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As some of you will recall I've been working with the iPad and iPad 2 for some time and have recently picked up an HP TouchPad as well as a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.
Well, whadda ya know? HP in doing all of its spinning, dodging and weaving since they decided to call the July 1 launch of the HP TouchPad and claim that yesterday, July 17 was the real launch, let it be known that the missing Amazon Kindle App would appear shortly. ...
After HP shifted around some upper management associated with its big investment in webOS, the speculation went wild that this was mostly due to the less than stellar response to the HP TouchPad.
Amazon and Best Buy have already dropped the price of the newly released HP TouchPad.
[caption id="attachment_58689" align="alignright" width="300" caption="HP TouchPad - WebOS Slate"][/caption] James Kendrick links to some information that we might be seeing the first webOS TouchPad update around the end of July or so.
Hmmm? HP has shaken up its webOS team, very shortly after launching the flagship webOS HP TouchPad. John Rubinstein looks like he's been kicked upstairs and Stephen DeWitt is now the Senior VP for webOS. Rubinstein who came over when HP acquired Palm a year ago will n...
Monday was just one of those days. Terribly hot. I had to run quite a few errands for the theatre as we're prepping for our production of The Nerd that opens this weekend.
If you're an HP TouchPad owner and looking for a way to easily sync playlists and music to your TouchPad device, then you might want to check out the Beta of HP Play.
Yesterday I published two posts regarding things I like and things I don't like about the HP TouchPad. As expected they've generated some interesting conversations in the comments.
Well, if you're a HP TouchPad owner and an Angry Birds player on a webOS phone, it looks like you don't have to start slinging birds at pigs from scratch.
I posted a sister post that some might find schizophrenic to this one that contains Five Reasons to Avoid the HP TouchPad. Here, I'll lay out some of the reasons I remain eternally optimistic about the webOS fueled TouchPad.
I'm a few days into testing out the HP TouchPad and it has its pluses and minuses. This post lists some reasons that I would avoid making a purchase at this point and is meant to accompany a post that will follow with some reasons why you might want to think about makin...
It's the 4th of July here in the US and I'm getting ready to head to the great hot, muggy outdoors for the rest of the day. Actually, I've been in the great, hot, muggy outdoors most of the morning as I've been on my porch enjoying both the morning and playing around ...
I picked this Easter Egg up from James Kendrick, who picked it up from Jason Perlow. It's silly and fun. If you're familiar with webOS you know that you discard and App or card by flicking it up at the top of the screen.
So, after purchasing a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and an HP Touchad yesterday I took a few unboxing pictures. My powers of observation obviously went the way of the dodo bird.
Call me crazy. Call me a victim of gadget lust. Call me broke. Whatever. I went a little crazy this morning and picked up a couple of Tablets at the local Best Buy.
Like I've said before, HP has bet quite a bit on the release of the TouchPad, its webOS Tablet that features what HP hypes as the beginning of a wave of devices that will see some webOS goodness in the future.
So, I had to run some errands in town today and stopped by Best Buy after grabbing some lunch. Sure enough they had the HP TouchPad on display so that you could check it out.
[caption id="attachment_58689" align="alignright" width="300" caption="HP TouchPad - WebOS Slate"][/caption] Life isn't fair. We all know that.
The best HP TouchPad reviews and videos in one place.
We're getting closer and closer to the release of the HP TouchPad. Due to hit store shelves this Friday, we're already seeing that some Walmart and Best Buy locations may be setting out demo units a bit early.
Looks like HP is starting to crank up the marketing steam a bit for the HP TouchPad. This commercial features boxer and politician Manny Pacquaio showing of the TouchPad, while he's showing off himself. http://youtu.be/QzjqH3FBnko.
The HP TouchPad with webOS 3.0 is now available for pre-order through a bunch of different retailers.
The HP TouchPad is launching July 1st for $499 and $599 and will be available for pre order on June 19th.
Choose your own adventure infographic helps you pick a tablet with a bit of humor.
Looking for a detailed demo of the HP TouchPad? Well, SanDisk has provided exactly what you've been looking for.
HP has big hopes for its "coming this summer" TouchPad. HP Exec Eric Cador is so stoked that he proclaimed: In the PC world, with fewer ways of differentiating HP's products from our competitors, we became number one; in the tablet world we're going to become better ...
The HP TouchPad has shown up in a teaser page on Best Buy's website, a site that has the words 'Coming Soon' on it.
The HP TouchPad has appeared at the FCC which means that it's on track to be released at some point this summer.
Slashgear is linking to a post on PreCentral that says the HP TouchPad will start at $499 for a 16GB model and $599 for a 32GB model when they are released in June.
HP has issued a statement saying that it will not be selling the notebook and desktop business. Find out why it won't happen anytime soon.
Amazon.com has posted a product page for the HP TouchPad. The page is pretty sparse at the moment, just listing specs and asking if you'd like to receive alerts when the device is actually for sale.
First it was on Amazon.com, now the HP TouchPad has showed up on a short video from Vietnam. This is apparently the GSM version. There's a SIM card slot but no official word on whether or not this is what will be shipping at some point later this summer. Hmm? Just cu...
Looks like things are getting closer for the HP TouchPad. The WiFi only model is now listed on Amazon but only for you to sign up for an email alert.