We are here at beautiful Fort Mason in San Francisco on a spectacular day. The Bay is sparkling, Alcatraz beckons (for some of us), and somewhere inside the theater HP is making all the final preparations. The line to get in is already pretty long, and growing. We are about to see the launch of a new lineup of HP mobile products based on the company's WebOS platform.
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Each of the applications is represented by a card -- each is kept in the state the user left it. And you flip through these cards. Very easy. This is standard WebOS, of course. It was innovative in 2009, and it's still well done today.
You can stack cards -- say a web site tied to a to-do list. Or related web pages, or other data sources you might want to keep together.
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