At the webOS event today, HP ended their presentation with something that pretty much floored the crowd. They announced that webOS won’t be limited to just mobile devices and their printers; the operating system will find its way on to desktop computers as well as laptops. While there weren’t any details revealed about how it was going to work, expect HP to give us more information in the near future. It looks like HP is really liberating themselves from Microsoft by providing computers that don’t run on Windows. It looks like things are going to take an interesting turn in the PC world. Now all HP has to do is get developers on board to develop software for webOS, because it’s going to be pretty hard to compete against the lineup of software that’s already available for Windows. What do you think of webOS on PCs?
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