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    because RIM is really taking the best of webOS and besting it. these demos are showcasing the awesomeness that i, and i think many webOS users, have been dreaming about when palm unleashed webOS on to the world.

    i really hope to be surprised this summer...

    RIM shows off TAT-developed BlackBerry PlayBook apps -- Engadget
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    ^ agreed
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    Looks nice. Palm came out with WEBOs and it was a great mobile OS but everyone has caught up with them. thaking some of the good things in WEBOS and making it better. Shame , I thought when I got my Pre it would be huge based on the OS. I think WEBOS will be popular and good in tablets but all these new changes to the other OS's really even the playfield.
    Last edited by VaccPalm; 02/18/2011 at 12:00 PM.
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    People keep chatting about how much RIM leveraged from webOS. From the looks of these demos, I can tell you that there is at least one thing they did not copy. That would be LAG! My God, look at how smooth that thing is running!
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    Quote Originally Posted by taharka View Post
    People keep chatting about how much RIM leveraged from webOS. From the looks of these demos, I can tell you that there is at least one thing they did not copy. That would be LAG! My God, look at how smooth that thing is running!
    I agree. Plus, if it can run Android apps, then this will be the tablet to get.

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