Who doesn't love a bargain? Smartphone bargains are even more welcome, and the thought of grabbing a flagship model for 86 percent less than the retail price has us dribbling. However, there is a catch.
HP finally does right by webOS, giving it a home as an open source platform.
HP does not plan to sell the HP Pre 3 in the United States, it will only be sold in a limited release.
Verizon Wireless has cut prices on the Palm phones: the Palm Pre Plus is now just $50, the Palm Pixi is $30, and buying either gets you a second one free.
AT&T will be offering the Palm Pre Pus and Palm Pixi Plus, perhaps giving Palm more exposure as it struggles against Android, BlackBerries, and the iPhone.
Times are tough for smartphone maker Palm. it sold just over 400,000 smartphones in its third fiscal quarter, a drop of 29 percent.
After a miserable 2009 Palm is left with few options for the future of it's business. Hail Mary or throw in the towel?
An update to investors reveals slower-than-expected sales for the WebOS lifeboat that Palm reluctantly piled its eggs into last year.
Palm introduced seven 3D mobile games for webOS, some from big-name developers such as Electronic Arts.
Sprint lost $478 million during the third quarter of 2009...but CEO Dan Hesse says things are looking up.
Apple has launched iTunes 9.0.2 to support its latest Apple TV 3.0 software...and along the way they disabled the Palm Pre's ability to sync with iTunes. Again.
Shows on NBC and ABC are weaving product advertisements into their plot lines.
Verizon Wireless and Palm have a long history...but is Verizon now considering passing on the Palm Pre in favor of devices from RIM and Motorola?
Apple is now allowed to block its rival from connecting to iTunes software.