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Jacklyn Dallas (aka NothingButTech88) joins us to talk about folding phone branding, Black Friday deals and news of future flagships!
It was a questionable compaion purchase at $350, but will a contract price of $150 make this small phone worth it as an add-on?
The network is only offering this phone as somewhat of an accessory for subscribers' current phones. It's a small, expensive one at $350.
TCL seems to be taking Palm's ethos into account if this leaked render set is indicative of anything true. But how long does it last?
The last we heard from the company itself was in August. But now there's unofficial word that Verizon will take hold of this Palm redux.
We produce some stories on the hottest topics in mobile technology, but we also thread the fabric of the background. Take a look at these stories and see how they should guide the industry into the future.
The KEYone was one of the surprise breakout hits of 2017, bringing great mobile sales to the BlackBerry brand. Not enough, though, to help its ODM.
PalmPilot and TouchPad fans have some shivers at what might come (or not) come next major trade show and TCL is keeping it vague.
2017 is shaping up to be the year of nostalgia with companies like Nokia, LG, and TCL all tugging on heartstrings of the past.
China's TCL is looking to further ramp up its smartphone-producing efforts this year, with own-brand, BlackBerry and... Palm hardware?!
Oh, how has Palm been forsaken? After TCL bought out the company in 2015, it looked to a crowdsourcing project to see what it could do.
Very little is known about what "Fuchsia" might hold for those working with Google's current operating systems, but the code may be there for a culmination.
TCL bringing Palm back could be a good thing, or a bad thing. It depends on the approach. Was it necessary? Will it help? These questions and more are here.
Learn about the fresh Pebble webOS hires, and how these industry veterans will be turning their attention to smartwatches.
Yota Devices announced the YotaPhone 2 at MWC, an innovative expansion on the original that I want right now. But I won't be able to buy one till 2015.
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Apple’s confirmation that there are no plans to merge OS X with iOS in the near future. Motorola follows the news as the Moto X is going to be on Sale this Monday, January 27th, and the deal is very good. HTC is next as those of you expecting Android 4.4 KitKat on your US variants may see the update in the next coming days. The Google Nexus 5 follows as we get new leaks of the phone in red. We end today’s show talking about Qualcomm and how it just acquired Palm’s patents from HP.
All this and more after the [...]
Qualcomm acquires Palm as well as a large number of patents from HP, as the official press release states. Check out the details as Palm changes hands again
With a number of major OEM's meeting their ends it begs the question, what will the next fallen OEM be?
In the smartphone world, not everything can be a hit - and even hot devices have their low points. Here's 5 missteps ranging from the serious to the inane.
Unboxing videos are shells of their former selves, because no OEMs bundle cool accessories anymore. Wax nostalgic with us with some smartphone memories.
Yes, there's more to today's Pocketnow Weekly podcast than Galaxy S 5 rumors. Also inside: iOS 7, Galaxy S 4 Zoom, & Nokia EOS salivating! Give it a listen!
From nostalgic looks at webOS to the latest Nokia EOS rumors, we talk a ton of tech on this episode of the Pocketnow Weekly Podcast. Join us!
It's been 4 years since webOS launched, and nearly 2 years since its summary execution. Join us for a Palm Pre unboxing to honor this late, great platform.