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Apple, Google agree to privacy rules for mobile apps

Apple, Google, and four other companies have agreed to a new California regulation that requires mobile apps to include explicit privacy policies.

Opinion: Some amazing tech mergers that will probably never happen

Whether they’re prophecies or just pipe dreams, these potential company combinations could change the face of technology as we know it.

Jon Rubinstein leaves HP

Former Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein has left Hewlett-Packard, in the wake of HP canceling its webOS products and consigning the operating system to open source...eventually.

HP Envy Spectre ultrabook teased again as CES descends

HP releases a new teaser video for its Envy Spectre, a 14-inch ultrabook that is set to make its first public appearance this week at CES in Las Vegas.

Unsealed letter reveals allegations against former HP CEO Mark Hurd

An unsealed letter reveals former HP CEO Mark Hurd allegedly made aggressive advances on an independent contractor for years, prompting the sexual harassment suit that led to his ouster.

HP makes WebOS open source, new WebOS tablet possible for 2012

After much speculation, tech giant Hewlett-Packard has finally announced that it will be offering its WebOS platform to the open source community. But will there be any takers?

HP offering limited refurbished $99 TouchPads on 12/11

Like a cold sore, they're back again. HP is offering another round of $99 TouchPad sales. This time we'll have to be content with refurbished.

HP returns to the PC: quietly unveils new laptop lineup

HP has returned from its PC exodus with three updated laptop lines: the new HP Folio 13 business Ultrabook, the HP Envy 15 and Envy 17, and the new HP Pavilion dm4 Beats Edition.
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Green electronics: HP top, RIM bottom, says Greenpeace

The environmental organization Greenpeace has released its latest Guide to Greener Electronics report, which looks at green efforts being made by some of the world's top tech manufacturers. Hewlett-Packard received high praise in the…

Discount TouchPads back on sale – for developers only

Hewlett-Packard seems determined to keep its WebOS software platform alive - it emerged on Monday that the company was offering discount TouchPads to WebOS developers. This comes on the same day as news that HP was looking into the…

HP TouchSmart 620 adds 3D to touchscreen all-in-one

Hewlett-Packard proves it can be as trendy as any other PC maker, adding 3D display capabilities to its TouchSmart 620 dekstop all-in-one PC.

HP Personal Systems CTO Phil McKinney to retire

Days after the announcement that Hewlett Packard will continue to produce PCs, the company's chief technology officer for the PC division, Phil McKinney, has announced his retirement.