HP’s Todd Bradley, Executive Vice President of Personal Systems and formerly CEO of Palm, was interviewed by Jon Fortt at CNBC. Fortt asks some great questions which mostly get woolly answers, but did get this statement from Bradley:
We will not do a Linux, Android phone. We won’t do a Microsoft Phone … we’ll deliver
…continue reading HP will not do Android or Windows Phone 7 smartphones – but what chance for webOS?
I’m at an Adobe partner conference in Amsterdam – not for the partner sessions, but to be one of the judges for tomorrow’s application showcase. However, I’ve been chatting to Michael Chaize, a Flash Platform evangelist based in Paris, and picked up a few updates on the progress of Flash and AIR on mobile devices.
…continue reading Flash and AIR for Windows Phone 7 by mid 2011?
…continue reading HP hedges mobile bets by buying Palm and webOS
Individuals may have strong opinions about the merits of Apple iPhone versus Google Android versus the struggling Palm WebOS versus the not-yet Windows Phone 7; but sit them round a table to discuss app strategy and those diverse platforms change from a debating point to a problem. Presuming a web app won’t cut it, how
…continue reading Building for multiple mobile platforms with one codebase