In a shocking development, HP has announced that they plan to discountinue operations for webOS devices, to include the TouchPad and webOS phones. This leaves Apple, RIM, and Microsoft as the smartphone alternatives to Android, and that makes us sad. Nobody has the full details just yet, but whispers of licensing out the software or open-sourcing the entire project are already making the rounds, and we certainly hope that webOS isn't just left to die a horrible death on HP printers.
What does this mean for Android is what we have to ask ourselves, and the jury is still out. With news of Google buying Motorola, and if HP does license out webOS to OEMs, things could get really interesting. We'll just have to what and see what develops.
Source: Pre Central
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