LG buys webOS. Samsung kills Bada and strengthens Tizen. Firefox OS attracts more carriers and first devices seen at MWC 2013.
HP has open sourced Isis, a QtWebKit-based browser, and has outlined the guiding principles for Open webOS’ governance model.
HP will open source webOS along with Enyo, and promises to remain active in its development.
Both HP and Dell are entering the IaaS cloud services business, building their infrastructure on their own servers and OpenStack (HP)/vCloud (Dell). Dell promises to come with two more clouds based on Windows Azure and OpenStack.
HP launched TouchPad, a tabled based on webOS 3.0, on July 1st. webOS 3.0 has a completely new application framework that generates web applications that can run in any WebKit browser.
Werner Vogels from Amazon and Satya Nadella from Microsoft talked about the current status of cloud computing, while Lew Tucker from Cisco and Jon Weinman from HP made some predictions on its future at GigaOM Structure Event.
Yesterday HP announced HP Hybrid Delivery which is a complete cloud compute infrastructure intended to compete with Amazon AWS and Rackspace's offerings. HP's offering attempts to differentiate itself from current offerings in several different ways.
HP announced the release of HP SOA Systinet 3.00, their SOA governance solution.
HP announces the release of a new suite of SOA related products and services, which represent a merger of its in-house capabilities and those obtained through the Mercury acquisition.