By Humberto Saabedra on June 4, 2014
Amazon is clearing out the HP Slate 7 HD with T-Mobile 4G access for half off
By Humberto Saabedra on May 21, 2014
HP launches a low-cost quad-core Android tablet for $99 in the 7 Plus
By Humberto Saabedra on January 15, 2014
HP gets back into smartphones with the launch of the Slate VoiceTab series, meant for India
By Humberto Saabedra on May 15, 2013
HP adds to its burgeoning Android line with the convertible SlateBook 10 X2 tablet, powered by Nvidia’s Tegra 4 processor
By Humberto Saabedra on April 29, 2013
A new Kickstarter campaign has been launched promising remaining HP TouchPad owners the OpenMobile ACL Android runtime that was previously in development.
By Humberto Saabedra on February 26, 2013
After first being confirmed on Sunday only to be denied until this morning, HP and LG have officially confirmed the sale and transfer of webOS, officially closing the book on the alternative mobile operating system.
By Humberto Saabedra on February 24, 2013
After first being rumored earlier this month, HP has formally announced its re-entry into the tablet market with the April launch of the Slate 7, its first stand alone, commercially available Android tablet.
By Humberto Saabedra on February 13, 2013
A new report surfaces claiming that HP will attempt manufacturing a tablet once again after the HP TouchPad debacle, this time powered by Android.
By PhoneNews.com Staff on December 14, 2012
Google’s current Nexus smartphone strategy has created an interesting quandary. In many ways, the old Galaxy Nexus trumps Nexus 4, and in many ways, Nexus 4 trumps Galaxy Nexus. We explain why, how, and what you should buy.
Posted in Android, Editorials, Google, LG, Nerds, Reviews, Samsung, Sprint, Verizon | Tagged 4g, Android, Android 4.0, android 4.2, aosp, cdma, faux g, Galaxy Nexus, galaxy note 2, Galaxy S II, Galaxy S III, Google, gsm, HP, HSPA+, ics, jb, jelly bean, LTE, microsd, Nexus, Nexus 4, prepaid, sprint, Straight Talk, T-Mobile, UMTS, Verizon, webos, WiMAX | 4 Responses
By Christopher Price on August 2, 2012
HP’s statements on how older webOS devices will be handled by Open webOS is as confusing, as it is stupid. But, it’s no surprise, and it’s something we thought would happen awhile ago.