Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 22nd Nov 2010 12:48 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless It's no secret that the webOS is no speed demon. Sure, it has the most elegant multitasking interface (the fact that it multitasks at all means it bests both Android and iOS), but it's not exactly fast. This is all going to change. Palm held its Developer Day in New York this weekend, and unveiled its new application development framework, set to replace the current Mojo framework. Not only will this new framework, named Enyo, be a lot faster than Mojo, it will also be designed around multiple display resolutions.
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RE: Can't Wait, Will the Market?
by arpan on Tue 23rd Nov 2010 10:24 UTC in reply to "Can't Wait, Will the Market?"
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Of course the question is if people purchasing Android phones even know what they are buying. Android phones are sold under various brands, and Android is rarely mentioned.

If HP comes out with really good devices and advertises them properly, they surely stand a chance. They won't become market leaders anytime soon, but they do have the chance to become a significant player.

One thing is, if it is demoed properly in stores, I think that the WebOS UI stands to win quite a few customers.

On the other hand Android 3.0 is supposed to come out with a much improved UI, so we'll just have to wait and see. The main thing is that the Smartphone market is growing rapidly, that there is plenty of room for one more player.

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