Is the Palm brand about the make a comeback?

Could we be about to see the biggest come back since the Wii revived Nintendo's fortunes? It appears that Palm isn't dead yet. Palm was the major smartphone brand before there were smartphones. Devices like the PalmPilot and Trio pioneered many of the technologies that we take for granted in our phones today - but…

HP give Open source webOS September launch date

HP have set a September launch date for the open source version of their failed OS, webOS. Open webOS was announced back in September, after a few precarious months that saw the future of the OS put in doubt when…

HP kills off webOS

Well that was short lived. Just over six weeks since the launch of the TouchPad tablet and, in the UK at least, just one day after the launch of the Pre 3, HP have announced that they will no…

REVIEW: HP TouchPad

HP's acquisition of Palm bears its first tablet fruits with the HP TouchPad, the latest contender to step into the ring with Apple's iPad. Its WebOS operating system sets it apart from the Android masses and the iOS showboat, but is stellar multitasking enough to deliver a knockout slate punch?

VIDEO PREVIEW: HP TouchPad

HP are almost ready to unleash their webOS-based TouchPad tablet on the world, and we had one final preview session with the tablet before getting on down to business for a full review. We met with HP senior product…

HP Pre 3 price and release date revealed

HP's long-awaited reboot of the webOS based smartphone platform will touch down on July 8th with the launch of the HP Pre3. That's according to Play.com, who have launched a pre-order page for the handset that you can visit…

Amazon reveal HP TouchPad release date

Amazon have let slip the release date of HP's eargerly-anticipated TouchPad tablet, built on their excellent webOS software. According to an Amazon banner advert, the tablet should begin shipping on July 17th, in the states at least. HP have…

Mobile future: Forget the handset, just use your palm

It's the ultimate touchscreen – instead of tapping at your handset, you tap straight onto the palm of your hand. At least this is the future in the eyes of researchers at the Hasso Plattner Institute at Potsdam University…