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AT&T to receive quartet of handsets this June 6th

05/12/2010, AT&T will not steal the thunder from Sprint early June, since the latter will be rolling out the EVO 4G a couple of days earlier compared to four new phones from AT&T on June 6th in the form of the Palm Pixi Plus, the LG Vu Plus, the Samsung Rugby...

AT&T Gets Dell Aero And Palm Devices

03/22/2010, If you’re getting bored of the Android-powered phones being offered by Motorola and HTC, you might be interested to hear that AT&T has officially announced that it will be carrying Dell’s Aero, its first Android-powered smartphone in...

Slacker Radio offers service on bevy of Palm devices

02/05/2010, Owners of the Palm Pre, Pre Plus, Pixi and Pre Plus need not sit around and mope anymore with news of Slacker Radio offering the ability to tune in to Slacker Radio wherever they are, thanks to the erstwhile free Slacker Radio app. Similar in nature to...

Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus now on Verizon website

01/25/2010, Verizon’s website has been updated to show off the modestly updated Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus which we saw at CES 2010, and they will retail for $149.99 and $99.99, respectively, after tying yourself down to a 2-year contract of course....

Palm Press Conference Wrap-Up

01/07/2010, [CES 2010] Palm picked up a slew of accolades at CES last year with the release of their pre smartphone as well as its webOS, but somehow they did not manage to translate that success on the commercial front to one huge money spinning business. Well, let...

Palm pixi plus

01/07/2010, [CES 2010] Finally, Palm came up with their pixi plus a few months after their pixi (read our pixi review) made headlines. This smartphone is targeted at those who want to make their maiden jump to the wrorld of smartphones, and the most important...

AT&T To Get 2 Palm webOS Phones Soon

01/07/2010, AT&T CEO, Ralph de la Vega, has announced that AT&T will be offering 2 Palm webOS phones soon. Too bad he didn’t mention what phones they would be, though if there aren’t any new phones from Palm, it’s probably going to be a GSM...