Also known as "how HP spent its summer vacation." Since August 18th, the company has swapped CEOs, killed webOS' hardware, open sourced the platform, and developed an on-again / off-again relationship with its PC division (current status: together). Along the way the company also lost a few key executives — here's how it all went down!
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HP trims its webOS team significantly
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HP's Brian Hernacki — chief architect for webOS — has left the company, The Verge has learned.