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    ALL --- now that WebOS 3.0 is close to being available to all, I need some bullet points on WebOS vs android/apple for generic work related activities . . .ie, what does WebOS have (or doesn't) that is a plus over the others.

    If you have particular items of interest that are peculiar to use on .mil/.gov domains & networks that is appreciated as well.

    PM, email or post here if you have input that I can review.

    Thank you ~
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    Well, I guess you can start with improved multitasking with webOS, although the Playbook now has that same thing...

    There's also synergy. I'm not sure, but I think any developer can set up their own synergy accounts in their apps, so if someone in the military or government wanted to write an app for collaboration purposes, they could use synergy to hook up with on-device messaging, contacts, and calendar. You could have it sync information in the background, so if, for example, your boss wants to set up a meeting for your group, it can be synced to everyone in the group.

    Since there are no apps in the catalog that actually do this yet, I'm just speculating here. But I'm speculating based on information from the developer docs on synergy:

    https://developer.palm.com/content/a.../overview.html
    https://developer.palm.com/content/a...s-package.html

    Plus, there's Enyo, allowing anyone to develop apps easily.
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    what about comparison of security and ability to interact with windows or networks? Is there any strength to highlight over android of the fruitOS?

    With the 1 JUL 11 release date, I'm going to press the info to the right folks ~

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