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Palm has finally released a beta version of its webOS 2.0 SDK. The latest iteration of the operating system boasts some really sweet features, so come on in and check them out!
Yes, we’re talking advanced multi-tasking, universal search, Synergy and (seriously) slick HTML 5 enhancements.
Although its too early to say for certain, it certainly seems as if Palm is gearing up to seriously challenge Apple (iOs), Google (Android) and RIM (Blackberry) with a really tricked-out OS and accompanying UI.
Interested? Check out some of these highlights, you won’t be disappointed.
Stacks: Next-gen multi-tasking
WebOS 2.0 takes multi-tasking to the next level by grouping related “cards” (or apps) in stacks, reducing clutter and making it easier to move quickly between tasks.
For example, webOS 2.0 automatically stacks cards for you when it makes sense, and you can also drag and drop cards to manage stacks yourself.
Just Type: Quick Actions
Simply start an email, create a message, update your status, search your favorite websites — all without having to launch a single app. Sigue leyendo
Google’s Android mobile operating system is predominantly owned by males when compared with other smartphones on the market. The result comes from AdMob’s latest Mobile Metrics Report which revealed that 73% of Android users are male. On the other hand, owners of the iPhone, iPod Touch and Palm platforms has a more even male-to-female ratio. Despite the evenness, males were still the majority on those devices, accounting for 54% to 58% of the users. Sigue leyendo