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by Jonathan I Ezor#IM
Jul 01, 2011
HP has made it clear in its positioning of the TouchPad that the device (and, indeed, the entire webOS ecosystem) is being targeted squarely at the enterprise market. One launch day app that is...
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by Derek Kessler
May 10, 2011
It’s strange how AT&T works sometimes. The second largest (and pending regulatory approval, soon-to-be largest) cellular carrier announced a month ago that they were going to have a webOS 3.0...
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by Mark Jensen
Nov 02, 2010
The upcoming AT&T “Meet the Expert - webOS Q&A” webinar this Thursday, November 4th, just got more interesting for those considering attending.  AT&T has announced that they will be...
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by Mark Jensen
Oct 26, 2010
AT&T will be hosting a “Meet the Expert - webOS Q&A” webinar for intermediate and experienced mobile application developers interested in developing for webOS.  The date and time for this...
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by Derek Kessler
Jun 19, 2010
More than anything else we find ourselves clamoring for new hardware from Palm. The Pre and Pre Plus are getting to be incredibly long in the tooth (the base hardware was revealed more than 18...
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by Jonathan I Ezor#IM
Jun 13, 2010
If you are a webOS developer (or would like to be), AT&T has an upcoming webinar for you. “An Introduction to Palm webOS,” featuring Josh Marinacci of Palm’s Developer Relations team, will...
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by Derek Kessler
Jun 16, 2009
Got some questions about the Palm Pre or Sprint? Well, I hope your Thursday mid-day is free, because Sprint is going to be holding a live discussion on Facebook about the Palm Pre. What exactly...
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by Dieter Bohn
Apr 22, 2009
  If you were hoping for big big news from the Webinar, you will be disappointed -- the event was all about Sprint and aimed at people who might have been new to the Pre and be part of an...
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by Dieter Bohn
Mar 12, 2009
  During the first Sprint/Palm Pre Webinar, Palm's Matt Crowley pointed out that the Pre was designed to look and feel like a river stone.  Trying to find news from the event was basically like...