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Home and enterprise focuses.
HP has released a roadmap for the open source release of the webOS mobile platform.
HP will keep its PC division, after announcing a strategic review of it in August.
HP has confirmed it will spin off or sell its consumer PC group and will stop making WebOS devices
Training video for retailers suggests HP is looking to create WebOS-based netbooks.
Microsoft has officially launched Windows Phone 7, with a major focus on the cloud and gaming.
Pictures from a beta release of HP's WebOS 2.0 have leaked out, revealing new features.
HP's ePrint range of web-connected printers will include adverts in its auto generated content.
Hewlett Packard continues its spending spree with the acquisition of BIOS specialist Phoenix.
HP is planning a range of Internet-connected printers with e-mail addresses - possibly running webOS.
Palm's App Catalog store suffered downtime this weekend following a time-related glitch.
Hewlett Packard has announced the acquisition of ailing smartphone manufacturer Palm.
A security firm has unveiled an attack on Palm's WebOS platform - as found on its Pre smartphone - which is as simple as sending a malicious SMS.
Market watcher Gartner predicts that mobile application stores like the Android Market or Apple's App Store will generate $6.2 billion in revenue in 2010 - and could decide the platform war.
A survey has revealed that consumer interest in Google's Android platform has surged 15 percentage points in the last three months - rapidly catching up to market leader Apple's iPhone.
Mobile manufacturers Sony Ericsson and Nokia have both pulled Symbian-based handsets off the UK market following complaints about software unreliability.
June 13 2019 | 09:59
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