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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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HP TouchPad confirmed: HP Topaz tablet gets early outing

HP TouchPad confirmed: HP Topaz tablet gets early outing

We're eagerly waiting to see what HP has in store for us at its webOS event in just a few hours time, but thanks to some pin-sharp hearing and presentation rehearsals we at least know what the new HP tablet is set to be called. PreCentral got on site early and overhead mention of the HP TouchPad, the launch name for the slate we've so far known as Topaz.

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HP tease webOS tablet/smartphone curves [Video]

HP tease webOS tablet/smartphone curves [Video]

As teasers go, HP and Palm's new video ahead of the webOS event next week is very brief and very elusive. A few buttons and switches, some curved corners and little else; it's hard to know whether this is HP's new smartphone range or indeed their tablets.

Video after the cut

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HP/Palm want you thinking about Feb. 9th

HP/Palm want you thinking about Feb. 9th

HP/Palm has made the “Super Device Countdown” app available, give you a screen with a countdown clock, webOS in the background, and HP logos bouncing all over the screen.  The clock is ticking down to a mysterious February 9th event that HP/Palm is calling “Think Big. Think Small. Think Beyond.”

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HP / Palm webOS Tablet UI Details Leak, Look Fantastic

HP / Palm webOS Tablet UI Details Leak, Look Fantastic

Anyone excited about the HP Topaz webOS tablet will be downright giddy after reading this latest news. The folks at PreCentral have received some leaked slides of the new webOS Tablet interface. Is it hot?

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HP Topaz webOS tablet detailed plus Touchstone v2 wireless plans

HP Topaz webOS tablet detailed plus Touchstone v2 wireless plans

Further details on HP's Topaz webOS tablet have emerged, detailing the specifications of the 9.7-inch XGA slate we're expecting to hear about at the event on February 9. According to documents finding their way to PreCentral - and which date back to sometime in 2010 - Topaz will use Qualcomm's dual-core 1.2GHz MSM8660 CPU with Adreno 220 graphics, together with dual-band WiFi b/g/n, optional HSPA and, eventually, LTE and CDMA, and a battery good for over 8hrs. More interesting, though, is the Touchstone v2 dock.

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HP Touchpad Trademark Filed, Possible Tablet Name?

HP Touchpad Trademark Filed, Possible Tablet Name?

With all this talk about HP and Palm's upcoming tablets, perhaps it's just a coincidence that the company has officially filed for a new trademark that, for all intents and purposes, screams out "tablet." At the moment, it's impossible to say whether or not HP plans on using their recently filed for Touchpad name for anything at all, let alone a tablet. But, tablets are mentioned in the filing, if that's any sizable indicator.

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HP Topaz and Opal webOS Tablet Features Detailed

HP Topaz and Opal webOS Tablet Features Detailed

Looks like the details regarding HP's webOS-based tablets aren't staying secret, even as the company's official announcement looms closer (of which they were nice enough to remind us about). Engadget's unnamed sources have come through yet again, detailing some of the design elements of the upcoming pair of tablets.

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First HP webOS tablet shipping March tip insiders

First HP webOS tablet shipping March tip insiders

The first shipments of HP's initial webOS tablet will begin in March 2011, though it's unlikely to reach consumers straight away, according to the latest whispers out of Taipei. DigiTimes' sources claim Inventec will begin ODM production of the first webOS slate at the end of Q3 2011, whereupon it will head to HP for software testing.

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HP / Palm Send Out Event Invite Again, This Time with Engadget Note

HP / Palm Send Out Event Invite Again, This Time with Engadget Note

Oh snap. Today, as you might have seen, there was a bit of a break with the HP Topaz and Opal webOS Tablets, of which the renders break credit goes to Engadget. Well HP and Palm saw that. They read blogs, imagine that. They decided that the release of the tablet image might have deterred some people from coming to the event, so they sent out another invite, this one without bothering to BCC the list of emails it was sent to! Odd play indeed.

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HP Topaz and Opal webOS Tablets Detailed, Renders Showcased

HP Topaz and Opal webOS Tablets Detailed, Renders Showcased

HP has an announcement to make regarding webOS on February 9th. The tagline "Something big, Something small, Something beyond" had many people trying to guess what the company had to show off, with plenty of fingers being pointed at a tablet device. HP and Palm haven't been coy with their tablet talk, though, and have confirmed that a tablet device is on its way featuring Palm's webOS mobile Operating System (OS). As many high-profile devices generally do, it seems that at least one of the tablet devices has found its way into the Internet, in internal render form, well before the official unveiling of the device.

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HP webOS netbooks tipped for phone/tablet ecosystem

HP webOS netbooks tipped for phone/tablet ecosystem

HP has suggested that webOS-based netbooks may be in the pipeline, along with smartphones and tablets. According to a webOS carrier training site, HP's master plan for the Palm-sourced platform is a single OS running on phone, slate and netbook, which "all talked to each other and shared information."

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