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Open WebOS snubs legacy devices


The Open WebOS Project won’t support existing hardware, according to a blog post published yesterday. The project blog announced it’ll be focusing its efforts on future SoC’s that support the Linux 3.3+ Kernel, or where open source replacements for proprietary components are available. Those hoping to get a little extra life out of their Palm…

ComScore: 2/3 of tablet owners play games


Do you own a tablet and not play video games? According to a recent study by ComScore, you’re officially in the minority amongst tablet owners as their study has found 67% of tablet owners have played a game in September, 23% of which play games on a daily basis. As for other tablet activities, many…

In Memoriam: The life and death of webOS


HP is killing off its webOS devices and it looks like the end of the line for the platform. Let’s take a look back at how it came to be and why we’re now looking at the end of the line. Palm was in the smartphone game before it was cool with its Treo lineup…

Nielsen: Mobile data in the U.S. is cheap

Smartphone usage increases, Nielsen says

Nielson released some new information regarding how smartphone data usage has changed in the past year and it shows that usage has gone up even though prices haven’t. It’s no doubt that the amount of smartphones in the market has increased dramatically and this is all thanks to the growth of Android and the iPhone…

What’s the best phone coming out?

What phone are you most looking foward to?

If you’re looking for a new smartphone, it’s going to be a wonderful time over the next few months as we should see a variety of high-quality handsets. Let’s take a look at some of the contenders and let us know what phone you’re most looking forward to. The one big question is if the…

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