HP's upcoming plans. They've completely ditched WebOS on all fronts and look to be headed down the green street we call Android. This weekend they announced their first Android-powered device, the HP Slate 7, and now it has been confirmed that HP just sold WebOS to LG Electronics. There's a few small important details regarding the deal, so read on for more information.
ported to the Galaxy Nexus, as well as the NOOK, but today the popular Nexus 7 tablet is getting a taste of webOS -- even if it isn't too functional. Check it out below.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus is beginning to get fleshed out a bit. It wasn't too long ago that Open webOS was first ported to the Galaxy Nexus, and today we're seeing the addition of a new gesture area. In other words, things are moving along pretty quickly.
Galaxy Nexus. Just a couple of days later we saw it booting on the Transformer Prime, and today, the source code for the Galaxy Nexus port has been posted online, so the open source community can officially go nuts.
webOS 1.0 running on the Transformer Prime. This weekend, open webOS developer Steven Troughton-Smith - who got the open webOS OpenEmbedded beta running on the same device, remember - managed to get Open webOS 1.0 to boot on the Prime. Even more impressive? Open webOS 1.0 was only released on Friday.
WebOS, thanks to designer Matias Duarte. Now Google is getting a fresh batch of concerts from the WebOS team. The Enyo developer team helped create the HTML5 framework for the HP TouchPad, and The Verge has announced that they're making their way to Google soon.
HP TouchPad app does more multitasking in a single window than certain iDevices can manage all day.