Lilbits: Google Hangouts, Pocket P.C., and Pine64’s modular Linux phone

About a year after introducing a concept for a handheld Linux computer priced at $199, Popcorn Computer is getting closer to actually being able to deliver that little PC to customers. It’s up for pre-order for $199 and according to the latest progress update, production is on track to begin next month and if everything […]

These are the bugs still affecting Android on the HP TouchPad

A group of CyanogenMod developers have made some amazing progress in porting Google Android to run on the HP TouchPad tablet in recent weeks. If you’ve been watching the videos the team has put together showing their work so far, you’d be forgiven for thinking that almost everything is working. But there are actually a […]

HP: The TouchPad will launch with less apps than Android, but offer a more unified experience

The HP TouchPad launches this Friday and HP’s first webOS tablet is a pretty big gamble. How big? Well, the company spent $1.2 billion to acquire Palm and its webOS software. Not all of those eggs are in the tablet basket. Palm continues to introduce new smartphones and HP has talked about using webOS on […]

HP TouchPad shows up at the FCC

The good news is that HP’s upcoming TouchPad tablet is making a stop at the FCC on its way to a commercial launch. The bad news is that’s virtually all we know at the moment. Most of the documents are hidden away behind a confidentiality agreement, which means we don’t get to look at any […]

HP teases us with a non-existent rear camera in a TouchPad promo video

The upcoming HP TouchPad tablet has a lot of things going for it: a nice big 9.7 inch, 1024 x 768 pixel display, a speedy dual core 1.2 GHz processor, and webOS 3.0 software with a heavy emphasis on multitasking. But one thing it doesn’t have — at least according to the official spec sheet […]