Popular Palm Articles for 2011
Verizon is offering the Palm Pre 2, which runs HP's webOS and includes a 3.1-inch touchscreen and a sliding keyboard. Is it worth getting or should customers wait for the[...]
The latest webOS smartphone, AT&T's HP Veer 4G is the size of a credit card but still has a physical keyboard and a touchscreen, 5-megapixel camera, 8GB of storage capacity...[...]
The HP Veer 4G will be the next smartphone running the webOS. This device is going to be small, but still have a physical keyboard and a touchscreen. Jen Edwards[...]
HP has just unveiled a major change in its webOS strategy. It is going to stop producing smartphones and tablets running this operating system, but isn't dropping it completely.
Memorial Day sales are long tradition, and a number of retailers are offering special prices this weekend on a range of smartphones and accessories. This includes some of the latest[...]
Anyone can use a smartphone for phone calling, texting, and browsing the Web. Yet, what sets smartphones apart from usually cheaper featurephones is in their ability to run apps that[...]
In his latest "From the Editors Desk" column, Ed Hardy discusses why HP was forced to end its plans to release phones and tablets based on the webOS, and what[...]
HP has just officially announced a pair of webOS 2.1 smartphones: the Pre 3 is going to have a 3.6-inch display, while the Veer will be a much smaller option.[...]
Jon Rubinstein, the head of HP's mobile division and former CEO of Palm Inc., has some bad news for most users of his company's smartphones: the Palm Pre and Palm[...]
In the days when Palm OS was the top mobile platform, thousands of apps were written for it. Now, Palm OS is almost forgotten, but developers can use a software[...]
HP's CEO announced today a new course for webOS: it is being made open source, and HP engineers and any developers who are interested will keep updating and improving it.[...]
Looking back over 2011, there have been some spectacular failures, but some big successes, too. The Brighthand editorial staff considers the previous 12 months and picks the winners and losers,[...]
When the Palm Pre 2 was unveiled last year, HP said this webOS-based smartphone is going to be released by Verizon Wireless. More than three months later, this still hasn't[...]
In the wake of HP's controversial decision to stop production of webOS-based devices, the company is now giving pink slips to its employees who developed these smartphones and tablets.
HP has released a system software upgrade for Verizon's version of the Pre 2. The move to webOS 2.1 brings features like Exhibition Mode and voice dialing.
When HP officially unveiled the Pre 3 early last month, the company didn't say which wireless carriers will be offering this webOS-based smartphone. New evidence suggests that one of these[...]
Although HP has stopped making webOS smartphones and tablets, the company hasn't completely given up on this operating system. Samsung may be interested in taking the webOS off HP's hands,[...]
Jon Rubinstein, the man responsible more than any other for the creation of the webOS, has been replaced as the head of the HP business unit responsible for the ongoing[...]
HP executives are making it increasingly clear that they intend to license the webOS to other companies. If this comes to pass, then multiple companies will be making devices running[...]
The FCC has approved a device that, with a bit of reading between the lines, appears to be Verizon's version of the HP Pre 3. If so, then this carrier's[...]