Although webOS is now an open-source platform available for all, that doesn't mean we can't take a look at some cool hardware of what could have been. The TouchPad Go — a 7-inch version of the TouchPad was never mass produced or officially announced, but webOS Nation got their hands on a prototype and gave it a thorough review.
For a limited time, HP will be bringing back its 16GB and 32GB Touchpad with webOS operating system this coming Sunday in its eBay store. The fine print: the Touchpads are refurbished units. But ladies, fellas, they're $99 and $149, respectively.
This is a sign — a sign that the HP TouchPad deserves a second chance. After receiving an unofficial Android port, it's now going around that HP is retooling the TouchPad to work as a Windows 8 tablet. Poor webOS.
The HP TouchPad is dead — killed off after only six weeks on the market and sold off at fire sale prices of one-fifth its original $500 price tag. Or is it? HP says it could revive the TouchPad in the future.
Now that the smoke has cleared up around webOS's abrupt K.O., it's time to straighten out the facts: webOS is not dead. In fact, despite dismal TouchPad sales, HP still "stands by it."
Desperate for the lion's share of the tablet market, HP's supposedly planning its own seven-inch tablet to steal some thunder off Apple's hit iPad 2. Can a smaller WebOS tablet see success where the recently launched TouchPad has seen a permanent $100 drop in price?
Most of us have at least one pet peeve about the keyboard we use, so this touchpad keyboard concept from Fujitsu lets you change just about anything to fit your exact requirements.
HP has just announced its entrant to the quickly crowding tablet market: the TouchPad. Built on Palm's WebOS, it's one of the few new tablets to not run Android.
When buying a phone, you usually have to decide between something with a traditional keypad or a more versatile touchscreen. Why can't you just have it both? It's 2010, for goodness sake. Well, Pelikon is looking to make the old...
Finally, someone is figuring out that if you want a PC in your home theater, you'll be needing a decent, hardware keyboard. Here's one of the best ideas yet, and it looks a whole lot like a Blackberry: It's a...