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It's really a shame. When HP bought Palm, the hope for the future was high, and the Veer and Pre3 showed promise. Then the Mark Hurd ousting and replacement by IBM-wannabe Apothekar killed all our hopes. I have been an HP fan for a while (an uncle was an engineer there long ago when they were awesome), for good or bad, so it was hard to take.

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I miss the unified messaging, ahead of its time notification alerts and multitasking cards. I loved the intuitive gestures to dismiss the cards and notifications. I don't miss the crappy hardware.

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