“… price the TouchPad better” as in probably losing hundreds of dollars per unit? Gee, why didn’t HP think of that approach sooner?
But just after HP announced plans to put WebOS out of its misery, discontinuing operations for devices running on it, the operating system has shown a new luster. TouchPads are flying off the shelves at fire sale prices and WebOS application developers are the subjects of at least one company's hot pursuit. It almost seems as if HP, had it been able to price the TouchPad better and harness the enthusiasm of its developers, could have turned WebOS into a contender.
Near death, WebOS is more popular than ever | Wireless - CNET News
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