The web OS software assets will find their way into the arms, however welcoming, of its Office of Strategy and Technology.The other parts of the web OS corporate infrastructure, presumably including its hardware interests, will continue as part of the Personal Systems Group, which manufactures HP's PCs, and which will presumably be spun off into its own entity under the terms of the company's new strategy."We have decided that we'll be most effective in these efforts by having the teams in web OS software engineering, worldwide developer relations and web OS software product marketing join the Office of Strategy and Technology," Todd Bradley, executive vice president of HP's Personal Systems Group, wrote in an email circulated to the web OS developer team and also leaked onto
Seven years later, lags at Dartmoor were said to be cooking up a brew called a Marmite Mule.
The prison bosses dismissed the stories as myths, but there is enough yeast in the spread to make beer.
HP originally acquired web OS as part of its takeover of Palm in 2010.
The manufacturer originally had big plans for loading the operating system onto a variety of devices, including tablets, smartphones, desktops and laptops.
Marmite was originally supplied in earthenware pots but since the Twenties it’s been sold in bulbous glass jars that mimic their shape.
Inmates at Featherstone jail, near Wolverhampton, were reported in 2002 to be using Marmite, along with fermented fruit and vegetables, to distil moonshine.
Indeed, people around the world adore it so much they have built museums dedicated to it, seen the face of God in its packaging, and even been jailed for serially stealing the stuff.
On the other hand, it has been blamed for sparking allergies and getting prisoners drunk. For a humble yeast spread, there’s a lot of things to love — or hate — about it...
In 1902, Von Liebig’s patents were bought by a consortium of businessmen in the brewery town of Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, who founded the Marmite Food Company.