Some big news that went down a little earlier today: Google has nabbed some people who were pivotal to the development efforts of HP’s “Enyo” development framework, which premiered on the HP TouchPad last year. Only a handful of employees are going over to Google, but it’s said those that are were involved in over 90% of the code developed to date.
HP had the following to say about the acquisition:
We’re pleased with the traction Enyo has gained to date and plan to continue its development along with the open source community. The Open webOS project is on schedule and we remain committed to the roadmap announced in January.