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A Chinese developer has reportedly gotten Android to work on an HP TouchPad by installing it as a WebOS application package and running Google's OS in emulation mode.
Hewlett-Packard's TouchPad tablet was available on the company's Web site today, according to a report--the first time in more than a month.
Google's Android operating system has been targeted for a port to HP's TouchPad ever since the tablet went on sale for as little as $100. But the port has not gone very smoothly.
Hewlett-Packard will send the WebOS software business to the Office of Strategy and Technology, according to a report.
An Orange support page for the HP Pre 3 has popped up online, indicating the webOS smart phone will be heading to the fruity network.
An internal e-mail from HP Senior VP Jon Rubinstein shows him cheering up his staff by comparing complaints about WebOS and the company's new TouchPad to the first reviews of Apple's Mac OS X.
The long-awaited tablet from HP still hasn't hit the market, but a sneaky SanDisk rep doesn't mind showing it off at Computex Taipei.
The office supply store looks to offer at least eight Android tablets in the first half of the year.
HP CEO Leo Apotheker says the company's TouchPad tablet will launch this June, as part of HP's grand ambitions for the webOS software, which is also heading to PCs.
HP talked up its new Veer webOS smart phone's slimline size when it was unveiled last week, but it has emerged that there's a price to pay: the lack of a 3.5mm headphone port.