Only a few months after the application framework for Enyo was made open source, evidence is suggesting that Google is snatching up every last bit of the HP webOS Enyo team.
HP webOS is a mobile operating system based on Linux, first developed by Palm, and has run on the Pre, Pixi, Veer, and the HP Touchpad tablets.
Around half a dozen devs have been acquired, one by one, according to AllThingsD. This doesn’t seem that bad when you think about HP recently firing 27,000 workers to stave off the pangs of bankruptcy.
Could this be the future of Chrome OS? As you may know, Google not only has the Android Operating System, but now the Chrome OS which is gaining ground in the tablet, and light-computer market.
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