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The HP TouchPad, the device that was killed off by HP, has gotten Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Most folks who follow my mobile and Tablet blogging here know that I really enjoy the iPad experience. Some (including my wife) say I enjoy it far too much.
The HP TouchPad has gone on sale at Woot.com for today only.
A look at five gifts you'll want to avoid giving this 2011 holiday season.
Black Friday brings dozens of tablet deals, but there are only a few worth getting out of bed to nab. Click here for the best & worst deals.
You might still be able to pick up a HP TouchPad at Best Buy or eBay or through some other method or off hand promotion. But if you were on that waiting list with HP it looks like you are out of luck. According to Neowin, users who signed up to be notified when HP ha...
The HP TouchPad will be returning to Best Buy on November 1st for $149. There's a catch though.
The HP TouchPad and webOS is certainly going to be one of the stories of the year in mobile tech. The big push and then the big quick stop and then the let's make a few more is certainly one of the strangest things I've ever seen. But, for those who still have a Touc...
Still pining for the webOS devices that you'll never get to have? I know your pain. If you're willing to settle for the next best thing -- videos of the hardware you'll probably never get a chance to own -- then head over to Engadget.
A leaked photo from a Chinese forum seems to show off HP's unreleased 7-inch HP TouchPad.
HP has begun sending out emails informing customers that HP TouchPad backorders will start shipping in 6-8 weeks.
Round and round we go. Yesterday the web was a-twitter with news that HP was working to shut down what looked like a bogus refund site in Germany that promised customers refunds for TouchPads.
HP has confirmed that the last batch of HP TouchPads will be headed to North America only.
The CyanogenMod Team ported a rudimentary version of their version of Android to the HP TouchPad. They hope to have a fully working version to release soon.
HP is making one more run of $99 HP ToouchPads. Here's 4 reasons this may be happening.
The HP TouchPad has gotten popular enough for Hulu to finally take notice and start blocking users from accessing the site.
If you didn't get an HP Touchpad, here are a few alternatives that are not as cheep but might be as good or better. They at least are not discontinued hardware.
HP has announced that it is temporarily out of TouchPad stock. In addition, it says not to call but to use Twitter to find out when the device will be in stock.
Like many I was stunned at the news from HP last week that they were dropping their interest in webOS hardware. Like some I think it is probably the beginning of the end of webOS, even with many (including HP) saying it might still have a life.
HP did what it couldn't do before - create a demand for their WebOS HP Touchpad tablet. Too bad they had to kill it in order to do so and too bad they won't see the profit.
Oh, the spectacle. Oh, the drama. It didn't take long at all for retailers to go into disaster mode once the news that HP was killing the TouchPad.
Investors are nervous about HP in wake of many announcements.
Is Best Buy to blame for HP dropping the TouchPad tablet? Being the biggest nationwide electronics manufacturer gives them influence, did they wield it?
Richard Kerris, HP's Vice President of Worldwide Developer Relations for webOS, has confirmed that HP will explore potential hardware partners for webOS.
Why can't a powerful company like HP compete against Apple in the tablet arena. Here are a few reasons why we think they had to kill off the TouchPad today.
One of the big debates about Tablets (and there are several) is still the consumption vs creation debate. In my view Apple and its iPad can stand on either side of that debate, depending on what kind of creative work you're doing.
AT&T's HP TouchPad 4G has passed through the FCC, another sign that the new webOS tablet will be launching at some point in the near future.
HP has made the TouchPad tablet price cut permanent, beating the iPad by $100.
With prices for the HP TouchPad dropping faster than confidence in US politicians actually being able to lead, HP has decided to offer up a little give back to early adopters.
Score big savings on the HP TouchPad this weekend only.
After testing out the HP's webOS 3.0.2 update for the TouchPad, I can say that HP has taken some steps in the right direction for its first webOS Tablet.
HP promised that an update for webOS 3.0 was coming in July. August 1 technically isn't July, but when you're dealing with these kind of things, I guess you might want to call it close enough.
I was one of those folks back when the iPad was first released that thought that Apple was hedging its bets by introducing a Bluetooth keyboard as an accessory.
First, let's get over or wallow in the whole man purse/bag thing. Go ahead. The rest of the post will be here when you get back. OK, now that you're back, I think I've discovered a very good choice for a small gadget bag to tote the current crop of Tablets around in....
As I continue to check out the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the HP TouchPad, along with my ongoing usage of the iPad 2, I'm about to begin an interesting two week challenge.