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Jayenkai
Created : 28 April 2010
 

HP Buy Palm!

Wha?!

http://www.engadget.com/2010/04/28/hp-buys-palm/
HP Buy Palm, get WebOS, and start planning ahead.
Looks like this has actually been in motion for a while, what with HP doing a whole presentation and everything.

Seems like "Palm" will become the software side of HP, or at least, something to that effect, anyway!

 

Comments


Wednesday, 28 April 2010, 19:39
JL235
HP have had software devisions for years. They own lots of big business software dev companies like the god awful Quick Test Professional suite, and even have their own flavour of Unix: HP-UX (I almost stole the spare copy they had lying around at HSBC, but then decided it was probably a bad idea).