Fox News says a leaked diagram shows the WebOS tablet HP is about to introduce at CES. Oddly enough, it's the same diagram HP was using for the HP Slate 500, a Windows 7 device introduced in October.
HP, which bought Palm in April, has trademarked the Palmpad name, leading us to wonder if webOS could soon be coming in larger sizes
Hewlett-Packard acquires a trademark for the term "PalmPad," which is presumably the name of its rumored tablet computer running Palm's WebOS operating system.
The company hasn't given any indication about what its announcement is about, other than saying it plans on making customers: "Think big. Think small. Think beyond."
Google and China appear to be at peace for now, Motorola and Sprint announce the first push-to-talk Android phone for Nextel, and the Kickbee will let a baby send tweets in utero.
PC makers are imitating Apple as fast as they can--and for good reason.
Hot on the heels of rumours of a Chrome OS tablet later this year, HP has confirmed its webOS-based tablet will hit the shelves in "early 2011".
The once thought-to-be-extinct HP slate device is still on track to be released this year in a Windows 7 flavor. A WebOS version is also on the way.
Hewlett-Packard will use newly acquired mobile software from Palm to power all forthcoming smartphones. But it will build a Windows 7-based tablet.
HP CEO Leo Apotheker teases a March 14 announcement that will be the "secret answer" and vision of the company going forward.