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by Adam Marks
Jan 13, 2011
While creating a web bookmark is a convenient way to return to a website that you visit often, you still need to first open up the Web app and then go through a few steps to actually access that...
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by Adam Marks
Jan 12, 2011
Just as in your browser on our PC, you are able to bookmark webpages in webOS so you can quickly return to that site in the future. Your 12 most recently bookmarks are displayed as tiles when you...
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by Adam Marks
Dec 03, 2010
The Option Key currently comes in two forms: Orange or Silver, depending on if you are on the original Pre or any other webOS device. Regardless of the color, that single keyboard key is quite...
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by Adam Marks
Nov 08, 2010
Have you ever been browsing the web on your device and come across a big gray area that you can't get past on the page?  You probably tried refeshing the page, closing and reloading the web browser,...
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by Adam Marks
Oct 09, 2010
While you can perform a quick search of Google or Wikipedia directly from Universal Search, the web browser has a mini-version of Universal Search built in that allows for a similar action. From...
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by Adam Marks
Oct 07, 2010
Did you know that you can press the Option (Orange/Silver) key and then click on links or pictures in the browser to bring up a pop-up menu with some options on how to interact with those areas? The...
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by Adam Marks
Sep 29, 2010
Many websites (including the full PreCentral.net website) are not built with a mobile browser in mind, often using dropdown menus that are only accessible by rolling your mouse cursor over a...
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by Derek Kessler
Sep 19, 2010
We haven’t often lamented the built-in web browser on our webOS phones, but in all truthfulness it is lacking in some areas and hasn’t evolved all that much since the initial release of webOS....
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by Adam Marks
Aug 18, 2010
Web browsing on a webOS device is usually a great experience, but one complaint we often hear is about the lack of keyboard shortcuts for things such as paging up and down. While there are no...
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by Adam Marks
Jul 30, 2010
Pinch-to-zoom is a good way to zoom in and out throughout webOS, but you can also perform a double-tap to quickly zoom in on large blocks of text within an email, website or document. Simply double-...