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by Derek Kessler
Oct 21, 2010
So there’s plenty of uproar in the United States about the Pre 2 not looking like a possibility for Sprint, but what of the rest of the world? It’s not looking exceedingly good there either. Both...
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by Dieter Bohn
Oct 19, 2010
  Not unsurprisingly, there's a bit of consternation among the webOS faithful that the Palm Pre 2 has been announced for SFR, Verizon, and a Canadian Carrier but not for Sprint - still home to the...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 19, 2010
Good news, America, the Palm Pre 2 is indeed coming to our shores, and as we expected, it’s coming to Verizon. Oh, and some as-of-yet-unidentified Canadian carrier (or carriers). What’s not so...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 12, 2010
Obviously HP’s pretty gung-ho about Palm. It may not be their biggest purchase, but it’s one that stands to have a huge impact and monetary pay-off if they play their card right. And to get as...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 07, 2010
So, with the disclosure of FCC documents on the upcoming Palm P102UEU, it’s becoming clear that the next Palm device is going to be a spec-bumped Pre. The phone even uses the exact same Touchstone...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 06, 2010
We’re listening in on Verizon’s presentation at CTIA and they just announced their plans for their LTE roll-out. Unlike Sprint and Clearwire, who have been flipping on their 4G WiMax network...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 05, 2010
While HP may be the biggest consumer PC seller out there, they’re also tops when it comes to business purchases. We’re talking both big corporate and small shop buys - this is what we in the...
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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
Remember the huge ruckus about SERO back when the Pre first launched on Sprint? For the uninitiated, SERO stands for Sprint Employee Referral Offer, and was a supremely good deal for Sprint...
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by Nathan Mylott
Sep 29, 2010
The all-you-can eat data buffet will soon become one of those stories you tell your kids about the good old days. Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg said recently that the company would soon do away...