Though the company was at one point in development of Android products, it has now shifted completely to webOS.
Jon Rubinestein, the former CEO of Palm, which HP HPQ picked up for $1.2 billion earlier this year, dispelled any myths of multiple portable operating systems happening at HP to the Financial Times today. Specifically, he said there wouldn’t be any Windows Mobile and HP killed off its Android efforts:
The bad news for Rubinstein is that HP released an Android tablet as part of a printer package just last week. The bad news for HP’s customers is that that product is likely to be orphaned as HP moves its printers to the webOS. HP VP (and likely CEO successor to Mark Hurd) Todd Bradley said this week that he expected to sell 15 million WebOS printers next year.
He also let slip the name PalmPad for HP’s line of webOS tablets.
Something tells me that this doesn’t keep Steve Jobs up at night.