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Good news for Palm Pre 2 owners of the Big Red variety, the endless breath-holding can finally stop -- webOS 2.1 is finally making its way to your handset. Released back in March to the global unlocked masses, this update to HP's platform brings along voice-dialing, email and security fixes, messagi

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June 25, 2011 at 1:23AM
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Word on the street is that the lucky devils out there who have access (official access, that is) to Palm's Mojo SDK for webOS have now been invited to start submitting their labors of love for inclusion in the App Catalog. There's absolutely no way of knowing how long it'll take for the bulk of the

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Palm has done its darnedest to keep the riffraff away from webOS development while it finishes up its Mojo SDK for webOS development, but the floodgates have finally opened with an opportune leak of Mojo to Torrent-vill. Naturally, Palm will still be locking out unapproved developers from releasing

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Palm has done its darnedest to keep the riffraff away from webOS development while it finishes up its Mojo SDK for webOS development, but the floodgates have finally opened with an opportune leak of Mojo to Torrent-vill. Naturally, Palm will still be locking out unapproved developers from releasing

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It's begun. Although lacking a general release of the SDK, the first homebrew apps have emerged thanks to last night's leaked WebOS root image. The first application puts a stake in the ground by displaying a simple \"hello world\" on the screen. Unfortunately, the code overwrote the pre-installed Sp

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Odds are you're going to have the phone to your ear nine times out of ten when this screen's showing, but it's still somehow interesting -- nay, mesmerizing -- so we're happy to see that a recent build of Palm's webOS emulator for developers has a polished version of the call screen included. Other

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Odds are you're going to have the phone to your ear nine times out of ten when this screen's showing, but it's still somehow interesting -- nay, mesmerizing -- so we're happy to see that a recent build of Palm's webOS emulator for developers has a polished version of the call screen included. Other

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We don't know what it'll be, but Palm is teasing an announcement for later today. As stated on the official Palm blog:\"check back later today (or follow palm_inc on Twitter) for an update direct from the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco.\"Palm assures us that this isn't some kind of lame April Fools. As

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