Hewlett Packard

Sprint: 4G tablet coming in 2011

Sprint says a tablet device with built-in 4G WiMax capability is coming in 2011...and Sprint is looking at multiple tablet operating systems.

Mobile

HP abandons Windows Home Server

Hewlett-Packard is discontinuing its MediaSmart line of home servers just as Microsoft starts trying to build excitement for its next release, codenamed Vail.

Computing

HP posts 5 pct profit gain on revenue of $33 bln

The recession might not be over, but in its fourth quarter Hewlett-Packard saw a five percent jump in profits and an eight percent jump in revenue.

Computing

Palm Pre 2 available unlocked from HP for $449.99

Can't wait to get your hands on the Palm Pre 2 with webOS 2.0? HP is now selling an unlocked GSM version of the Palm Pre 2 on its Web site for $449.99.

Mobile

VoodooPC founder Rahul Sood departing HP

Rahul Sood, the founder of boutique gaming computer maker VoodooPC, is leaving his position as HP's CTO of Global Gaming.

Computing

HP paying $16.25 mln to settle Texas fraud case

HP has agreed to pay $16.25 million to settle a case that it won government contracts via lavish gifts to Texas school officials.

Computing

HP Slate 500 Windows 7 tablet launches for $799

HP's infamous Slate 500 tablet computer with an 8.9-inch touchscreen display and Windows 7 is now available. For business and enterprise. For $799.

Computing

HP: new webOS phones coming in early 2011

Hewlett-Packard says new phones based on Palm's webOS mobile operating system will launch in 2011.

Mobile

HP names former SAP chief Léo Apotheker new CEO

Hewlett-Packard has tapped the head of SAP Léo Apotheker as its new CEO...and investors and the broader industry seem nonplussed.

Computing

HP to build Paul McCartney a private cloud

An ex-Beatle is getting into cloud computing: HP is building a private cloud for Sir Paul's vast library of art, images, video, and songs.

Computing

HP TouchSmart 310 PC offers improved touch-based software

HP's new TouchSmart 310 all-in-one PC sports a 2.8 GHz AMD Athlon II dual-core processor...and TouchSmart Apps.

Computing

HP buys security firm ArcSight for $1.5 bln

Fresh off beating out Dell for 3Par, HP is acquiring security software firm ArcSight for $1.5 billion.

Computing

HP sues Oracle for hiring former CEO Mark Hurd

The corporate fireworks are going off: Hewlett-Packard is suing Oracle for hiring its former CEO Mark Hurd as co-president.

Computing

Former HP CEO Mark Hurd now Oracle co-president

The rumors were true: former HP CEO Mark Hurd is now co-President of Oracle, replacing Charles Phillips as co-President and member of Oracle's board.

Computing

Former HP CEO Mark Hurd Going to Oracle?

Reports have disgraced former HP CEO Mark Hurd in talks about a senior position at database giant Oracle.

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