admin · Dec 12, 2011 at 12:35 pm

The Quietest Whimper WebOS Could Muster – XDA TV

In this week’s XDA TV Recap, azrienoch takes us through some information about Cyanogenmod 9 and Ice Cream Sandwich, and the scandal of Verizon’s choice to sully the Nexus ideal.  The big story is, of course, Hewlett Packard’s decision to open source WebOS.  Is this the salvation or damnation of Palm’s firstborn son?  Azrienoch explains his thoughts (on a poetic note). Check out the video!

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Google’s Dianne Hackborn Dispels Android Hardware Acceleration Myths

Former Google Engineer Explains Why Android’s UI is Laggy

Verizon Bloats the Galaxy Nexus

HP to Open Source webOS; Development Possibilities Limitless!

HP TouchPad Firesale Part Deux?

Rather than selling or killing off webOS, HP to offer it as open-source software


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