Still far from complete, however it looks like some progress is being made in terms of getting Open webOS up and running on Android. The Phoenix project has recently shown that progress in a demo video with webOS running on a Nexus S 4G.
HP's webOS has been dead for a while now, but that hasn't stopped resourceful tinkerers from giving it an afterlife. Instead of holding onto an OS that they clearly had no further interest in, HP decided to release the code to the open source world.
Open webOS is alive and kicking, but who will actually care?
Today, HP's Open webOS operating system reached a major milestone, version 1.0, which is now available for download, although not yet fully functional. HP promises to bring more features to Open webOS, but at this point, the question is will anyone care?
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