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    Sorry if I sound like an *****! I have never used a WebOS device so I don't know the term used for the App store but I have a question. First off, I just bought a couple HP Touchpads for 149 each. I know that HP is no longer going forward with WebOS but I was hoping someone could fill me in on exactly what that means. Will the App store still work? I imagine there will not be many (if any at all) coming to the store but I'd hope I still have access to the current ones on there.

    I did look around to try and find the answer but I couldn't really find anything. I heard people put Ubuntu on their touchpad as well? I'm going to look into that for sure .
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    If this helps my man, read the email sent to developers:

    Dear webOS developer:

    We have opened the next chapter for webOS, and we understand that you must have many questions. Yesterday we announced that we will focus on the future of webOS as a software platform but we will no longer be producing webOS devices. While this was a difficult decision, it's one that will strengthen our ability to focus on further innovating with webOS as we forge our path forward. Throughout this journey, our developers will continue to be a vital part of the future of webOS.

    We will continue to support, innovate and develop the webOS App Catalog. Our intent is to enhance our merchandising and presentation of your great products and to continue to build our webOS app ecosystem.

    As many of you are aware, we are currently scheduled to hold many developer events around the world. We are planning to continue with these events, however, due to the recent announcements; the nature of them will change. These updates will be posted on our events registration site this coming week. We are eager to present to you the updated strategy for webOS and to hear your feedback.

    Lastly, I wish to express our sincere appreciation for your ongoing support for webOS and the many teams responsible for it here at HP. This is a particularly dynamic time in the mobile industry and sometimes tough decisions need to be made about not only what to do, but also what not to do. This has been one of those times. Together with our great webOS developer community, we are confident that we will meet the challenges ahead and build momentum for optimal success.

    We will be communicating with you frequently over the next few weeks and we look forward to hearing from you throughout this process.

    Thanks for your support

    Richard Kerris
    VP webOS Developer Relations

    Basically, no more hardware but the software will be there. I think we are looking at a licensing situation, so the software will remain (of course, we are trusting HP here). So sad that this gives Hewlett-Packard a bad name.
    The Original Owner of the AT&T Pre3
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    Thank you sir, that is comforting to know.

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