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Twitter Hero
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Feb 27, 2013
Twitter, that lovely place where we all send random 140 character snippets of news, thoughts, and rants. Love it or hate it Twitter is an important part of social networking and has played a very...
Tasks Hero
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Feb 20, 2013
  It’s no secret that we love our TouchPads here at webOS Nation. We are webOS Nation, after all. Our webOS tablets see use for everything from web browsing to reading to gaming. But for...
Raspberry Pi Hero
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Feb 20, 2013
The name Raspberry Pi has been the subject of many blog posts across the interwebs for some time now. The tiny inexpensive PC has a 700Mhz processor, 256MB or 512MB of RAM (depending on the model),...
Open webOS Hero
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Feb 01, 2013
The end of another month brings yet another update from the Open webOS Blog giving us all a heads up on the most recent achievements related to our favorite open source OS. This month the gang...
AndroidChroot hero
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Jan 08, 2013
Over the years we’ve witnessed all kinds of webOS and Android hacking madness. From Android riding shotgun with webOS on a dual-booted TouchPad to Open webOS being fired up on a Galaxy Nexus...
Nexus 7 Touchstone mod courtesy of Rod Whitby
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Dec 19, 2012
Over the years we've witnessed dear friend and webOS hacking guru Rod Whitby of WebOS Internals fame perform all types of webOS hackery. From the infamous Frankenpre surgery to bricking the tiny...
Just Say is Chinese for webOS voice control
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Dec 15, 2012
Whether you love Apple or not, it's hard to deny the impact they've had on the mobile industry and the technologies they've either created ro popularized. While Apple didn't create...
Enyo book now available for pre-order
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Dec 12, 2012
Are you interested in developing an app with HP's awesome cross-platform Enyo application framework? If so, then Enyo: Up and Running will be the reference book for you. Written by webOS...
VKB hero
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Dec 06, 2012
The beginning of a new month brings us yet another rack of updates coming down the pipe for the Open webOS project. This particular month has some very important and extremely technical work being...
How to update or flash new ROMs on your dual booted TouchPad
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Nov 30, 2012
Many of us in the webOS community have chosen to dual boot Android and webOS on our TouchPads in order to add more functionality to our favorite tablet, while maintaining webOS awesomeness. In case...
Inglorious Apps pulls support for webOS
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Nov 20, 2012
Much famed and long time webOS app developer Inglorious Apps is officially pulling support for their webOS apps as can be seen in all of their app descriptions in the webOS App Catalog. This isn...
Syntactix drops support for YouView and Pack 'n' Track
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Oct 19, 2012
As webOS users we are definitely no stranger to developers leaving our platform. Even before former HP CEO Leo Apotheker killed webOS hardware developers were already abandoning the platform by the...
App Review: Neo
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Oct 16, 2012
Last month developer Bryan Leasot was kind enough to give us a very early preview of his up and coming Twitter app Neo. At the time the app was in an extremely early beta stage and was a little...
Sparrow getting Enyo 2 makeover and new name
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Oct 14, 2012
If you've been in the webOS community for a while you are probably familiar with the name Arthur Thornton. His various contributions to the homebrew scene, popular apps, two-time webOS Developer...
Softbank to buy majority stake in Sprint?
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Oct 11, 2012
As webOS users (and Palm OS users prior to that) most of us cut our teeth in the smartphone world on the nation’s third largest carrier: Sprint. As a matter of fact quite a large sum of us...
Whitman: HP's new smartphone won't come in 2013
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Oct 04, 2012
In her Fox Business Network interview last month HP CEO Meg Whitman all but confirmed that HP would in fact be stepping back into the smartphone market all the while inferring that said smartphone...
TouchPad Go raffle winners announced
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Oct 02, 2012
As many of you may know our dear friend and webOS community member Rich Dunbar was hosting a really sweet raffle last month to raise money for two really great causes. Not only did he auction off...
Contest  Reminder: Only three days left to enter in the TouchPad Go raffle!
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Sep 28, 2012
It's hard being a webOS fan. Especially when most of the devices that we wanted never even hit store shelves. Devices like WindsorNot and TouchPad Go haunt us every time we see a similar device...
TouchPad Go raffle gets a little sweeter
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Sep 17, 2012
Several days ago we let alerted you to an awesome charity raffle put together by webOS community member Rich Dunbar (@RichDunbar) in which the winner would receive a TouchPad Go, Since the TouchPad...
WP Central
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Sep 11, 2012
The land of webOS used to be a bountiful land full of ridiculously awesome Twitter apps. As time progressed interest in webOS amongst developers dwindled and these developers either pulled their app...
TouchPad Go to be raffled off for charity!
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Sep 02, 2012
Ask any webOS fan what device they were most looking forward to getting their hands on and chances are you will here them say the TouchPad Go. This seven inch little brother to the TouchPad was...
Luna CE logo contest underway!
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Aug 26, 2012
You've seen the videos, you've read our awesome stories, and now you can participate in the webOS Community Edition magic by entering in the Luna logo contest with your own logo. What is...
Intel bringing wireless charging to a laptop near you
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Aug 13, 2012
webOS users have long enjoyed the beauty of wireless charging. Since the introduction of the Touchstone with the release of the original Pre some three years ago we have enjoyed a wire-free charging...
Jelly Bean drips buttery goodness onto the TouchPad
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Aug 02, 2012
Remember that gut wrenching feeling we all had when the sad news came that our beloved TouchPads would not be receiving any Open webOS love? Well don't be too down because there is a little ray...
Meet OrganizeMe! formerly known as MeOrg!
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Aug 01, 2012
With the on-again, off-again relationship between webOS and Evernote many  webOS faithful ditched the popular online note service in search of a good alternative. However, in their search most...
Enyo 2 officially out of beta and available to the masses
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Jul 18, 2012
Break out the cigars and pop the champagne because Enyo 2 is finally out of beta and available to the masses! We last reported on Enyo 2's beta progress way back in March where Beta 3 delivered...
HP hosting Enyo hackathon in Sunnyvale on August 4th
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Jul 12, 2012
Way back in March we reported on a virtual Enyo hackathon that took place both online and in person at one of the many webOS meetups across the country. Apparently it was such a hit that HP has...
TouchPad and Veer make "worst-named" gadgets list, feel even more misunderstood
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Jul 10, 2012
We're the types to vigorously defend webOS at the drop of a hat. But we'll also admit our favorite mobile OS has its faults, though we love it overall. What we never really fell in love with...
webOS Community Edition to bring better notifications
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Jul 05, 2012
Here recently we have kept all of our readers up to speed on the cool new features being added to webOS Community Edition by various webOS developers across the interwebs. So far we've witnessed...
PSA: Newest CM9 official nightly build delivers mic functionality
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by Ryan St. Andrie
Jun 27, 2012
Many of  you familiar with the Android world may have caught the news that a cavalcade of devices received RC1 treatment from the CyanogenMod team. "What the hell does that mean?" you...