There should be an image here!Since HP bought out Palm, there has been a lot of questions surrounding where Palm’s efforts were going to end up and how WebOS was going to evolve in such a way as to make sense in the future.

Today it appears that question has received its answer. Introducing WebOS 2.0, now with more features and Flash 10.1. In addition to badly needed functionality like card-grouping, new plugins and the ability to favorite a contact, the inclusion of Flash for web browsing was badly needed for this mobile OS to stand-up against Android.

On another positive front, WebOS’ latest browser now supports HTML5 functionality which is a huge deal as we continue our growth into this area of web browsing both┬ámobility┬áspeaking and at the local PC level.