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Simply put, the Palm Pre is the most hyped phone since the original iPhone. It's coming out in two weeks, on June 6. Here's everything we know—we'll update this as more info comes in.
Cool demonstration of the tech in action, but damn woman, get back on the road! Brief clip, with the fun beginning at 30 seconds and ending pretty much instantaneously. Update.
The curiously well-informed Russian gentleman who spread the Pre=$399 rumor wants to clarify! He meant to say that it'll be $399 or $499, and $149 or $199 on contract. That's a pretty big clarification, guy.
Click to viewHey, I just had some time to play with the Palm Pre, maybe the most important handset to be announced in two years, and here's what it was like to use it. Updates coming.
Today was the first time the world got a look at Palm's new Pre smartphone. It looks promising, but is it good enough to make Palm a serious competitor again?
Palm just announced the multitouch Palm Pre smartphone with the completely new Web OS at CES 2009. It's a full touchscreen phone that slides open to reveal a keyboard.
The new bad-ass Palm Pre phone charges wirelessly. That is, it's got a magnetic induction charger—like a toothbrush—called the Touchstone. More info during our hands-on. [Palm Pre Details]
In a few moments, we will see the fruits of the Palm team's many months of labor, and the Palm fan's answer to what the Post-Treo revolution looks like. Updates.
Access, the company that licensed the Palm OS 5 source code, has just finally gotten around to releasing a next-gen version of the OS. Called ALP 3.0, the Linux-based OS looks a whole lot like a next-generation Palm OS should, with smooth transitions, animations and apparently accelerometer support. An ALP mini…
Palm gets lost in the midst of all the iPhone and Android hype, but if you still love your good old Palm OS, Dmitry Grinberg has finally released an SDHC driver that allows for card support. The program is available for devices like the Tungsten T|C, Tungsten E|2, Tungsten T|5, LifeDrive, Palm TX, Zire 31 and Zire 72,…