It looks like whatever its new CEO Meg Whitman is doing at HP to turn the outfit around is starting to work.
The maker of very expensive printer ink, HP, is facing a $1 billion lawsuit from shareholders over its Autonomy acquisition.
HP has announced the latest in Project Moonshine, which CEO Meg Whitman said in a web conference should be a shift in the way servers handle data. It may also be a shift away from X86.
Frankly, it has frustrated me for years to watch Apple’s success - while traditional bumbling PC companies continue to ignore the obvious point that yes, design and presentation actually do matter.
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.
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) is reportedly being advised by Bank of America Merrill Lynch as the corporation decides whether to retain or sell its webOS software platform.
With ex-CEO Leo Apotheker gone, HP's decided not to follow through on his plan of selling off its PC division.