Catalog that you built with the webOS 2.0 SDK, it’ll be denied. Problem is, Palm’s not quite accepting those apps just yet - they'll only...
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by Derek Kessler
Sep 03, 2010
We’ve been speculating about how Palm would pull off a tablet or other keyboard-lacking device, and that of course would require some manner of virtual keyboard. While Palm clearly didn’t announce...
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by Dieter Bohn
Aug 31, 2010
  We've covered the new features (that we know about) coming in webOS 2.0 from a user-perspective with a side of development. But the real focus of today's announcement is the webOS 2.0 Beta SDK...
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by Dieter Bohn
Aug 31, 2010
webOS 2.0 is due out later this year and Palm has dropped some serious details about what's coming in the new OS to us. In addition to lots of goodness for developers in the form of new APIs and...
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by Dieter Bohn
Aug 31, 2010
  Palm has released the webOS 2.0 Beta SDK to developers - go grab it at Palm's Developer Center (developers will need to sign up for the early access program). The SDK is emulator-only for now,...
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by Derek Kessler
Aug 14, 2010
You may remember from the heady days of late July 2010 this awesome fan-made commercial for the Palm Pre (after the break for your reminiscence). Well, it caught Palm’s attention too, and they...
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by Robert Werlinger
Aug 13, 2010
One of the most popular JavaScript frameworks on the web these days is jQuery. It's used by some 31% of of the 10,000 most visited websites on the internet and companies like Microsoft and Nokia...
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by Robert Werlinger
Jul 13, 2010
Developers have plenty of options when it comes to mobile platforms to develop for. You have, just to name a few:  Android, MeeGo, Bada, iOS, Windows Phone 7, Symbian, BlackBerry and well, the...