By Harry McCracken | Thursday, August 25, 2011 at 4:54 pm
Got yourself a $99 TouchPad? HP has some free apps for you.
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Probably the biggest news for webOS users to come out of this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas was the revelation that just before HP put a halt to webOS, a technology company named OpenMobile was engaged in talks with HP to implement a technology which would allow webOS devices to run Android Apps, and immediately eliminate the app selection shortage which many consider to be the single biggest obstacle to webOS growth.
This technology, which was demonstrated live at CES, is in an advanced stage of development and only needs tweaks to be ready for deployment. It allows Android apps to run as a card completely inside webOS at 90% – 95% of native speed, and with this technology there is no need to install Android or dual boot!
Please take the time to sign the petition to let both HP and OpenMobile see how many webOS users want this to happen, and how much it's worth to us.
Petition Link: http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/android-apps-o…