LG WebOS
LG’s webOS will power smart TVs by other brands
With LG webOS TV, partners also get a diversity of content options including access to global streaming service apps
LG opens webOS source code once again
Can you believe that we’re talking about this again? Long ago, it was Palm and HP’s product. What does LG want to do with it… other than TVs?
TCL finally to move on Palm brand next year
PalmPilot and TouchPad fans have some shivers at what might come (or not) come next major trade show and TCL is keeping it vague.
LG webOS Smart TVs getting Google Play Movies
LG’s mobile roundhouse is allĀ over Android. Its Smart TV lineup is powered…
6 awesome features left to take from webOS
In honor of webOS’s sixth birthday, we introduce to you 6 awesome features that have yet to be poached from webOS. Enjoy.
HP TouchPad Go Review: The webOS what-if
The HP TouchPad Go was to be HP’s 7″ offering in a time before 7″ tablets existed. But it was tragically murdered before it could see the light of day.
April Fool’s: HP Buys Back webOS, Announces Pre 4-1
HP has shocked the world by buying webOS. Again. They re-enter the smartphone arena having learned form their past mistakes and are ready to take on iOS and Android in about 3 years or so.
The Fourth Platform: Is There Really Any Room for It?
From Sailfish to Tizen to Ubuntu to webOS to Firefox, there’s no shortage of contenders for the number-four spot in smartphone platforms. But is there any room for a fourth, really? Read on to see what we think.
Android Multitasking Is (Still) A Half-Baked Ripoff
The hobbled nature and halfhearted implementation of Android’s card-based multitasking severely impairs the usefulness of what could be -and, in another life, what was- a compelling, awesome feature.
Where We’re Coming From: Michael Fisher’s Device History
How I feel about a new smartphone is shaped by every device I’ve ever owned. My experiences over the past eight years affect my perception of new devices. You come here, in part, to read our impressions of these new phones. Some of you weigh these impressions when making buying decisions. So doesn’t it make sense that you know where I’m coming from? I think so. So today, I’m sharing with you a rundown of all the smartphones I’ve ever owned.
Why People Love(d) webOS
webOS has continued as a relevant platform in the mobile space for so long, not just because of its calamitous, headline-worthy fall from grace, but because so much of its revolutionary roots fuel the most popular mobile devices of today.
Tiny Droid: Installing Android on the HP Veer (Video)
Devotees of the webOS ecosystem learned long ago not to underestimate the…
Notification LEDs Are A Dead Art
We’ve talked before about notifications being the essence of a mobile device.…
Survey: People Want Thin Devices With 4.0-4.5-Inch Displays
Apple and some others might disagree but you really can’t ignore the…
How Would HP Implement webOS Video Calls?
The upcoming HP Pre 3 will feature a front-facing camera when it…
Android Hacked To Dual-Boot On Palm Pre
We’re a sucker for seeing phones run operating systems they were never…
Hack Enables Classic Palm OS Emulator on webOS 2.1
When Palm debuted its webOS platform, it enlisted the company MotionApps to…
How to Read eBooks on Your Smartphone
An eBook, or an Electronic Book, is a digital publication containing text,…
WebOS Games Ported onto the Nokia N900
A Nokia N900 has been hacked to run games written specifically for…