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Linux Standard Kernel 3.3 released, Android trapping in tow
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by Derek Kessler
Mar 19, 2012
Right on schedule (for taking place in the month of March, that is), the Linux Standard Kernel version 3.3 has been released, bringing a metric ton of Android driver support to the mix. While the...
Open Source
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by Derek Kessler
Mar 14, 2012
In a new posting to the HP webOS Developer Blog, webOS CTO Sam Greenblatt announced that HP intends to publish additional components from the already-released webOS 3.0.5 to open source, branding...
open webOS
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by Derek Kessler
Mar 01, 2012
With yesterday's release of the Enyo 2.0 UI widgets bringing February's code commitment for Open webOS to a close, it's time now to look forward to March. webOS CTO Sam Greenblatt took...
webOS on Android hardware
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by Derek Kessler
Feb 15, 2012
webOS and Android both have something very fundamental in common - they're based off of the Linux open source kernel. Up until the decision to go open source, Palm and then HP used a custom...
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by Derek Kessler
Feb 07, 2012
A few months back, deep in the midst of the TouchPad fire sale, at least a few of HP's webOS tablets shipped out the door and to customers with an unexpected install: Android. While HP never...
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by Derek Kessler
Aug 25, 2011
If there’s one group that’s responsible for the existence of webOS to this day, it’s WebOS Internals. The tireless homebrew work by this group is done entirely by volunteers, and though coding...
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by Jonathan I Ezor#IM
Mar 01, 2011
As expected, within just a few hours of Palm making the source code for the webOS 2.1 kernel available, forum member unixpsycho and others within the webOS Internals team have worked their magic....
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by Derek Kessler
Feb 22, 2011
Homebrew group WebOS Internals has long mandated that any kernels and patches distributed through their system be fully open source such that if HP (previously Palm) wanted to adopt the work into...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 12, 2010
Palm Pre owners have been enjoying ridiculous overclocking benefits for some time now, while our Pixi-toting friends have been left to look in from the outside. Thanks to the work of WebOS...