Although disappointing, this news really shouldn't surprise anyone.
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.
HP is giving you one final chance to get your hands on a cheap tablet.
The TouchPad didn’t fly off store shelves until Hewlett Packard (HP) slashed the price of the webOS tablet to $99.
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.
You may recall the excitement that surrounded HP's flagship WebOS-powered Touchpad tablet when it dropped to $99 earlier this year.
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.
Taiwanese manufacturer Quanta Computer is being forced to lay off around 1,000 workers as RIM scales back on production of its flailing PlayBook tablet.
Hewlett Packard has confirmed that it will be manufacturing and shipping a "limited quantity" of webOS-powered TouchPads up until October 31st, 2011.
With the TouchPad selling out and folks focused this week on the likely arrival of the iPhone on Sprint, I figured it would be fun to write about some of the tablet backstories that aren’t being talked about.
An unlikely company is catching a lot of backlash as a result of the massive fire sale of HP's flagship Touchpad tablet.
As part of a last-ditch effort to move stacks of inventory, HP's flagship tablet is now available for $99, but it's probably too little too late.
Best Buy is tired of carrying around a bunch of unwanted HP tablets.
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.
Just a matter of weeks after being introduced to the market, the HP Touchpad tablet is already $50 cheaper.
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.
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.