Qualcomm alleges that Apple’s iPhone infringes on Palm Pre patents

Shortly after the announcement of the iPhone X in September, my colleague Natasha Lomas noted the similarities between the phone and how WebOS operated on the Palm Pre. She ended her article, noting "

The iPhone X reveals why Tim Cook was so mad about Palm

At the unveiling of Apple's new flagship smartphone yesterday, the iPhone X, CEO Tim Cook said it was something the company's staff had been working on for a decade. The new interface looks fluid and

Palm Pre 2 now available in the US for $450 unlocked

Great news for WebOS fans this morning, as the Palm Pre 2 is now finally available in the US. It’s not with any carriers right now (it’s expected to eventually head to Verizon), but that j

Palm Pre 2 Arriving In France This Week, Available From Verizon In "Coming Months"

The second paragraph of HP Palm’s announcement of the Palm Pre 2 offers a bit of interesting news: this the “first device to run webOS 2.0” will be available in France from SFR and t

A Pre Owner's Take On webOS 2.0

<img src="" />Now that it's clear that <a href="">webOS 2.0</

If HP Really Wants To Be Apple, Here's Their Shot. What About Rubinstein?

<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-205204" title="jon-rubinstein1" src="" alt="" />Let me start off by saying that I don't th

Emulate the HP 12c On Your Palm Pre

If you’ve never taken an accounting class, you won’t understand why the HP 12c is so important. It’s basically the go to financial calculator for everyone who has ever touched a 1099

Let's welcome Palm to the land of the living dead

I’ve been bearish on Palm as a standalone platform since they launched last May and today the sadness-tinged chickens have come home to roost: Palm is now part of HP and, like the iPaq before it

Palm Post: Another Exec Set To Take Off

<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-175371" title="Treo755p" src="" alt="" />Palm has seen better days. Following the departure of se

WebOS vulnerability found, patched by Palm in latest release

<img src="" />What to make of this <a HREF="">WebOS</a> exploit? It was discovered by the Intrepidu

Maybe it's horrible customer service that's hobbling Palm?

Dwight “The Houston Tiger” Silverman, like so many tech dudes, likes the Palm Pre and Pixi and, in a way, doesn’t understand why Palm is on the rocks. However, he got an email from a

T-Mobile getting some Palm webOS lovin'?

Palm’s webOS is certainly one of the more polished operating systems out there; the others being the iPhone OS and Android. It’s clean, simple to use and attractive. However, it was availa

Mario Kart (and more) for your Palm Pre

A WebOS port of the popular GB/CGA emulator is pretty rocking’, even though it only runs at 90% speed on a good day. The hackers who figured all this out will get it back up to speed shortly but

Brightkite Expands Product Line-up With Mobile Apps For Nokia, Palm Phones

<img src="" width="215" height="78" />Popular location-based social network <a href="">Brightkite</a> has

Pluses Pre and Pixi priced

If you’re in the market for a WebOS Plus device then they’ll cost you $150 for the Pre and $100 for the Pixi whenever Verizon launches them.

iPhone Beats Droid, Nexus One And Droid Eris In Touchscreen Performance

<img src="" width="215" height="72" /> To be honest, I don't really care which is the better smartphone (or <a href="https:/

BlockChalk Is Location-Based Sidewalk Chalk For Your Mobile Device

<img src="" width="133" height="200" />With its <a href="">new geolocation AP

With New Staff In Place, Techmeme Polishes Its Mobile Experience

<img src="" width="133" height="200" />If you're addicted to <a href="">Techmeme</a>, like we are, you're probabl

Android Creep: Gmail Chat Starts Showing Which Contacts Use Android Phones

<img src="" width="215" height="98" />Google is powerful. We all know this, and live with it. But that brings up some interesting

Consumer Review: The Best Smartphones On The Market

<img src="" width="134" height="200" /> With the Holiday Season nearly upon us, we at TechCrunch thought it would behoove us to s
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