Less that two weeks after it began offering a $50 "rebate" on its flagship webOS Touchpad tablet, HP has now permanently slashed the price even further.
After a rather eventful year that's seen many massive cyberattacks, a new survey of cybercrime costs has concluded that businesses and governments are shelling out 56 percent more to clean up than a year ago.
Just a matter of weeks after being introduced to the market, the HP Touchpad tablet is already $50 cheaper.
HP's allegations that a former employee stole trade secrets are a pack of lies, according to the man's lawyer, who is asking for the case to be thrown out.
The computer industry started out with one massive generalist: IBM. However, after facing anti-trust pressures, Big Blue was forced to open up the market.
Jon Rubenstein, the former CEO of Palm who joined HP in last year's acquisition, has been reassigned.
The same day HP released its flagship tablet to retailers, it sent a memo to employees acknowledging the product needs work.
HP is already planning a new version of its flagship mobile tablet.
In an effort to spread the availability of its mobile operating system, HP is in talks to license the OS to other companies.
HP hasn't even released is first entry into the tablet market and it's already sparking new rumors.
HP will be making a monthly magazine for customers who buy its upcoming Touchpad tablet.
The very first tablet powered by what will be a brand new version of webOS is just a few weeks away.
WebOS, the mobile operating system originally owned by Palm and now HP, could become an open platform.
Oopsidaisy: HP has realized that it's been using dodgy batteries in a whole load more notebook PCs, and has issued another recall.
Hewlett Packard (HP) has selected USB 3.0 as the standard transfer protocol for its next-gen lineup of desktop PCs.
Researchers at Hewlett Packard and UC Santa Barbara say they've made a breakthrough in the development of a device that could revolutionize computing by mimicking the brain.
A new survey concludes that developer momentum is shifting away from Android and back towards Apple.
What do you do to take down a bully? You join forces with your friends, of course! And that’s exactly what the HP-Dell tag team did they bashed Apple's popular iPad.
It appears Microsoft is pulling the plug on Zune hardware. I actually had a lot of hope for the media player when it was first announced in 2006.
Beginning in 2012, if you buy an HP computer, it'll still have the de facto Windows operating system, but in case you're curious, it will also be able to boot up with HP's recently acquired webOS platform.