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According to Dieter over at PreCentral, real, honest-to-goodness usable apps are starting to \"trickle out\" for the Pre / webOS. Apparently utilizing a loophole in the operating system which allows unsigned apps to be sideloaded through email, homebrewers have taken to the interwebs with small utili

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We couldn't believe it either, but as it turns out, from the launcher screen of your Pre, simply type in the phrase \"upupdowndownleftrightleftrightbastart\" -- which if you parse with spacing might be more easily recognizable as the infamous Contra / Konami code (look it up) -- and up comes a hidden

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We couldn't believe it either, but as it turns out, from the launcher screen of your Pre, simply type in the phrase \"upupdowndownleftrightleftrightbastart\" -- which if you parse with spacing might be more easily recognizable as the infamous Contra / Konami code (look it up) -- and up comes a hidden

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Palm Pre secrets? That's very quickly becoming a thing of the past. After getting some pretty good shots of webOS last week, the \"invisible man\" from PalmPreForum.org has uploaded an absolute ton of videos -- fifteen in all, at last count -- showcasing the interface from a leaked emulator given out

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Palm Pre secrets? That's very quickly becoming a thing of the past. After getting some pretty good shots of webOS last week, the \"invisible man\" from PalmPreForum.org has uploaded an absolute ton of videos -- fifteen in all, at last count -- showcasing the interface from a leaked emulator given out

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The last time we saw the Pre's Classic Palm OS emulator in action, we had a few lingering questions in our mind, chief among them being how well can it game? From the looks of this latest video, released by Motion Apps to answer that very question, pretty well so far. In addition to confirming soun

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The last time we saw the Pre's Classic Palm OS emulator in action, we had a few lingering questions in our mind, chief among them being how well can it game? From the looks of this latest video, released by Motion Apps to answer that very question, pretty well so far. In addition to confirming soun

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Palm just got official with its new webOS platform, running on the new Palm Pre. According to the company, anyone who knows CSS, HTML and XML will be able to develop for the OS without having to learn any new languages -- sounds kind of like it's a jacked up browser with memory management, like Goo

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