There are some interesting rumors on the internet that Palm, now engulfed Hewlett Packardwill change ownership soon. Whose role is tipped Amazon, from whose mobile devices a lot is expected.
This is a popular resource Toms Hardware, citing some unnamed sources from Hewlett Packard. It is alleged that the transaction may well take place in the very near future.
Against the backdrop of talk about Amazon plans to allocate Kindle into a separate division, the possibility of acquiring Palm, which has considerable experience in creating mobile devices and operating systems for them, looks quite logical. The tablet Kindel Fire works under the control Android. However, lately, this operating system has brought unexpected problems to the creators of mobile devices, such as dependence on Microsoft. And it is likely that Amazon wants to avoid them in the future by launching tablets running webOS.
On the other side, Amazon already owns a large app store for Androidto which are attached Fire. Does it make sense for the company to rebuild the entire structure now?
It is possible that all talk of a possible sale may turn out to be nothing more than speculation. So, after Hewlett Packard officially announced the refusal to release devices based on webOS conversations immediately began on the Web that the system, together with the company that created it, would be redeemed by Samsung. Nothing of the sort has happened so far.