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Re: HP: You Get WebOS, You Get WebOS - Every PC Gets WebOS
Posted by: Mike Martin 2011-03-09 14:14:42
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Mobile is getting grounded, HP CEO Leo Apotheker has announced. In 2012, HP will include the mobile operating system it purchased with Palm in 2009, webOS, on every PC it ships, along with the latest version of stationary computing standard Microsoft Windows. HP seeks to expand the webOS platform's reach and attract more developers, Apotheker explained. With a mere 6,000 developed apps, webOS seriously lags both Apple's App Store, with its 350,000 apps, and Google's Android, with its 250,000. That could all change, however, with the webOS-PC marriage.


webos to go to desktops
Posted by: wanton777 2011-03-09 14:16:15 In reply to: Mike Martin
check out the article below for more details about hp's decision to bring webOS to desktops

http://www.thedailytech.co/2011/03/09/all-hp-computers-shipped-in-2012-to-include-webos/
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