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[pivotCE] News Crumbs – 3rd December 2014


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Ah! There’s nothing like the aroma of freshly baked news to draw the readers in!

  • MojoWhatsup
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    . It seems that Whatsapp will be implementing . It remains to be seen what impact this will have on the webOS homebrew app.
  • If you are trying to convince yourself that you really need a new TV this month, then you may be able to reduce any buyer’s remorse by checking ‘s , topped by the 55EA9800 from (who also made the runner up).
  • As promised, the latest version of has arrived. Updates for the Preware domain change, Novacom drivers & LuneOS support are all included.
  • In a matching update, , so you should now see the apps added to the webOS Nation app gallery over the last few weeks. Automated updates have just been fixed too.
  • Looking to the future, take a look at this from forum user and app developer, Warlord9159.
  • Finally, don’t panic if you are here looking for the next stable LuneOS build. It has so many major updates that the whole stability thing is taking a little longer.

Don’t forget all the above accept donations (A large & mandatory one in the case of the TV). Even pivotCE could do with the occasional crust.



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