I believe the spin-off company, HP's Gram, is now LG's Silicon Valley Lab.
It is unlikely that the new Palm is still with HP. While HP has recently split and one of the two companies is into personal computing, HP appears to be getting rid of everything Palm and webOS.
Is it a new owner? Could it be a sub-brand of LG? Would the new webOS smartphone be released under the revived Palm brand?
Could it be Qualcomm joining the growing mobile market by resurrecting the Palm brand, many patents of which now in its possession? Is Jon Rubinstein still with Qualcomm?
Or is it a new group of investors still believing in the appeal of the old, well-loved Palm brand?
Could it be a line of Palm-branded phones running Mozilla's Firefox OS--or worse, Android or Windows?
Or could it be just HP deciding not to renew the Palm trademark, allowing a new entity to over the domain name? Could this entity be just teasing, and it's really nothing more than a new domain and an endlessly looping video of our favorite brand's logo?
This is exciting, but yes, maybe we shouldn't expect too much.
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