Monday, April 12, 2021

HP Not Shutting Down WebOS Yet

VentureBeat: Last week, the UK’s The Guardian published an article claiming that HP planned to shut down its WebOS division. HP’s Todd Bradley, the head of the company’s PC division, is refuting that claim, calling it an “unfounded rumor.”

However, Bradley stopped short of saying the company definitely planned to continue developing the mobile operating system. Instead, he said they would weigh all the “data and information” before making “the right decision.”

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