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
Cult of Mac reports that they have received a tip that an overhauled notification system is in iOS’s future. The tip reportedly mentions how Apple is preparing to buy an app development company to assist with the improved notification system. Cult of Mac’s tipster was unsure about which company that
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
For those of you who are wishing you hadn't upgraded to 2.2.1, iPhone hackers pH, BigBoss and EvilPenguin have creted a new tool for downgrading your baseband from 02.30.03 back to 02.28.00, restoring it's ability to be unlocked using yellowsn0w. The hack will work on any devices manufactured prior to September 2008 with the 5.8 bootloader, though iPhones with the 5.9 bootloader cannot be downgraded.
Well, the 2.0.1 firmware update has been released, and users are reporting problems. Not too surprisingly, first-gen iPhones that have been jailbroken and/or unlocked are un-jailbroken by the update, so you'll lose access to all of your unofficial, third party apps. The Dev Team is already hard at work on an updated Pwnage tool for 2.0.1. However, the update is a little more serious for iPhone 3G owners.