HP’s acquisition of Palm has left an array of open questions. The most prominent of them is what HP would do with the webOS. Speculations of it being headed to a tablet came up fast – but were not confirmed by HP so far.

In Asia, companies are often more talkative. DigiTimes now reports the following:

HP will adopt the WebOS platform in smartphones and tablets, according to Monty Wong, vice president of personal computing systems group at HP Taiwan, adding that since netbooks are more similar in functions with traditional computers, the company will not offer such WebOS-based devices.

HP will announce more details after the completion of the Palm acquisition at the end of July, Wong said.

As of now, no further information is available…

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