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webOS Touch to Share URLs, Calls, and More Between Pre3 and TouchPad

webOS Touch to Share URLs, Calls, and More Between Pre3 and TouchPad

We're live at the webOS 3.0 / Palm / HP event today covering all the news that's blasting forth from the groups, all of it adding up to what seems to be the truth - webOS isn't dead. One of the more interesting features is a touch-to-share function that works between the Pre3 and the TouchPad, and more than likely between every other set of webOS devices in the future so long as they have webOS 3.0. This feature works to share everything from URLs to phone calls, allowing you to use the screen size you need when you need it.

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Palm Pre 2 Hitting Verizon Tomorrow

Palm Pre 2 Hitting Verizon Tomorrow

Just announced from the HP Palm Think Beyond webOS event is that the long speculated Palm Pre 2 is finally hitting Verizon tomorrow. The device is the first to sport the webOS 2.0, but sadly this release announcement comes just as they announce exciting news about the Palm Pre 3.

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Palm TouchPad Keyboard Offers Several Sizes Out of Box

Palm TouchPad Keyboard Offers Several Sizes Out of Box

The brand new Palm TouchPad, just announced at HP's event today on February 9 2011, is said to be featuring a variable size keyboard, adjustable on screen at the tap of a button. This small, medium, and large adjustment should be able to help you work with whatever type of typing you're used to - tiny screened handset to giant laptop sized keys.

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Palm Made HP Relevant Again

Palm Made HP Relevant Again

It’s no secret that mobile, namely smart phones and tablets, is the hottest topic in the tech industry today. It’s almost as if companies who don’t have products in these categories are not even in the conversations dominating industry trade shows and conferences.

Had HP not purchased Palm this would still be the case. However they did purchase Palm and now HP finds themselves right back in the middle of this fascinating mobile conversation, this time with a fresh suite of mobile products.

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HP TouchPad webOS 3.0 tablet official

HP TouchPad webOS 3.0 tablet official

We've been calling for a webOS-based tablet for years now, and HP has finally delivered with the HP TouchPad. The first of a new HP webOS TouchPad tablet family, it has a 9.7-inch 1024 x 768 capacitive touchscreen and dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8060 processor, squeezed into a 242 x 190 x 13.7 mm chassis weighing around 740g. It will also help debut the next-generation of Touchstone wireless peripherals and webOS 3.0.

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HP Pre3: 1.4GHz webOS flagship

HP Pre3: 1.4GHz webOS flagship

HP has officially announced the third-generation Pre, the HP Pre3, the company's new flagship webOS smartphone. Based around a 3.58-inch WVGA 800 x 480 touchscreen and offering an enlarged slide-out QWERTY keyboard, the Pre3 runs Qualcomm's 1.4GHz MSM8x55 chipset with either 8GB or 16GB of storage. HP has also used its new Touchstone technology, which allows the new webOS range to transfer information by tapping them together.

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HP Veer shrinks webOS to 2.6-inches

HP Veer shrinks webOS to 2.6-inches

HP has officially announced the HP Veer, the smallest webOS smartphone to date at around the size of a credit card. Billed as bridging the gap between feature phones and smartphones, the Veer has a 2.6-inch glass touchscreen and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. It also packs the latest Touchstone technology, allowing webOS devices to transfer information simply by tapping them together.

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HP webOS event starting now!

HP webOS event starting now!

HP's big surprises - the HP Pre3, HP Veer and HP TouchPad - may have been revealed already, but that doesn't mean we're not interested in what the company has done in terms of webOS today. SlashGear is on-site and waiting for the event to begin, and while there's no sign of any Palm logos, we're still expecting plenty of Palm DNA in the line-up.

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