A little over a week ago, a webOS developer spotted both webOS 2.0 and a new device called "Roadrunner" in his app's logs. Today we've got logs from another dev's app, but the findings are slightly different than before. Killin' It, developer of the webOS app Cloud Hopper, spotted a device that identified itself as the "Roadrunner HD" and sported both webOS 2.0 and a screen resolution of 640x960. As with the last Roadrunner rumor we saw, keep in mind that these logs are capable of being faked. However, PreCentral points out that Cloud Hopper's isn't publicly available like Foursquare's, so these logs would be much more difficult to fake.
A webOS device running version 2.0 of the OS would by great by itself, but if it were running at a resolution of 640x960, that would be amazing. This means that the Roadrunner HD would match the iPhone 4's Retina Display and leapfrog most devices on the market. We still don't have much more information on the Roadrunner or webOS 2.0, but let's hope that they're both released around the same time as the new webOS tablet.