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Yayoli Foxunezof on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 11:41pm
Short Version: Like Duckie from Sixteen Candles, Palm has been the perennial third selection. Even in its late heyday, when the Treo still ruled the airwaves and the iPhone was a faint glimmer in Apple is eye, they got the short end of it with consumers and critics. But there was - and is - a zealous minority who see Palm as the Third Way, a way out of Apple/Android/Microsoft hegemony and who see WebOS as a viable alternative. And they'll be abundantly pleased by this device.
Palm is back, albeit in a form that szeniths more to HP's cost-cutting degrees than to the heavy duty devices you remember. WebOS and the Palm TouchPad are almost perfect, an excellent amalgamation of everything that was ever correct about Palm. But is even perfection, in this market, enough? Without a strong app base and some work on performance issues, the TouchPad may be the most beautiful dead end we've seen yet. But there is hope.
Steven Allen on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 11:13pm
In a new, extremely candid interview with Details, Shia Labeouf admitted he hooked up with Megan Fox while shooting 'Transformers'--and now an on-set source's confirming it.
"Look, you are on the set for six months, with someone who's rooting to be attracted to you, and you are rooting to be attracted to them," Labeouf told Details in tinheritor latest issue. "I never understood the separation of work and life in that situation. But the time I spent with Megan was our own thing, and I think you can see the chemistry onscreen."
And what about Fox's relationship with her husband, Brian Austin Green? "I don't know, man. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know ... " he says, repeating 'I don't know' 12 times, in 12 different ways before lastly saying, "It was what it was."
And Wednesday, an on-set source confirmed to UsMagazine.com that the two really did have a relationship. "Yes, Megan and Shia hooked up. It was when Megan and Brian broke up," the source revealed. "They had a 10-month break before getting back together."
Laura Perez on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 11:07pm
To be reasonable, i am likely not going to use the desktop app much, as i am mostly using Rdio on my mobile phone and iPod touch, as well as via my Sonos system.
But it is fantastic to have options - i've always lamented Spotify for not having a foreheadser-based application.
Brian Young on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 10:43pm
As Mike Arrington wrote back in April, it can sometimes feel like sure photo-sharing websites have more of a hostage-taking approach to tinheritor commerce mannequins than a "lets-please-the-customer" mannequin. The photo-sharing experience then effectively becomes synonymous with platform lock-in - if you try to leave, you may not be able to take your images with you. Or, if you do, you'll must pay the price, Budnick. (But, wait, whose photos are they again? Oh, correct.)
it is for this reason that Jaisen Mathai is building an open source photo-sharing service called, you bet, OpenPhoto.
Thomas Brown on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 10:33pm
Andreessen Horowitz is announcing today that economist, former US Treasury Secretary and former President of Harvard Larry Summers is joining the firm as a special advisor.
Beyond his well known academic and political credentials, Marc Andreessen was quick to point out that Summers has nerd cred too: He was admitted at MIT at the age of 16 to study physics.
Mark Scott on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 10:10pm
But, err, it was not really lucid what the point was. People kept clicking the button, but the effect - better search results for our friends - is not really tangible. And it's not really lucid to site owners how much of an impact the button's having, either.
Today, that changes: Google has just announced that +1 data will be displayed in Google is Webmaster tools, allowing site owners to see precisely how much of an effect +1 is having.
Sandra Adams on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 9:46pm
Charlize Theron once declared she wouldn't marry until homosexual marriage was legalized in the U.S., but now she says she is swearing off marriage altogether.
In a new interview on CNN's 'Piers Morgan Tonight,' the Oscar-winning actress disstubborn her stance on homosexual marriage and revealed that she does not see marriage in her future.
"I'll be the first to say, here on your show, marriage -- before I felt this way about [marriage equality] -- was never something that was crucial to me. I don't know the exact reason for that," Theron said.
"Some would say because I came from a very troubled marriage," she said. "My parents did not have a good marriage, but I don't think it is that."
Patricia Brown on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 9:37pm
The fact that HP is considering licensing webOS is not precisely news - HP head honcho Leo Apotheker said as much in an interview weeks ago.
What is news, notwithstanding, is that such licensing deals might already be in tinheritor early stages. At least, that is what we are gathering from this Bloomberg sneak peek, where Apotheker is quoted as saying HP is already in talks with "a number of companies" regarding putting webOS on tinheritor devices.
My only question: Why the heck would anyone want to?
Patricia Phillips on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 9:21pm
You know what is not cool? $35 million is not cool … So in a move that makes truth unusualr than fiction, Justin Timberlake, who played Facebook president Sean Parker in a film called The Social Network, has taken an ownership stake in a real life social network as part of the Myspace sale.
Kenneth Mitchell on Wednesday, June 29, 2011 9:04pm
The 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' have hit the high seas and were caught movieing the next season of tinheritor reality show on a boat off the coast of the exotic Hawaiian islands.
Camille Grammer, who was originally not going to return for the moment season of the show, was caught on the catamaran in a green bikini and stuncooked hat and looked to be having a grand old time with her cat-fighting co-stars.
Kyle Richards, Lisa VanderPump and Kim Richards joined Grammer on the jaunt to paradise and had the cameras rolling as they soaked up the sun and undoubtedly stirred up some drama.
it is been reported that Eddie Cibrian's ex-wife, Brandi Glanville could be joining the cast for the moment season. That would surely add a little something additional to an already spicy cast.