HP/Palm has officially announced webOS 2.0 and the Palm Pre 2.

According to PreCentral.net, it says that WebOS 2.0 is without question the biggest webOS update and since Palm first unveiled webOS at CES in January 2009. The main features like Stacks, Just Type, Exhibition, improved speed, and a bevy of developer tools are mainly evolutionary that cannott be wrong. However, the sum of these updates adds up to an OS that is coming into its own. Rather than try to play catch-up with Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android, HP chose to bolster webOS’ advantages by those platforms. webOS 2.0 is not a me-too operating system, as reveal by PreCentral.net.

The original Palm Pre and webOS unveiling at CES 2009 deservedly won best of show, and Palm out engineered Google at their own game last year creating a web-based, connected, mobile device.

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