Originally Posted by boovish
From my doctor creation there are three main models 3G, LTE, WiFi, all of which could have 16G or 32G, the opal.xml file does specify the NAND could be from 8G up to 64G, but I have never heard of a Go with 64G, so the build does have support for up to 64G of storage, however, there is also a version that has a SD card slot (which was reported to work), so you could add more memory to the Go...
Originally Posted by Rnp
There were two main branches AT&T and ROW/WR (Rest of World/World Ready, looks like it was unlocked).
From what I can tell the AT&T branded came with a few AT&T apps, but also had Amazon MP3 as a built in app (same a touchpad 4G), where the ROW was more like the touchpad WiFi with SIM support.
Funny that even though the builds are different between the Touchpad/Touchpad 4G/Touchpad Go AT&T/Touchpad Go ROW, the webOS build's work on each other (provided one swaps the kernels and their related modules)...
So modem support was built into all of the Touchpad Kernels, it just only used it if it was there...
Sprint Pixi was the same, the moment you add the Verizon WiFi module (swapped a few tokens), then doctor with the Sprint webOS 1.4.5 build, WiFi just worked out of the box...
The answer he wanted HP to be IBM, not knowing that boat sunk a long time ago... Mobile is the new PC and if you are not in it, your are not going to be around long... (Servers were to stay just like IBM, but with HP/EDS losses they would be worse off now...)
Originally Posted by geekpeter
Here is good new for Leo on why being IBM was dumb:
IBM reported quarterly earnings and revenue that came in short of analysts' expectations on Thursday.
After the earnings announcement, the tech company's shares fell more than 3 percent in after-hours trading.