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Hewlett-Packard will apparently need close to two months to start fulfilling backorders for the (temporarily) revived Touch Pad tablet.
"The remainder of the web OS team, under Stephen De Witt, will continue to report into PSG." According to at least one analyst, flooding the market with additional Touch Pad devices could have significant benefits for HP going forward.
A "larger installed base of Touch Pad and web OS devices should increase the value of web OS in a potential sale," Sterne Agee analyst Shaw Wu wrote in a research note widely circulated on Barron's and other financial Websites.
"We believe logical buyers may include Samsung Electronics, Research In Motion, HTC, Amazon.com, Facebook, Sony, Microsoft and others." Follow Nicholas Kolakowski on Twitter Nicholas Kolakowski is a staff editor at e WEEK, covering Microsoft and other companies in the enterprise space, as well as evolving technology such as tablet PCs.
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The other parts of the web OS corporate infrastructure, presumably including its hardware interests, will continue as part of the Personal Systems Group, which manufactures HP's PCs, and which will presumably be spun off into its own entity under the terms of the company's new strategy.
"We have decided that we'll be most effective in these efforts by having the teams in web OS software engineering, worldwide developer relations and web OS software product marketing join the Office of Strategy and Technology," Todd Bradley, executive vice president of HP's Personal Systems Group, wrote in an email circulated to the web OS developer team and also leaked onto