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webOS isn't dead just yet. LG is reportedly taking the troubled mobile operating system off of HP's hands. TechnologyGuide has more details.
Can a group of independent developers do for webOS what HP couldn't do? It certainly couldn't do any worse.
The CES graveyard is full of gadgets that made a big splash in Vegas, but were not ultimately successful, like the Palm Pre. Read this editorial on TechnologyGuide.
HP chief Meg Whitman said her company has no plans to enter the smartphone market in the coming year, apparently contradicting something she said earlier, but a decision also seen as a wise move.
An article from our parent site TechnologyGuide covers research that shows many teens are giving up sleep to text their friends late into the night, and sometimes even in their sleep.
FreedomPop, the free internet service just entered into its free public beta. Now open to the public FreedomPop looks to offer 500MB of data free to all users who wish to sign up for the service. In addition to its fermium service FreedomPop offers a number of other packages making it much more than just 500MB of free data.
Just when you think the webOS is gone with the wind, there's evidence it might be coming back. HP is hiring dozens of engineers with experience in this operating system.
Brighthand's parent site TechnologyGuide has a report on the FAA reevaluating its requirements for electronic devices on board plane. Travellers may soon be able to use their smartphone or tablet the full length of a flight.
Keynote Competitive Research shared results of its nationwide mobile user survey, revealing important insights depicting consumer mobile web experiences.
Facebook's recent IPO made it official: this giant of social networking has no idea how to make money off smartphone users. And this is something the company is going to have to figure out to stay on top.
Virgin Atlantic customers will no longer have to shut off their phones on transatlantic flights from London to New York by the end of the year.
A recent review of published research by a British group found that there is no clear evidence that cell phone causes cancer. This agrees with findings of a study done by the FDA two years ago.
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