How long is HP willing to stick with WebOS even if it gains few customers?
ncharles 3 years ago
The review doesn't look pretty: in the battle for which is the better tablet, the iPad2 handlily defeats the upstart HP Touchpad
But knowing that HP has committed to putting WebOS on their PC's as well as their mobile devices, does HP have the guts to stick it out for a year or two to wait for developers to bring a host of decent apps to WebOS? Or will the CEO
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