Phoenix International Communications has designs on helping webOS rise from the ashes. While its long-term goals include launching an actual device at some point, right now the group is doing its level best to bring the OS to existing devices. Phoenix’ plans aren’t what you’d expect. Instead of building a ROM that you can flash

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Phoenix International Communications has designs on helping webOS rise from the ashes. While its long-term goals include launching an actual device at some point, right now the group is doing its level best to bring the OS to existing devices. Phoenix’ plans aren’t what you’d expect. Instead of building a ROM that you can flash

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