Palm Makes webOS 1.1 Available to the Pre, Fixes iTunes Syncing
Jul 23, 2009, 7:05 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Today Palm issued a large update to the webOS operating system on the Pre. webOS 1.1 brings Sprint's NFL application as well as a large number of fixes and/or updates to existing applications. Some of the applications seeing fixes are the calendar, camera, clock, contacts, email, messaging, phone, system software and web browser. webOS 1.1 also restores the Pre's ability to sync with Apple's iTunes software.
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Stop playing catch up
I say this to people all the time...if all these phones are trying to be iPhones...why not just get the original and stop playing catch up. As for the manufacturers, stop trying to be the iPhone and make your own identity.
What Palm should do......
Provide proof that this happened, because it didn't.
Palm should file a lawsuit against Apple like they did to Microsoft. Apple filed a lawsuit back in 2006 against Microsoft because Microsoft wouldn't allow their OS to be put on Apple Computers. (This is when Apple star
Palm is now forging vendor IDs- violating the USB Licensing agreement
To counter this, Palm has now forged its vendor ID as "Apple." This is a direct violation of the USB licensing agreement.
Palm's beef now isn't with Apple, it's with the entire USB licensing consortium- of which Apple is a member of.
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Palm is toast.
Palm is going to wind up dead if they keep this up...
Each update Apple pushes of iTunes is going to send Palm stock further down the toilet while they scramble to patch it. Eventually, Apple is going to maneuver it so they have a basis for a lawsuit (likely regarding knowledge former employees have) , and Palm will be toast.
On top of that, it's hard for Palm to pitch this as a "professional device" when they're doing this.
Palm- Hire some programmers and develop a legit means of media synchronization. I like the Pre, but want to see version 2 (where I am hoping you fix the crummy hardware) . Staying alive is crucial.
Hahahaha love it
ITunes Already Been Hacked