It is a sad weekend for HP and Palm, as HP has decided to discontinue both the TouchPad as well as webOS phones, including the coveted Pre, effective immediately. Poor sales lead to the too-soon death of devices that showed a strong amount of potential. Unfortunately for webOS, the iPad
Jon Rubinstein, former Palm CEO and current HP Senior Vice President, took the stage at a HP/webOS event on Wednesday to reveal a new lineup of webOS 3 devices, which includes two new phones and the highly-anticipated webOS tablet. Rubinstein begins his presentation fiercely by highlighting how Laptop Magazine named
When you live in a climate where winter temperatures in the mid 20's are the norm, using your iPhone outside usually means fighting instinct and subjecting your fragile fingers to the elements to use your iPhone's touchscreen. There have been a couple attempts to find a workaround, but the people of South Korea have found their solution in encased pork snack foods.
The Dev Team posted on their blog they are experimenting with the new iPod touch. Their hope is that the new device's n72ap will offer them some "insight into upcoming iPhones". It's also good news for those of you looking to get one of the new iPods that want to make sure it's hackable. As of yet, it does not work with the Pwnage Tool (which is understandable since it was just launched last week). Also, they like MC Hammer.
Looking for something to eject that stubborn SIM card with, but can't be bothered to walk into the next room to grab that paperclip? You're in luck! Gizmodo just found out that USB Fever is now offering a fancy little SIM ejector tool that stores nicely in your headphone jack. Maybe this would be useful if you swap your SIM often, but don't listen to music a lot. You can make one your own for just $3 at their site.