webOS Open Source Edition 2.0 keeps Palm’s spirit alive in cars and IoT


Palm’s name may have recently been revived in a small way, quite literally, with a tiny companion Android phone. Ever since it got bought then sold by HP, however, Palm has been nothing more than a historical footnote in the consumer tech market. That’s not to say its legacy doesn’t live on today and at least one effort is trying to keep it on life support thanks to version 2.0 of the webOS Open Source Edition. webOS was born in a time when Android and iOS didn’t yet have a duopoly on the mobile market.

[Source: SlashGear]