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by Robert Werlinger
Jul 05, 2010
While O2 Germany appears to be the only carrier to have officially released webOS 1.4.5 to their users, the rest of the world waits on pins and needles. Phone Scoop and Engadget note that webOS...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jun 24, 2010
  Aaron Ardiri is in the process of porting Lemmings (one of our favorite games of all time) to webOS. He's liveblogging the whole experience over at mobile1up.com and he looks to have a playable...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jun 22, 2010
As Palm heads towards its acquisition by HP, we can expect plenty of the team to leave the company and head for other pastures. The latest is David Temkin, the VP for the Developer Platform at...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jun 10, 2010
  Palm isn't just throwing parties and giving away cash to woo iPhone developers into porting their iPhone apps to webOS (a process that, seriously, is easier than it seems), they're also putting...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jun 10, 2010
Palm and Appcelerator hosted a party last night to woo iPhone developers into taking a look at PDK apps on webOS - the porting of which apparently takes surprisingly little time. You can check...
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by Jonathan I Ezor#IM
Jan 03, 2010
What a difference a day makes. As of yesterday, the biggest recent news from the webOS Internals global team was the launch of Doom and a video of a non-playable version of Quake. Today, there...
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by Derek Kessler
Dec 29, 2009
Care to see a webOS app developed in under 10 minutes? Sure you do, even if it means having to take a performance enhancing drug just to keep up. Once you get past the rapid pace and robotic pace,...
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by Derek Kessler
Dec 03, 2009
A heavyweight in the mobile advertising arena has thrown their resources behind webOS: AdMob. The firm, which was recently acquired by Google, has targeted mobile advertising for several years,...
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by Derek Kessler
Sep 15, 2009
The Palm Pixi will be the first smartphone to ship with Qualcomm’s new MSM7627 chipset, so there are understandably a lot of questions about what the lower-cost processor will be capable of....
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by Derek Kessler
Sep 02, 2009
Over at Techdirt there’s an editorial suggesting that the Palm and Sprint should get together to set a new price for the Palm Pre: Free. It's an interesting idea, but I don't think it's a good...