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WebOS to Live Again with LG and Smart TVs

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After going through Palm and HP, webOS is now apparently being purchased by LG. The apparent plan is that webOS won't appear on LG smartphones, but rather it will be used on LG Smart TVs. That's the current plan, but LG isn't ruling out the possibility that webOS could be adapted for their smartphones and tablets too.

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Wiping-Out WebOS Will Cost HP $3.3 Billion More

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It's been a while since HP has erased every single thing related to Palm. Now, the whole world has come to know that all this costed HP nothing less than $3.3 Billion American Dollars. To this amount, we have to add $1.2 Billion, which was the amount that HP spent while buying Palm. As a total, you can see that HP has come up to $5 Billion in losses; this related to their mobile industry.

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Price on HP TouchPad tablet plummets to $99.99

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Mere days after HP announced that it was getting out of the webOS game, it seems that just about every retailer has opened up a fire sale on the TouchPad tablet and other webOS devices. If you're lucky enough to find one in stock, the 16GB Wi-Fi TouchPad can be yours for just $99.99.

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HP internal testing reveals webOS running twice as fast on iPad

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We're hearing that internal testing at HP led to the loading of webOS onto an Apple iPad and, well, it blew the TouchPad out of the water. The precise details are quite scarce, but we're hearing that webOS ran "twice as fast" on the Apple iPad hardware than it did on the HP TouchPad. This leads us to believe that it's the hardware, and not the software, that led to the ultimate demise of webOS at HP.

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HP TouchPad webOS tablet slashed down to just $399

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Yes! The great thing about competition is that all the different companies are fighting for your hard earned money. In the increasingly crowded markets for tablets, HP is apparently having some trouble getting enough attention, so they've dropped the price on the TouchPad down a solid one hundred dollars. Cheaper is good, right?

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