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    I know we've all seen the Engadget App and know that it is on the big 4 OS right now but I thought the placement of WebOS as the #2 spot was pretty cool from an ad ON crackberry.com
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    Does that have to do with the order that they released them in?

    iPhone: Dec 31, 2009
    WebOS: Jan 1, 2010
    Blackberry: Jan 8, 2010
    Android: March 25, 2010


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    Probably :]

    Still nice to see WebOS in the upper-half!
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    I'm pretty sure most of the editors at Engadget believe WebOS is the best mobile operating system they're just ADHD about hardware (and who isn't?).
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    Quote Originally Posted by nbmatt View Post
    I'm pretty sure most of the editors at Engadget believe WebOS is the best mobile operating system they're just ADHD about hardware (and who isn't?).
    I don't think all of them think its the best, but they certainly do give it credit where its due.
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    Quote Originally Posted by voodoochild View Post
    I don't think all of them think its the best, but they certainly do give it credit where its due.
    I agree. Everyone has their opinions, but the viewers of Engadget commonly give WebOS the credit it deserves as well as Engadget.


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