Category: HP WebOS news


WebOS is open sourced by HP

The fate of webOS has been decided. Well, at least for now. HP decided to open source webOS and let the community drive the mobile OS in future. HP will keep on contributing development resources though, and even new HP hardware is a possibility. Competition is always good, and I would love to see webOS […]


HP officially kills off webOS phones and tablets

The big news keep coming from the mobile industry. After Google purchased Motorola Mobility in a move that surprised many, HP announced yesterday that they will stop their webOS smartphone and tablet business. I was hoping that HP could breath new life into the platform, but sadly they never put in the effort which would […]

Palm Pre review on engadget

Engadget published a very nice and informative in-depth review of the Palm Pre. They take a closer look at the hardware as well as the OS and the applications. The new webOS looks like a winner, and the touchscreen seems to be incredibly sharp and clear. Reading through the review, there are some issues which […]

Palm Pre release date officially announced

Finally Palm announced the u.s. release date for the Palm Pre which is set at june 6th. Check out the official Palm blog. The price tag is at $199.99 (after rebate and service agreement) on sprint only. Without any contract/sim lock the price is rumored to be about $500, which is pretty up to par […]

The Palm Pre, hit or miss?

When palm showed of their new device on the consumer electronics show in january i was very impressed. After viewing the key notes and checking out all new features of the palm pre i could even imagine switching from windows mobile to the new palm device and webOS, because windows mobile has stalled for the […]