Many of us are disappointed with HP’s announcement on the discontinuation of the production of devices that runs with webOS.
After a week, the confirmation of Choi Gee Sung, Samsung’s CEO adds up to this disappointment by putting to rest the speculations of webOS deal. Although this rather sounds frustrating, the team at CM provides us with better solution.
With the straight to the point cut, CyanogenMod 7 for Android suggests that it will run better for your stagnant Touchpad.
Apparently, this platform will provide a more functional Wifi access, faster audio and operational accelerometer with easy access to Android Market.
However, the code is yet to be revealed by the team as they are currently configuring the Hamsterdance effect. In that case, we have to wait and hope for a faster development.
Meanwhile, there is a plan for webOS to receive split global business units.
Apparently, the two units specifically webOS software will be moved to the Office of Strategy and Technology, whereas the hardware division will go to the Personal Systems Group. The splitting of webOS units is viewed to optimize their technology.
But there is another hint that webOS will remain as the major platform for the HP Company.
Whether what move HP is going to make, we are petty sure that they are going to make the best move for their company.
But as a consumer, we can’t close our eyes to the other options offered by other developers. In this crucial moment, only one virtue will stand, it’s either loyalty or practicality.