Phoenix technologies, makers of computer BIOS, have a number of other assets that I never knew about: something called HyperSpace, which is a minimalist instant-on Linux OS for notebooks, and something called “HyperCore” – a complimentary hypervisor for HyperSpace that allows it to run some Windows services. Both of those products will now be owned by HP, according to Infoworld. Is this a move to bolster the value and utility of HP’s recent purchase of Palm’s WebOS?
Latest From Gadgets
Toymail adds an app store for its cuddly mobiles for kids| Natasha Lomas
These 3D-printed sunglasses will fit your oddly-shaped head| John Biggs
Modders are turning the NES Classic Edition into an all-purpose retro gaming machine| Devin Coldewey
The court system should know as much about electronically stored information as does your teenager| Duren Banks, Brian A. Jackson