Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 24th Jul 2009 22:52 UTC
Editorial Every few years we geeks have our own kind of popcorn show to watch: tech companies showing teeth to one another. This time around, it's Palm vs Apple. In all seriousness though, how ethical is the battle around iTunes?
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WebOS is based entirely on Palm's internal code. I do not believe any part of PalmOS or Access Linux Platform is part of it. The "Classic" part of WebOS is an application licensed from someone else who apparently has a license from Access to write said emulator.

However, Classic is not part of WebOS, at least not on my Pre ;) .

The BeOS source code is still owned by Access, as is Cobalt and the other PalmOS iterations. One of their representatives has posted here multiple times, and the likelihood of them open-sourcing BeOS or the other code they possess far outweighs the monetary benefit they would derive from it (not much).

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