Brighthand: HP mobile division head Jon Rubinstein has bad news for current Palm Pre and Pixi owners.
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The tablet device based on Palm's mobile operating system adds to the cavalcade of recent tablet introductions.
PC World: Tablet called PalmPad may debut at CES next month.
Jon Rubinstein, the former CEO of Palm, revealed a bit aboutPalm's future direction as part of HP.
HP finally releases the update to its mobile operating system software but is it too little, too late for mobile management and mobile app developers?
Just days before Microsoft launches its make or break smartphone operating system, Windows Phone 7, the company says it licensed some Palm technology.
The rumors of a webOS-powered tablet are starting to look more realistic.
The HP CEO hints that printers running Palm's mobile Linux webOS may be able to connect directly to the Internet via Wi-Fi.
An unlikely source say yes, but analysts are skeptical, even at the notion Palm had a mobile computing tablet already in the works.
Is HP giving up on the Slate device Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer showed at CES because of power issues or the company's blockbuster acquisition of Palm?
HP buys the struggling smartphone-maker for $1.2 billion. How does this all fit in with HP's overall mobile device strategy?
The Tawain-based phone giant was widely viewed as the likely buyer of Palm. But now speculation turns to Lenovo, or Palm toughing it out on its own.
The latest blow for the smartphone company in its fight for survival is the loss of more than 4,000 retail outlets. Will the flagship Palm handhelds succeed?
The departure of the head of Palm's webOS development team is a bad sign, according to investment bank UBS. What else about the mobile device maker has the analysts concerned?
With too many competitors for its Pre/Pixi, the venerable phone maker looks for an appropriate suitor to help it survive. Which vendor would be the best choice?