Palm shows up at I/O, No Chrome for WebOS (Updated)

May 19, 2010: 11:20 AM ET

Palm demonstrated some software based on HTML5 today, not that Chrome was coming to webOS, as previously speculated.

Breakfast is being served and the show is about to begin.  Here's a quick clip of the show floor with an unlikely guest.

Palm.  With a little Chrome Browser icon below their display.

Though it was easy to assume that they'd be utilizing the Chrome Browser, it turns out they have a software wing and they are building some HTML5 compliant software that will run on the Chrome browser.  Who knew?

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