It’s always been possible to run webOS on a PC using the emulator built into Palm’s SDK, but “it turns out that the operating system image used for the emulator can actually be installed on an IDE hard drive and booted from. This’s exactly what a member of the PreCentral forums did with his Dell C600 laptop. It’s not too surprising webOS can do this, since it’s built on Linux, but don’t get too excited yet; the OS runs in a funky aspect ratio in a small portion of the screen and the lack of a touchscreen means you’re stuck using the keyboard to navigate,” reports Engadget.
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