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Palm Pre 2 Landing on Verizon’s Network, Leak Suggests

Palm Pre 2 Landing on Verizon’s Network, Leak Suggests

The information about the Palm Pre 2, the successor to the original version, is slowly and steadily coming out of the pipe. We know that the device will feature a 1GHz processor under the hood, and we'll also be able to find 512MB of RAM. We even know what it's going to look like. And, without a shadow of a doubt, we know the device will launch webOS 2.0 into the world. What we don't know, is where it's heading. But, thanks to a leak from an anonymous tipster, Verizon may be in the running to get it soon.

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The Daily Slash: October 12th 2010

The Daily Slash: October 12th 2010

As we march on through October, we're having to keep up with companies all over the globe announcing something new. Today we saw the release of Sony products with Google TV, and we even got some on-time analysis of the upcoming products. In our story from around the Web, we'll take a look at how Intel is doing, as they've just announced their third quarter results. And then to end the night, we'll take a look at what's been going on around the R3 Media Network. Welcome to the Tuesday edition of The Daily Slash.

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Palm Pre 2 Shows up on French Carrier SFR’s Website, Reveals 1GHz Processor

Palm Pre 2 Shows up on French Carrier SFR’s Website, Reveals 1GHz Processor

The questions swirling around the upcoming unveiling of the Palm Pre 2, or Mansion (or something else entirely) haven't been about whether or not the device exists, but what the features would be. What would be the defining characteristic of the next webOS-based device, that would make the customers fall in line for its release? Well, according to French carrier SFR, it looks like the Palm Pre 2 is certainly coming, and it could indeed be packing a punch.

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Palm P102UEU “Pre 2″ clears FCC with Euro 3G/UMTS

Palm P102UEU “Pre 2″ clears FCC with Euro 3G/UMTS

Palm's new webOS smartphone looks to be another step closer to launch, with the European 3G/UMTS version crossing the FCC as the Palm P102UEU.  Tipped to be Europe's Palm Pre 2, the test results apparently suggest a slider with very similar aesthetics to the existing Pre (since the two share the same part number for the Touchstone-compatible battery cover) and a 1GHz processor.

The news follows a sighting of the Palm P102UNA and Palm P102EWW in a European test database last month, which were believed to be North American versions of the same device for GSM and CDMA networks respectively.  The FCC filing adds another tidbit about the battery, which at 1,150mAh is the same capacity as the existing Pre power pack.

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The Daily Slash: October 4th 2010

The Daily Slash: October 4th 2010

It's the first Monday of October, and right now we're just about ready to wrap up the night. First up, as we take a look at stories from around the Web, we learn that Skype has just appointed a new CEO for the company today. And then, as usual, we'll wrap up the daily happenings from around the R3 Media Network. So, hopefully you had a good Monday, and welcome to The Daily Slash.

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Palm Mansion Device Could Feature 800 x 480 Display

Palm Mansion Device Could Feature 800 x 480 Display

While HP is hard at work at trying to figure out what devices they want to see their newly acquired webOS mobile Operating System on, it looks like Palm (as much as it still exists), is still hard at work on making not only webOS 2.0 better, but also the device(s) that are still coming down the pipe. Thanks to PreCentral, and a "very reliable tipster," it looks like that device could be codenamed Mansion, and it may be a touchscreen-only device.

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HP’s Todd Bradley Says Company Will Sell 15 Million webOS Printers Next Year

HP’s Todd Bradley Says Company Will Sell 15 Million webOS Printers Next Year

For HP, things haven't been all that smooth for the last couple of months. With the disruption that the resignation of Mark Hurd, and the subsequent lawsuits, it's been a very interesting year since HP acquired Palm. But, the company is steadfast in their plan, and Todd Bradley, HP's Executive Vice President for the Personal Systems Group, has some grand plans for next year, which includes HP selling upwards of 15 million webOS-based printers in 2011.

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