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The arrival of the Palm Pre Plus in the UK (Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus Available Soon for O2 Customers in the UK ), buzz about HP’s first webOS tablet and the possibility of a HP webOS printer, and more reviews of the Palm Pre Plus were the main topics talked about this week. [...]no comments.
This week, with the arrival of the Palm Pre Plus at AT&T, webOS is now an option at all three of the major US mobile carriers (joining Sprint and Verizon Wireless). Topics of discussion since the last edition include reviews of the AT&T Pre Plus, the mystery outage that hit the Palm App Catalog on [...]no comments.
Setting aside talk about potential buyers, a stock downgrade, a departing executive and a disappearing act at Radio Shack, there was some upbeat news for Palm. On Tuesday, SFR and Palm announced Palm Pre Plus and Palm Pixi Plus would be arriving soon in France: On 27 April on SFR’s online store (www.sfr.fr) and on [...]no comments.
Looks like everyone is off and running with the Bloomberg story stating that Palm is seeking bids for the company as early as this week. The news was attributed to "three people familiar with the situation." That set the stock on fire… relatively speaking. After busting through the $6 mark, by close of business on [...]no comments.
With baseball season about to start, guess it is okay to throw a change-up into the mix. Talkin’ Palm will still hit up the trends and the stuff we didn’t post, but we’ll be throwing in our favorite Tweets too. Since the last column, the shift has been from the earnings downer to another Palm [...]no comments.
Palm ended with week with momentum on the app and developer side of things (especially game developer). As for the stock, things are still grim. So let’s start with PALM news to get that out of the way. CNBC – Jim Goldman: "Goldman wrote about the possibility of Palm being brought under Motorola’s wing: "…Don’t [...]no comments.
Palm had a busy week with webOS v1.4 being rolled out to all carriers. That spawned a bunch of user created videos (one of the cool features of this new version). There was also some air of excitement around games/apps. Sure, the financial picture was less than rosy. But the attitude now seems to be, [...]no comments.
Ouch and Yea!… That’s the way the last week was for Palm. Ouch was the pummeling the PALM stock took as guidance was lowered and analysts speculated on what the true meaning was behind the numbers. Things got especially ugly when CNBC’s Jim Goldman reported that Palm management was not truthful about the reason why [...]no comments.
Mobile World Congress was crickets-ville for webOS news as the anticipated release of webOS Version 1.4 didn’t happen on Monday. Derek K had a nice post that explained how the webOS update process works (it garnered 160 comments!). "Generally it takes a few weeks from Palm seeding the update to developers and carriers to when [...]no comments.
There was quite a bit of chatter this week covering reviews of the Pre Plus, reaction to the Verizon Pre Plus "Mom" ads, run-up to what may come at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and some PALM analyst movements. So let’s talk Palm! Palm’s stock closed out the week at $9.99. There was a [...]no comments.
Super rumors drove Palm stock as high as $11.29 before closing out the week at $10:38. M&A potential said one analyst. Palm posted that they will be in South Beach for the Super Bowl. Palm’s Jon Zilber wrote: "Palm is taking part in a pre-game bash in Miami’s ultra ultra South Beach, where athletes and [...]no comments.