Palm announced today an unlocked version of its standalone smartphone that debuted in April. The device can be pre-ordered now for $349 and it works with AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and MetroPCS.
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The tiny Palm phone can now be purchased as a standalone smartphone from Verizon for $199, complete with its own mobile number and data plan. The promotional price is valid for this month only.
Palm is reborn. The brand has been revitalised and has announced the Palm, a miniature smartphone that primarily functions as a secondary device, which syncs with your existing smartphone.
It was only about a month ago when we first started seeing evidence that a new Palm handset could be on the way. Now, we get to take another look at the smartphone, showing off its unique UI.
It has been years since we've heard the name Palm and even longer since we've seen a Palm phone at retail outlets. That's soon to change and a new leaked image shows what the phone could look like.
A filing with the FCC and Wi-Fi Alliance gives details about a new Palm device that could make its way to retail before the end of the year. The listing shows it will be running Android 8.1 Oreo.
If you are a Verizon customer and for some reason still think about the possibility of owning a Palm handset, your wish could soon become a reality. A new Palm device could arrive in 2018.
Palm's brand is to reportedly make a comeback via TCL with new devices expected to release in 2018. The company recently reported quite a bit of success with its BlackBerry-branded KEYone smartphone.
A teaser graphic posted on mynewpalm.com gives a small clue as to what may be in store for the Palm brand name. With CES 2015 coming in the next few days, hopefully we will learn more soon.
The Open webOS team - which has been working for two years to bring webOS to a wider range of devices under an open-source licence - has released a new version of the OS, with a new name too.
Qualcomm has announced it has acquired 2,400 patents from HP, which include those that HP had previously bought when it acquired Palm back in 2010. Terms were not disclosed.
HP has confirmed it will release two large Android smartphones in February, the Slate 6 and Slate 7 Voice Tab, but the products will only be released in India for now.
According to one of its executives, HP is poised to take on Apple, Google and Microsoft in the smartphone race. Though no timetable is set for when the company wants to put out a new smartphone.
Singer Ernest Evans, better known as Chubby Checker, has filed a $500 million lawsuit against HP over their alleged part in distributing a Palm app that used his name.
In a new interview, HP CEO Meg Whitman admitted that the company "ultimately has to offer a smartphone" and confirmed that HP is working on such a project, but no other details were revealed.
Jon Rubinstein, who was the head of Palm and later joined HP when that company acquired Palm, has now officially left HP. There is no information on where he will be working next.
A new article quotes former HP and Palm employees as saying the operating system was doomed from the start when HP bought the rights to webOS when it purchased Palm in 2010.
A new rumor claims that HP tried for months in 2011 to sell off its webOS division and all of the assets from its Palm acquisition for $1.2 billion but found no takers at that price.
TouchPad fans can take solace knowing that webOS isn't going anywhere - in every sense of the term. HP's Apple crushing dreams might be crushed, but webOS lives on: say hello to the mobile Ubuntu.
HP's decision today to take webOS open-source certainly came as a something of a surprise - and the company's CEO dropped another bombshell in confirming that HP plans to build more webOS tablets.
HP has announced that it will release the WebOS operating system as open source software, months after the company's decision to stop making WebOS-based hardware products.
After being discontinued back in August, the future looked bleak for HP's TouchPad. But now images have surfaced of what appears to be a new 7-inch incarnation of the ill-fated tablet.
Despite previous reports indicating HP would shut down their webOS division, HP is reportedly now considering bailing out and selling their webOS unit for drastically less
A new rumor claims that HP is getting close to shutting down its webOS division, which it purchased in April 2010, after deciding earlier this week to keep its PC business in-house.
A new rumor claims that Amazon is in advanced talks to acquire HP's Palm unit which would also include buying its webOS operating system
Shortly after HP announces the death of WebOS, Microsoft reaches out to developers offering free Windows Phone 7 devices, training and tools.
HP's possible spin off of its PC business and the shut down of webOS could be an interesting opportunity for Microsoft and its Windows operating system.
HP has not only confirmed it is considering a plan to spin off its PC business but it has also announced it will kill off its webOS phones and tablets.
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