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HP's $99 TouchPad fire-sale is back one last time

In August, Hewlett Packard made the shocking announcement that it would halt its webOS projects and potentially exit the PC market by selling or spinning off its Personal Systems Group (PSG) division. Along with the news the company began a…

Samsung chief: We'll 'never' acquire WebOS

Samsung is not interested in purchasing or licensing WebOS from HP, according to the company’s CEO Gee-Sung Choi. At IFA in Berlin earlier this week, the head of the South Korean company said they will “never” seek such a deal…

HP addresses TouchPad questions

HP is surprised at the enthusiastic response from the price drop and as a result, has been flooded with questions from users and potential customers alike. The company took to their blog yesterday to answer some of the more pressing questions regarding...

HP TouchPad gets first webOS update, $50 price cut

Hewlett-Packard has dropped the price of the HP TouchPad by $50 until September 10, 2011. The likely reason is to make room for the HP TouchPad 4G. Last month, HP offered a $50 rebate on the purchase of a new 32GB…

HP TouchPad Review: How does it stack up?

The TouchPad is HP's first tablet effort running the webOS operating system that it acquired when it purchased Palm last year. Many users and lovers of webOS's blend of beauty and functionality have been waiting with baited breath to see how it performs on a tablet.

Has HP managed to take the best of webOS and implement it on the TouchPad while avoiding the pitfalls that have plagued the platform in the past? Is the TouchPad a compelling option compared to market leader Apple's iPad 2 or the less impressive Android 3.1 Honeycomb tablets currently available?