HP's final decision of acquiring Palm in the preceding month can only denote that HP has estranged itself from Microsoft. Although, HP Executive Vice President, Todd Bradley is of the say that HP intends to become Microsoft's biggest client, but in actuality, the firm has parted its ways from Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system.
Nevertheless, Palm is the brain that is responsible for the webOS mobile operating system, which HP is of the intention to make use of for all the smartphones that it comes up with in future.
While giving an interview, Bradley said that the firm's intention is to keep its focus on the resources and use webOS, so that, it is branded to be the best of all OS's that ever can be.
Earlier, HP was supposed to launch Windows 7 tablet, and suddenly it backed out, favoring Palm's webOS and in the present time, once more, it has revived itself as an enterprise that deals in Windows class making gadgets.
Ryan Paul from Ars Technica said that HP seemed to be taking in two platforms at the same time for its Slate tablets, where the business clientele would be offered Windows edition whilst the general customer is offered webOS.