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June 2, 2011, 12:35 pm — By

During the Qualcomm Uplinq conference, HP’s Jon Rubinstein confirmed that the company he’s part of intends to offer webOS to some companies. Thus, we could be seeing some “special companies” delivering webOS devices soon. We remind you that HP bought Palm last year for over $1 billion and the results...

April 24, 2011, 2:48 am — By

It seems that webOS is much harder to port on Android hardware than Google’s mobile OS is to run on webOS hardware. k3dar in the precentral forums has managed to make Android run on the Palm Pre, as shown in the video below. We’re talking dual boot here and an “Android Open Source Project” version...

April 2, 2011, 10:40 am — By

HP is ready to pick up the profits for its products launched after joining up with Palm, so in order to increase sales of devices that don’t do so well, they announced that the Palm Pre 2 will be offered free of charge. The offer comes courtesy of HP Wireless Store and follows Verizon’s price drop for the Pre...

February 19, 2011, 8:44 am — By

It doesn’t take a huge phone for impressive performance, a fact proved by the tiny HP Veer smartphone, shown to use during MWC 2011, in Barcelona. The handset should be coming in Q3 and it measures a mere 15.1mm in thickness and 84mm in length. It also weighs 103 grams, less than one of the skinniest phones at MWC,...

February 19, 2011, 8:26 am — By

Don’t think we forgot HP at MWC! We were also present at their booth, ready to test the HP Pre 3 and Veer models. The first comes with an incredible 1.4GHz CPU (Scorpion) that should make running webOS 2.2 a breeze, as shown in the hands on video below. According to the man at the HP booth, this is the webOS device...

February 18, 2011, 2:31 pm — By

MWC 2011 might have ended, but the hype surrounding some devices present at the show isn’t gone! We were there on the floor of the conference in Barcelona, touching and testing many tablets, but there was only webOS 3.0 device. HP TouchPad is the fruit of the cooperation between Palm and HP and it’s not that...

February 12, 2011, 8:52 am — By

Just like the netbooks that were too slim for a DVD drive and made good old laptop owners sad, the HP Veer tiny phone is too small for a 3.5mm audio jack and microUSB port. What to do? The solution is to use magnetic connectors, that will be a pain to carry around, since they’re easy to lose. Pre Central is claiming...

February 10, 2011, 6:47 am — By

HP’s 9th February event finally came and thanks to it we got an opportunity to learn what the webOS action was all about. The US company showed off a new webOS slate, the TouchPad, plus 2 smartphones running the same Palm OS: Veer and Pre 3. While the slate runs version 3.0 of the OS, the handsets are only going with...

February 9, 2011, 7:02 pm — By

During HP’s event today the company unveiled not only the TouchPad slate running webOS 3.0, but also two brand new handsets: Pre 3 and Veer. While the first is a worthy Palm Pre successor, the second is a tinier webOS 2.2 phone, that uses a 2.6 inch multitouch display with a 320 x 240 pixel resolution. The device...