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    More and more people are relying on these to conduct remote meetings. The TP would be much more valuable to business with both these.
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    need to contact the company and request they port it to webOS, unless it is open source (doesn't look like it is)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccx View Post
    need to contact the company and request they port it to webOS, unless it is open source (doesn't look like it is)
    Maybe, but the cost for development for each can't be that much. This would dramatically increase the business use of the TP.
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    my point was people can't take another company's product, make alterations to it and distribute it...unless they got permission or open source. I'd say write them and ask, or ask if they had any problems with some dev porting it. Otherwise I don't think it would be legal for someone to do it.
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    Anyone tried using Splashtop to run these from a remote PC?

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