Palm  Operating System - News and Updates



Open WebOS 1.0 Launching In September

8th February, 2012

HP Open WebOS 1.0 will be available to download in September.

HP Pre 3

HP Pre 3 Coming To Orange

15th August, 2011

The HP Pre 3 will be hitting Orange very soon .

Palm Pre 2

Palm Pre 2 Available To Buy In UK

15th November, 2010

The Palm Pre 2 is available direct from Palm, but has been shunned by

Palm Pre 2

What Improvements Will webOS 2.0 Bring ?

20th October, 2010

Explain exactly what improvements the new mobile operating system

Palm Pre 2

Palm Pre 2 Details Leaked ?

12th October, 2010

There will be a number of improvements that will bring the smartphone

Palm webOS Updated to Version 1.4.5

Palm webOS Updated to Version 1.4.5

13th August, 2010

Version 1.4.5 includes enhancements to support the webOS Plug-in

HP webOS

HP Make webOS Open-Source

13th December, 2011

HP have made its webOS platform open-source !

HP Veer

HP Veer Launching In June ?

20th April, 2011

First mobile to be released since HP acquired Palm earlier this year.


Spotify Becomes Available On Palm webOS

27th October, 2010

Spotify has now been made available on Palm webOS mobiles.

Palm Pre 2

Palm Confirm Palm Pre 2

20th October, 2010

Confirmed the Palm Pre 2 and as expected it will run on the webOS 2.0

webOS 2.0

Palm Pre 2 with webOS 2.0 Coming Soon ?

29th September, 2010

Two new Palm smartphones have been approved by TUV Rheinland

Palm Pre webOS Updated To Version 1.4.1

Palm Pre webOS Updated To Version 1.4.1

1st April, 2010

Fixes a lot of known bugs and brings a couple of improvement to Palm

Back in PDA days when mobile internet hadn’t reached 3G speeds, Palm was the big boss round town, its Palm OS running on dozens of smart devices. But when it shifted its focus to the Palm Treo smartphones line, the company began to lose market share to RIM’s BlackBerry and Apple’s iOS.


It was then that the refreshed webOS system was developed, launching on the Palm Pre and Palm Pixi. Despite critical praise for their powerful, intuitive software, neither phone did well, and Palm was eventually bought by HP, which released a couple new versions of the Pre before retiring webOS devices entirely. The OS is now open-source however, and available to developers. 

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