Over the course of the next year, I’m guessing we see more and more Android partners get fed up with some aspect of the OS — be it the hardships making money, Google’s own intentions, lawsuits, etc. With that in mind, webOS remains a dark horse for something interesting. 

But, as Brian X. Chen points out, HP is putting fewer and fewer resources into it as the move to open source the software is nearly complete. Someone is going to need to step up to take control and keep development going. HTC? LG? Facebook?

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    You are so right.. HP should have developed the amazing Palm software…
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    RIM not buying Palm remains one of the most puzzling M&A misses in a long time.
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    I actually wanted Google to buy it, and use it as a front end for the Android OS. webOS was and is gorgeous, it just...
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