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by Derek Kessler
Dec 09, 2011
As was heavily implied in HP’s announcement that they’re open-sourcing webOS, there are a lot of open source developers already hard at work on our favorite mobile OS. The group is led by Rod...
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by Tim Stiffler-Dean
Dec 09, 2011
When I heard the news that HP was going to be open sourcing webOS in the future, I immediately had an image of certain homebrew developers calling out, "Everybody jusy stay calm! I got this one...
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by Derek Kessler
Dec 09, 2011
What follows is what transpired inside my head today. It may not be as cathartic as some of my earlier rants, and the narrative styling might be a bit on the, shall we way, strange side. It is...
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by Derek Kessler
Dec 09, 2011
HP CEO Meg Whitman talked with the guys over at The Verge about HP’s future plans for webOS, now that they’ve decided to open source it. While all of the official verbiage on the announcement was...
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by Derek Kessler
Dec 09, 2011
So HP intends to fully open source webOS. We’re excited and jittery at the same time, because while we finally have a direction to be pointed, we don’t know what lies ahead. Is it a future of...
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by Derek Kessler
Dec 09, 2011
So HP is going to open source webOS. What does that mean, and how do they do that? We spoke with HP on this matter and here’s what they had to say. HP intends to fully open source every component...
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by Derek Kessler
Dec 09, 2011
Just about a year and a half ago Dieter published an editorial titled “Palm is dead, long live Palm,” about the future of Palm and webOS as part of HP. In the past seventeen months we’ve seen...
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by Derek Kessler
Dec 09, 2011
HP today announced their plans to contribute the webOS operating system to the open source community. While HP still has not announced any plans for new webOS devices, they are committing to...