HP has confirmed to a tech blog in Australia that TouchPads sold down under will be supported for the next year.
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RIM has released an SDK for the BlackBerry PlayBook for game developers to provide the tools for producing good apps for the platform. The problem is it's a closed beta with limited access.
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The ThinkPad Tablet aimed at enterprise workers is now available for order from Lenovo with shipping expected in a few days.
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These ten apps for the HP TouchPad show the quality of apps for the cancelled tablet. The apps include productivity apps, a Twitter app, a great zombie game and free online storage.
New HP TouchPad owners need to hurry and grab the free 50GB of cloud storage available for all buyers. The box.net account is free for life, a great value.
A project is underway to port Android to the HP TouchPad, but that's not the best way to go. I would rather see an Android Player written to let Android apps runs natively in webOS on the HP tablet.
If you are one of those picking up a HP TouchPad at bargain basement prices, you can vastly improve your new tablet's performance with these simple steps.
HP and Best Buy have indicated that HP TouchPad owners can now have the difference between what was paid to purchase the tablet and the current fire-sale bin pricing.