Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is attempting to reassure jittery vendors that Redmond's recently unveiled Windows 8 Surface tablet is simply a "design point" - rather than a competing device.
Last week we reported that PC vendors - including Hewlett Packard (HP) - were up in arms over Microsoft's recent decision to enter the lucrative tablet market with its indigenously designed Surface device.
A new report claims that PC vendors - including Hewlett Packard (HP) - are up in arms over Microsoft's recent decision to enter the lucrative tablet market with its Surface device.
Best Buy has announced which of retail stores will be shutting its doors.
Although disappointing, this news really shouldn't surprise anyone.
The iPad has garnered enough sales to make Apple surpass HP as the world's number one computer vendor. That is, if you count the iPad.
HP's announced its timetable for making its WebOS open source, delivering on plans announced late last year.
Well, now we know how former HP chief executive Mark Hurd tries to chat women up - and it's not that different from a spotty teenage boy's tactics. Allegedly.
It was a virtual Black Friday over the weekend when HP made its final batch of $99 Touchpads available at the apex of the holiday shopping season.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) has announced that its webOS software and accompanying ENYO app framework will be "contributed" to the open source community - making an official resurrection of the TouchPad extremely unlikely.
HP is giving you one final chance to get your hands on a cheap tablet.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman, who says Apple is doing a "great job," has acknowledged that Cupertino will likely outpace HP and become the world's leading PC manufacturer in 2012.
Hewlett Packard (HP) has issued an official statement in response to a controversial MSNBC report alleging a potential security vulnerability with certain LaserJet printers.
Researchers at Columbia University have identified a firmware security flaw in an unknown number of Hewlett-Packard (HP) printers that could potentially be exploited by hackers.
The TouchPad didn’t fly off store shelves until Hewlett Packard (HP) slashed the price of the webOS tablet to $99.
HP has worked up quite a reputation for being the king of drama over the last several years. However, this week the company shifted the drama where it belongs: with the products.
You may recall the excitement that surrounded HP's flagship WebOS-powered Touchpad tablet when it dropped to $99 earlier this year.
With ex-CEO Leo Apotheker gone, HP's decided not to follow through on his plan of selling off its PC division.
HP's flubbed TouchPad tablet is back in the news again, and like pretty much all the other major TouchPad stories, this one has HP running in circles.
HP was just weeks away from announcing a new seven inch version of its TouchPad tablet before deciding to spin off the hardware business, sources tell TG Daily.