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Tim Cook's latest interview at the All Things D conference suggests that Apple may be stubbornly following Palm's history.
Hardware Hack Allows Samsung Galaxy S III to Wirelessly Charge Using Palm Touchstone Charger
Today a reader commented on "Moving from Android to Windows Phone 7 Part 6: The Verdict", an article I posted last fall when I switched from the Motorola Atrix as my personal daily driver to the HTC Titan.
Jon Rubinstein, the man who was the helm of Palm when it released webOS, the Palm Pre, has left the company.
HP revealed its fourth quarter results today and they revealed a startling figure. The company lost $3.3 billion on webOS.
Nokia is using Windows Mobile to power some new phones
HP's CEO Meg Whitman held a meeting tonight and informed employees that the company still doesn't know what to do with webOS.
Sony Ericsson's CEO admitted to the WSJ that the company should have taken Apple's phone more seriously. They weren't alone. RIM, Palm, Microsoft - it goes on.
What's going on with HP, and what does Meg Whitman's CEO role mean for WebOS, the HP PC business and HP Stock.
HP's Board today ousted Leo Apotheker and installed former eBay CEO, Meg Whitman as new chief executive.
Layoffs are underway for the Palm division at Hewlett Packard, which had acquired the Palm brand, hardware division, and webOS software.
As Hewlett-Packard is considering its options to either sell or spin off its Personal Systems Group (PSG), the division that makes personal computers and PC hardware, leaked internal memos suggest that new changes to the webOS team will help to ensure that the mobile OS...
It looks like webOS may find a new foster parent in Samsung as HP still has yet to figure out what it wants to do with its $1.2 billion acquisition when it had bought Palm
For those who managed to snag an HP TouchPad tablet on the cheap when HP offered a fire sale on its remaining inventory, you can now edit documents on your slate thanks to a software update to the webOS QuickOffice HD
A user who reportedly walked into a Best Buy store to acquire the HP TouchPad, which is made to run webOS out of the box, discovered that he got a special version with Android 2.2 Froyo instead
With HP's fire sale of the webOS-powered TouchPad tablet, the company's initial, and perhaps final, foray into the consumer tablet space with webOS, the $99 tablet is getting renewed hope as developers are hard at work in enabling the inexpensive slate to run other oper...
If the adage of our youth was 'no pain, no gain,' then perhaps copping out too early, these mobile and tech companies should be extinct by means of technological Darwinism.
Now that HP has announced that it will not be making new hardware for webOS, followed by a strategic message that the company will, however, continue to support the platform's development despite the fire sale of devices over the weekend that placed the 16 GB model Touc...
Richard Kerris, HP's Vice President of Worldwide Developer Relations for webOS, has confirmed that HP will explore potential hardware partners for webOS.
HP ended manufacturing of their WebOS hardware like the TouchPad, the Veer and the Pre. No matter how good the discounts don't be fooled into buying one.
HP, in a statement, says that it expects to detail the U.S. release of the Pre 3 smartphone soon.
Sales figures at big box retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, and Fry's Electronics suggest that the TouchPad is lagging behind HP's and retail expectations for the debut webOS tablets
UK wireless carrier Orange has posted the support pages for the HP Pre 3, a webOS smartphone that was initially unveiled in February alongside the HP Veer 4G and the HP TouchPad.
Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha has stated that his company is interested in building Windows Phones in the future.
This weekend--and this weekend only--if buy the webOS-enabled HP TouchPad direct from HP, you will get a $100 discount on the slate
HP announced the Pre 3 smartphone in February of 2011. It's now August.
Amazon and Best Buy have already dropped the price of the newly released HP TouchPad.
It appears that the upcoming webOS smartphone, the HP Pre 3, will not be heading to Sprint.
A leaked HP webOS product roadmap revealed some interesting tidbits about HP's plans with webOS as far as products go.
The best HP TouchPad reviews and videos in one place.
The owner of webOS announced in an interview that it was still open to the possibility of a tablet running Microsoft's next-generation Windows 8 platform, though HP is firmly rejecting any notion of a tablet running the rival Android mobile operating system as it has it...
It seems as though the upcoming webOS smartphone, the HP Pre 3, will be arriving on AT&T and Verizon in July.
The HP Pre 3, unveiled alongside the company's TouchPad tablet at the webOS Think Beyond event in February, may be shipping July 8th according to UK retailer Play.com for the price of £349.99.
In a bid to rival Google and Android, Hewlett-Packard may be readying some webOS devices with built-in near field communications (NFC) technologies that would enable its smartphones and tablets to be used as digital wallets.