Remember that weekend sale we told you about last Friday that could nab you the HP TouchPad for a cool $100 off the retail price? Take your time, there’s no hurry -- HP has now made the price cut permanent in its race to make webOS the number two spot in the tablet market.
Apple rules the tablet roost with the iPad, but that isn’t stopping others from trying to shake its golden eggs from the nest. Case in point: HP is running a promotion this weekend only for its webOS-driven TouchPad, making this slick competitor a better value than the iPad -- if you act fast.
Innovative iOS developer Readdle has been pioneering productivity apps for the iPhone and iPad almost from the beginning, and the company is celebrating their fourth birthday with a 48-hour sale on the App Store as well as a Twitter giveaway for four iPads.
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App developers and entrepreneurs, thinking about attending this month's second annual APPNATION conference in downtown San Francisco? We're offering 40% off on conference passes for attendees who use our very own special code (available after the cut). The conference is happening April 27 - 28 and will feature speakers and exhibitors from companies like Digital Chocolate, Marvel Entertainment Jumptap, Nielsen Mobile, Intel and the Wall Street Journal. Developers can also summit their app for a chance to pitch it at the App Circus!
The iPhone landing on Verizon was certainly big news, ending AT&T's reign of exclusivity. On the flip side though, one tidbit got lost amongst the hoopla. Verizon officials have apparently decided to end the "New Every Two" program, which gives Verizon subscribers a credit ranging anywhere from $30-$100 for a new phone every two years.