I did my best folks, but I couldn't get everything exactly word for word. The static I'm hearing is preventing some of it. I transcribed the three interesting questions relevant to future devices and HP.
Question: Are there plans to release any new devices this year?
Answer: I'm not allowed to talk about future roadmaps, especially because we're in the process of being acquired by HP, so I can't say. But yes we have a road map. We are working on future devices. And... new version of the OS. So I think, you're going to find the next year very exciting.
Q: [I can't hear this clearly on my recording.] ...on the Pre and Pixi, how will apps be handled on those devices?
A: Yes we have more devices in the works. I can't talk about form factors, but we have said that the Pixi will be the smallest screen size that we ever create in terms of pixels. For the most part, you don't need to do anything to adapt to different hardware. Same OS, with roughly the same capabilities. Just speed and memory are different. And screen sizes are different, but that's pretty easy to handle, it's no different than a desktop web application that the user can resize his browser.
Q: What about HP and homebrew, are they going to be supported going forward as Palm [I can't hear this last word!]?
A: There's not much I can say right now. But I can say that everyone at Palm is really excited to work with HP. They really get what we're trying to do. And they have a lot of resources that they're going to pour into it. So I think, once the acquisition is finalized, and you see what we're working on over the [Can't hear word!... sigh] You'll be very happy.