Hewlett Packard

HP’s seven new all-in-one PCs target consumers, business

HP's seven new all-in-one PCs aim at both businesses and media-hungry consumers, marking the company's "largest investment" in the form factor.

WiLAN sues Apple, Dell, HP, HTC, and others over wireless tech

Patent holding company WiLAN has filed suit against Apple, HTC, Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Sierra Wireless and more over wireless communications technologies.
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Samsung rules out buying webOS

Speaking at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin, Samsung CEO Choi Gee Sung said his company would "never" pursue a deal to acquire webOS from Hewlett-Packard. "It's not right that acquiring an operating system is becoming a…

Judge radically scales back Oracle court victory over SAP

Remember Oracle's mammoth $1.3 billion win over SAP over software theft? A judge has scaled back the "grossly excessive" reward to $272 million.

Yes, it’s discontinued, but HP may offer more TouchPads for sale

HP's $99 TouchPad tablet was such a hit that, even though it's discontinued, it flew off retailer shelves. And HP might - just might - offer more of them.

HP offers TouchPad owners six free apps – but hurry

In an offer which expires at the end of the month, Hewlett-Packard is giving away six free apps worth over $30 to owners of its discontinued TouchPad tablet.

Five ways to use your new $99 HP TouchPad

Unable to resist the lure of a HP TouchPad for $99, but still not sure just how you’re going to use it? Check out some of these off-beat ideas.

HP webOS tablet prices slashed at Best Buy and elsewhere, availability is scarce

Store supplies disappear as Best Buy and other retailers slash the price on HP TouchPad tablets following Hewlett-Packard's announcement last week that it is discontinuing support for its webOS platform.

HP TouchPad slashed to $99

Electronics retailers in Canada are selling off Hewlett-Packard's TouchPad at a massively reduced price - $99 for the 16GB model and $149 for the 32GB version. Websites of US retailers are currently showing the old price but can be expected…

Come join us, Microsoft says to WebOS developers

The future of WebOS, the operating system developed by Palm and bought by Hewlett-Packard, looks highly uncertain following HP's decision this week to leave the PC business and end tablet and smartphone production. Realizing there'll be a…

HP wants to sell its PC business, kill webOS: So what happens now?

When the number one manufacturer of computers decides to pack up its bags and go home, the industry is in for a major shakeup. Here's what the sale of HP's consumer division and the death of webOS will mean moving forward.

DisplaySearch: Apple is the top mobile PC vendor

Market analysis firm DisplaySearch has decided to count tablets as mobile PCs...and that means Apple is far and away the market leader.