The Veer is akin to a scaled-down version of the Pre, packing a similar slide-down keyboard form factor, HSPA+, 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR, 8GB of storage, and an 800MHz Snapdragon processor.
Hewlett-Packard announces a 9.7-inch WebOS tablet, the HP TouchPad.
HP introduces the TouchPad, a WebOS-powered tablet, along with two new WebOS phones--the Veer and a follow-up to the Pre. The company also announced that WebOS would be headed to PCs.
On Wednesday, HP will show off the products it has been working on since it acquired Palm last year, and we'll be there with live coverage.
For fiscal 2012, CEO Meg Whitman says HP needs "to get back to the business fundamentals," while CFO Cathie Lesjak says the company is "remaining cautious."
AT&T announces the upcoming availability of the undeniably cute HP Veer 4G.
HP touts over 50 new features in WebOS 2.1 and unveils its TouchPad tablet, Pre 3 smartphone, and diminutive Veer smartphone. Meanwhile, freezing cold in NYC makes for an unusually timid iPhone launch for Verizon.
This week we chat about new leaked information about the T-Mobile G2, the Samsung Fascinate, and also a little something that Steve Jobs mentioned about iOS 4.1. We go over a few more new phone announcements, plus the latest reviews.
Our verdict on Facebook's privacy retool: well ... we're tough graders. Also today, will Steve Ballmer show up at the WWDC keynote? Palm loses its mobile UI design guy to Android, which is good news for Android, but continuing bad news for Palm and WebOS. Also, introducing Darth Vader's Dog.
We wanted Google to announce its set-top box at Google IO today, but what do we get? A new video codec, an app store in Chrome, and (yawn) Google Wave going into open beta. And, oh yeah, homeland security seals (the marine mammals, not the hulky military guys) protecting our harbors.