by Mobile Phones

In a recent interview with CNBC, HP Executive Vice President of Personal Systems Group Todd Bradley revealed that HP will not manufacture any Windows Phone 7 handset. Instead, the Palo Alto, California-based company plans to take on the iPhone and Android devices exclusively with webOS, which HP obtained after it acquired Palm webOS based smartphones.
HP is one …

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by Software & Utilities

Palm has released the SDK of its latest webOS update 1.4 so that developer can enjoy of the benefits of webOS 1.4.

It’s a bit different than the “developers get the new firmware first” mentality we’ve grown used to from those other guys, but Palm has now released the SDK for webOS 1.4.

The most important feature in this …

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by Mobile Phones

In 2009 we were celebrating a little over 1100 applications on the official App Catalog. Now we are happy to announce that Palm Pre and Pixi owners have more then 1200 applications available for their webOS devices at this moment, with more on the way of course.

And just in case you have not noticed, Palm is bringing new …

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by Facebook

If you ask an iPhone owner what he likes best about his device, you’ll often hear the following answer: well, it’s great for surfing, and it also has a fantastic Twitter and Facebook app

And yet, owners of Palm Pre (which is a direct competitor to the iPhone) didn’t have an (official) Facebook application – until now. The …

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by General

All the power of Palm webOS — including multitasking activity cards, Palm Synergy, intuitive notifications, and universal search — will soon be available in a striking new form factor. Palm Pixi — due on the Sprint network in time for the holidays — is Palm’s thinnest phone ever. With a visible full keyboard and rubberized back cover, Palm Pixi is …

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by Microsoft, Windows

Digitimes has a report on an alleged roadmap for Microsoft’s Windows Mobile platform. It seems that the Redmond giant has opted for a dual approach: they will release Windows Mobile 6.5, then upgrade it, and keep it alive even after Windows Mobile 7 arrives in late 2010. One cannot help but wonder how this approach will help the aging …

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