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Tag Archives: HP
Well… another interesting turn in the life of webOS. It looks like HP is going to take it open source.
HP Spent more money to wind down webOS than to purchase it, according to John Paczkowski’s math regarding the HP earnings for Q4. Ouch.
Well it seems that HP has realized that killing of its PC division may not have been the best idea. Today they announced plans to keep the PC division alive.
Yesterday we posted about the likelihood that Meg Whitman would be taking over as CEO of HP. It is now official, Whitman will be taking over as President and CEO of HP.
Just like that, Apotheker already is on the outs. Talks now point to Meg Whitman as the new CEO, who was formerly the CEO from eBay. Bring in an eCommerce girl and take out the enterprise guy? Sounds like they … Continue reading
The Board is said to not meet until December to decide the fate of the HP PC, which means they completely will miss innovation during the critical computer buying time — Christmas. HP cannot recover from being completely off the … Continue reading
HP seems to have created quite the mess for itself. No one really has any idea what is going to happen to WebOS or the PC business at this point. I’m really not sure if the CEO even gets it … Continue reading
John Gruber: Honestly, we all should have seen this coming. You don’t bring in an enterprise consulting guy to turn around a PC and device maker. You bring in an enterprise consulting guy to turn a PC and device maker … Continue reading
The great Horace Deidu, on how HP and other computing giants missed the wave of mobile growth a decade ago: But that’s the nature of unforeseeable growth: you cannot foresee what will happen and plans never work out. Data and … Continue reading
They are making a sequel to WHAT? Chris and Tarun talk about HPs flailing around in big boy territory; Google’s questionable pickup of Motorola; delays in iPad shipments, MacBooks with cellular power; a 13 year old’s privacy issues; a reinventing … Continue reading
The plot thickens: Earlier today, HP said they want to split their software and hardware business, and now they want nothing to do with WebOS hardware. This is on the heels of another quote from HP, stating that they want … Continue reading
Looks like HP may try to split the company into two different businesses, hardware and software. As Engadget reports, HP is the biggest PC manufacturer, but often times the hardware has low profit margins, it is all about the software … Continue reading
Prepare for a massive fire sale, if this keeps up: According to one source who’s seen internal HP reports, Best Buy has taken delivery of 270,000 TouchPads and has so far managed to sell only 25,000, or less than 10 … Continue reading
The only company that makes an OS that isn’t trying to port it “everywhere” is Apple.
With all of the discussion about music in the cloud lately it seems that HP wants to get in on the party..kind of. HP has released HP Play, a music management service that will allow you to sync music you … Continue reading
WebOS maker HP has is reportedly set to start licensing its mobile operating systems to other manufactures. Both Microsoft and Google already sell their respective operating systems to multiple manufacturers. This could be a great move for the company for … Continue reading