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Gowalla hits webOS with a slick new client

We covered location-based game Foursquare's webOS client earlier in the year, noting that competitor Gowalla had a client for the Palm Pre and Pixi 'in the works' - and today, just in time for SXSW, the Gowalla webOS client has appeared in the App Store. As with all things Gowalla, the client is...

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Mobile Minute: Free EA games for UK and Ireland Palm Pre users!

With Palm's webOS App Catalog finally starting to roll out paid applications around the world, EA Mobile and Palm seem to be enticing folks to start using the App Catalog with a trio of free games. Unfortunately, in order to nab the three downloads -- Need for Speed Underground, Monopoly and The...

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Facebook for webOS loses its Twitter envy and finally becomes useful

It's been a little while since Facebook launched their (admittedly barebones) application for Palm's webOS devices -- that's the Pre and Pixi to you and I. However, in amongst the news of the webOS 1.4 update dropping earlier this week, Facebook have also released an all-new version of the...

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Palm webOS update 1.4 goes live for Pre and Pixi users

Way back in January at the Consumer Electronics Show, Palm announced the webOS 1.4 update for Pre and Pixi devices, and late last week it finally dropped. The biggest new feature is the much-craved video recording and sharing (complete with Facebook and YouTube uploading), though the Palm release...

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First-Person Tetris messes with your mind - Time Waster

If you're a fan of Tetris (who isn't?) you've no-doubt lost hours to the fabled game. Due to the cult status of the original and its sequels means I've rarely found a variant I've wanted to play. Today's time-waster changes that and takes the classic game to an all-new, mind-blowing level....

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Leave virtual notes around your neighborhood with BlockChalk

With all the location-based services sprouting up, it's surprising to find one that's a little different from the now-formulaic location-based game. However BlockChalk is just that. Instead of requiring you sign up and tell your friends where you're re-enacting The Hangover, BlockChalk lets you...

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Foursquare for the Palm Pre gets a new look and a speed boost [Gallery]

It's been just one week since the Foursquare webOS app entered beta, and amidst a flurry of news around the location-based game that broke free of its city-limits this week the webOS application has already seen a sizeable update. The original beta of the application, whilst stylish, was...

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Mobile Minute: Palm's 2010 plans for webOS

In case you're wondering why your RSS reader has gone into overdrive, it just so happens to be Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week -- and that means that all the mobile companies bar one (Apple!) are announcing their new devices and software. Today's turn is underdog Palm, who've...

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Getting Started with Wine on Mac OS X

Whilst there's a couple of excellent, paid-for, virtualization options around for OS X (Parallels and VMware), they can be a little heavy-handed if you only need to run one or two applications. Not to mention the price of a virtualization application as well as the necessary Windows licence can...

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Tumblr lets you ask questions of your favourite Tumblogs

If you're a Tumblr user, you may have noticed the Tumblr staff teasing a new feature on their own Tumblogs over Christmas -- Ask a Question. It allows you to easily pose a question to the Tumblr user (or users) behind your favourite Tumblog. The blog owner can then easily post the question and...

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