HP talks about webOS, webOS 2.0 coming later this year

Head of HP Palm Division Jon Rubinstein, also known as the former Palm CEO, said during an interview with Fortune that WebOS 2.0 is coming out later this year. July is about to end and only 5 months are left in 2011 arrival. Continue reading “HP talks about webOS, webOS 2.0 coming later this year”

HP Buys Palm For $1.2 Billion

HP has finally decided to buy Palm for $1.2 billion, which equals to $5.70 per share of Palm common stock. This deal is expected to be completed by the HP’s third fiscal quarter ending on July 31.

The wait is over! HP has finally decided to buy Palm for $1.2 billion, which equals to $5.70 per share of Palm common stock. This deal is expected to be completed by the HP’s third fiscal quarter ending on July 31. Under the terms of the merger agreement, Palm stockholders will receive $5.70 in cash for each share of Palm common stock that they hold at the closing of the merger. Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein is expected to remain with the company. Check out the press release below.

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New Version Of Google Voice for iPhone and Palm WebOS Released

Today Google launched a new Google Voice mobile web app for iPhone OS 3.0 and higher and Palm Web OS devices. This feature rich new version of Google voice has made use of the new markup language HTML5. The new web app now lets you display your Google Voice number as the outbound caller ID (so return calls come back to your Google Voice number), send and receive text messages for free, and place international calls at Google Voice’s low rates.

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Are new operating systems in the smart phone field hurting Nokia?

My friend, Ranesh Kumar considered picking up a new Nokia handset before he heard about the new Motorola Droid. Just last week, he bought two Motorola Droids from Verizon, one for himself and one for his fiancée.

Nokia_e70Ranesh was a Nokia fan for a long time and had owned few Nokia’s including an E70. But he made the transition to Verizon for a decent deal on a Voyager two years ago (because he likes qwerty keyboards and that was the only one he liked at the time). Ranesh couldn’t wait for a decent Nokia device to hit the market he liked, so he took the plunge. When he tested out the N97, he was terribly disappointed with the overall OS and decided to hold out for the Christmas season of this year to see what was around the corner and settled on the Motorola Droid running the Android 2.0 OS. Continue reading “Are new operating systems in the smart phone field hurting Nokia?”

Palm Pre Pics FoneArena Exclusive

While we told you Palm Pre is coming soon to India , we are yet to hear from them about the official launch date.The GSM Version certainly does exist as it was spotted at MWC in Barcelona and also in Vietnam. Here are some pics of the CDMA version for now.

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The phone is really small and can be used without opening the keypad. But if you need o type , you need to slide out the QWERTY keyboard. The screen is a gorgeous 320×480 pixels

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Palm Pre Hands On Hits The Internet Early!

Consider our minds blown.

BGR has what is the World’s first hands on with the Palm Pre.

Early impressions are a lackluster keyboard: BG says that the top row is hard to type on due to your fingers hitting the top half of the phone, and the buttons are a little hard to type with as well often times hitting two buttons at once. Continue reading “Palm Pre Hands On Hits The Internet Early!”

Palm Pre Emulator Shows the Pre Interface

Below you’ll find a leaked video of the Palm Pre interface showing the settings options contained within the device.

Seems this emulator was given to early developers and someone has posted a multitude (see TONS) of videos showing a run through of the Pre software.
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iPhone GUI based Iphony for Palm forces Apple to threaten Blogger

The iPhone fever seems to have hit some Palm addicts.

There was a iPhone like launcher utility which was launched a certain while ago. Its called Iphony.

But Apple seems to have taken this seriously and forced a blogger to remove links to the App.
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Folks , you can head over here to see the video:PDA Mexico

via: [engadgetmobile]

Opera Mini available for Blackberry and Palm Treo

opera miniOpera Mini, the free web browser for mobile phones, is now available for BlackBerry and Palm Treo smartphones. Opera Mini is a user friendly superior mobile browser.

Opera Mini is a fast and easy alternative to Opera’s mobile browser, allowing users to access the Web on mobile phones that would normally be incapable of running a Web browser. This includes the vast majority of today’s WAP-enabled phones.

The new version further improves the browsing experience by enabling download of images, MP3s, etc directly to your phone.

Opera Mini uses a remote server to pre-process Web pages before sending them to your phone. Web content is optimized for your device, ensuring fast browsing and a great user experience.

Opera Mini offers the same speed and usability as the renowned Opera mobile browser, and uses Opera Small Screen Rendering technology to provide access to the Web. It has all the features expected of a browser, and more, such as content download, skinning, bookmarks, browsing history. In addition, Opera Mini recognizes your phone and optimizes Web pages accordingly to provide faster browsing.

There are three ways to get the browser: 1) Point your phone’s current browser to http://mini.opera.com; 2) Send an SMS with the word OPERA to 96077 (SMS charges will apply); 3) Visit the Opera site and use the download wizard.

Update: It seems like once you install it into your Treo, there is a problem. When you attempt to open it, you receive the message “Please ensure that IBM’s WebSphere Micro Environment Java VM is installed.” The program would not open.
This is what you have to do: On the Treo 650, you’ll need Micro Environment Java VM. You can get it here: http://www.palm.com/us/support/jvm/