Video Tour: WebOS 1.4
Feb 27, 2010, 1:04 PM by Philip Berne
Phone Scoop takes a hands-on look at the new webOS 1.4 system software for Palm devices, including a tour of the new video shooting software.
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Here is a video tour of the new webOS 1.4 for Palm devices. The update is available for Sprint users of the Palm Pre and Pixi. Verizon has not yet made the software available to the Pre Plus, nor the Pixi Plus.
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