Palm has made public details of webOS 2, and launched an Early Access Program for developers, proving that HP has plans for the platform it acquired back in April. webOS is the platform used on the Palm Pre and its siblings, but version 2 promises great things in the form of stacked multitasking, identity aggregation, and HTML 5 …
Good to see it's still being actively developed.
It just needs more phone handsets to be produced. The current Palm handsets are a year old now.
Quite a turnaround
From rebadging iPods to possibly the most credible competitor to the iPad in five years. That said, I thought the Palm Pre was going to be the big thing versus the iPhone, so probably Android is the one to watch, again?
I have mixed feelings.
WebOS kicks ass, and I would love some more WebOS devices. I just can't find it within myself to cheer on HP though. At least not until they pick a CEO that isn't a soulless shell of a human or a workforce devastating butcher.
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