incrediBILL - 8:59 pm on May 23, 2010 (gmt 0)
You just proved my point.
Not even close.
HP obviously wants to differentiate themselves in the market with Palm but instead will shoot themselves in the foot being last.
However, when HP comes to their senses and decides to roll Android devices they can do it with immunity using the pile of Palm patents since they now own Palm. Technically, the $1.2B purchase price for Palm was worth it just for the patent portfolio alone.
They have a stacked deck ;)
Besides, when Google and Microsoft start the patent wars against Apple, that's when it's going to be fun and Apple should know better than to start down this path because nothing good will come from it.
I don't have a Motorola, not an issue.
or Motorola to provide you with 2.1
Your last point is not clear so not sure what you're saying, but there's a desktop and a Web based emulator for the upcoming webOS release.
You said when would I get Froyo and I said I have it now, pretty clear.
I have the complete developer kit right here, right now, it's not "coming soon", complete with emulator and all that nonsense.
Personally, I'm thinking that the Android port to iPhone has Apple in a near frenzy:
Following up on the Froyo release yesterday, we've got the no less vital news that the iPhone 3G port of Android is now ready to download and install.
Just too funny.