Jon Rubinstein, Ex-Apple and Palm Executive, Now Leaving HP

TouchPad Launch

On Friday, it was reported by AllThingsD that Ex-Apple executive Jon Rubinstein, who also worked for and left Palm is now leaving his latest position at HP. Jon Rubinstein is best known for his work on the iPod, Apple’s intro to the portable music player market, better known to some … Read the Full Story →

HP’s webOS now open source, to Compete with Apple’s iOS?

On Friday, HP announced that they are officially open sourcing their popular webOS software. This comes after a long conflict, where the webOS software was excellent and widely accepted by consumers, but the hardware that ran the OS felt cheap and “easily breakable”. After Palm’s acquisition by HP, and a … Read the Full Story →

Android 3.0 Performance Issues May Benefit Apple’s iPad 2 and Other Tablet PC Vendors

Android 3.0 Apps

Android 3.0 codenamed Honeycomb is a tablet-only operating system (OS) and a recent report by DigiTimes suggests that according to “sources from upstream touch panel players” its unstable performance may benefit Apple’s iPad 2 and other tablet PC vendors. Due to Android 3.0 currently still having several issues that are … Read the Full Story →

WWDC Debut for Magic Trackpad?

Apple Magic Trackpad_1

Engadget broke an exclusive this morning detailing a reputed new input device from Apple. Dubbed the Magic Trackpad or Magic Slate, this new device offers Bluetooth connectivity in a form factor reminiscent of the Apple Wireless Keyboard. According to reports, the trackpad provides multitouch, finger-based inputs to devices that otherwise … Read the Full Story →