Mar 28, 2013 (Menafn - Bangkok Post - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) --Hewlett-Packard (HP), the world's biggest computer maker, has resumed development of WebOS-based tablets in Thailand to capitalise on the high-growth segment and boost revenue.
This week it emerged that LG has agreed to buy certain assets from Hewlett-Packard relating to the WebOS operating system, which the US company acquired when it purchased Palm in 2010. The deal demonstrates what can be achieved if open source ...
LG announced plans to use webOS in televisions and possibly other appliances in the future. However, there was no talk of webOS smartphones in the mix. We're left wondering if webOS can survive much longer.
HP will indeed sell key pieces of its webOS product and team to LG for use in smart TVs, but contrary to earlier leaked reports, the deal doesn't include the entire webOS portfolio. What's more,...
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Importantly, HP will retain all of the patents associated with Palm and webOS; LG will license it from HP, although neither company would comment on the specifics of the license terms. LG will commit to continued participation in the open-source webOS project, and HP expects to benefit from LG's further development on webOS in the future.
WebOs Way back in 2012 we were introduced to OpenMobile, a company working to build what they called an “Application Compatibility Layer” for running Android apps on Open webOS. They’ve demonstrated...
LG announced yesterday that it would be acquiring webOS from HP to use in LG smart televisions. The company has inherited all of the rights to the source code for webOS, including documentation and engineers, as well as all of its related websites. But what about projects like Open webOS andwebOS Ports?
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