Hapless HP TouchPad owners have to 'hit pause' on their highly predictable desires to get Google's Android OS running instead of webOS, because while a 'highly unstable alpha' of Android 2.3.5 is being worked on by CyanogenMod, it's still highly unstable - and an alpha.
HP's TouchPad ads still grace Sydney's streets and advertising billboards despite the fact the company has killed what was arguably the best challenger to the iPad thus far: advertising nothing like nothing else?
With hoards of hungry tablet consumers clearing the shelves of HP TouchPads at Harvey Norman, it seems quite obvious that there's no shortage of demand for WebOS tablet devices. The only problem for HP was the price.
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