Archives For WebOS
It looks like LG, which had been a Google TV partner bringing the search giant's mobile OS to its big HDTV screens, is now looking to switch allegiance and is favoring the Open webOS platform, which was born out of HP open-sourcing webOS post-Palm acquisition.
The HP TouchPad has gone on sale at Woot.com for today only.
HP CEO Meg Whitman says and open source WebOS could fill the void left by a possible close-source Android.
Jon Rubinstein, the man who was the helm of Palm when it released webOS, the Palm Pre, has left the company.
What was once a field of dreams two years ago is now littered with casualties. Hopes and hype have been dashed. Strategies have been changed and are changing again.
It's the end of the year and its time for wrap-ups, predictions and more crystal ball gazing than you can shake a branch of holly at.
After a more than tortured journey in its life so far, the much loved, but tough to gain traction webOS now has a destination again.
Fate of webOS Coming Within the Day?
TouchPad Fire Sale Resumes Sunday
Find out what Carrier IQ is, and how it may be tracking what you do on your phone. A breakdown by carrier and phone manufacturer.
Meg Whitman in an interview with Le Figaro has said that HP will most likely be making a decision on what it will do with webOS within the next two weeks.
Irony: HP's Exit of the Consumer Tablet Market Gave It the Most Market Share Outside Apple
A look at five gifts you'll want to avoid giving this 2011 holiday season.
HP revealed its fourth quarter results today and they revealed a startling figure. The company lost $3.3 billion on webOS.
HP's CEO Meg Whitman held a meeting tonight and informed employees that the company still doesn't know what to do with webOS.
HP will reportedly decide the fate of webOS tonight at an all-hands meeting.
HP Mulling Selling webOS Software Business
I wouldn't want to be Meg Whitman, the new CEO of HP, Todd Bradley, or any of the other execs at HP as they try to muddle through their next moves for HP's future.
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.
HP has confirmed that it will keep its PC division and that it will likely re-enter the tablet arena with Windows 8.
Long Live HP's TouchPad...With Windows 8!?
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...
A comparison between the iPhone 4S, the Samsung Galaxy S II and the Windows Phone Mango powered HTC Titan.
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.
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.
Layoffs are underway for the Palm division at Hewlett Packard, which had acquired the Palm brand, hardware division, and webOS software.
A leaked photo from a Chinese forum seems to show off HP's unreleased 7-inch HP TouchPad.
Word out of HTC is that they're considering the possibility of owning their own operating system. No names named, but webOS is on the minds of industry watchers. Regardless, the big question is: should HTC bother owning an OS?
HP has begun sending out emails informing customers that HP TouchPad backorders will start shipping in 6-8 weeks.
I'm sure the hackers and tinkers out there will enjoy this. I'm not sure HP or the webOS team will though. The folks at Team TouchDroid have been working, as have other groups, to get a working port of Android onto the HP TouchPad.
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...
Perhaps the CEO of Samsung and the former CEO, now chairman, of Google clarified some things with recent comments. Or perhaps not.