CNET goes over the hits and misses that helped define our year in smartphones.
One of the companies, the new HP Inc., will stick with PCs and printers and will invest in "growth markets such as 3D printing and new computing experiences."
Hewlett-Packard plans to separate into two businesses, one focused on PCs and printers, the other on corporate products and services, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The company settles a class-action lawsuit that accused its leadership of rash decision-making that left shareholders out in the cold.
With WebOS debuting on LG's televisions, CNET takes a look back at the tortured history of the once promising mobile platform.
The mystery has been solved. Hewlett-Packard's short-lived CEO Leo Apotheker was responsible for ending the young the life of Palm WebOS, according to the company's former CTO.
Three years after the $1.2 billion acquisition, Rubinstein says it's unlikely he would have supported the deal if he'd had any idea that Hewlett-Packard would abandon WebOS.
Can Hewlett-Packard--an old school tech company right up there with IBM--score some coolness points to drive its popularity among consumers? New CEO Leo Apotheker thinks it can with WebOS.
Former HP CEO Leo Apotheker says Meg Whitman and her executive team will succeed in accomplishing the company's goals.
Although HP's conference call to introduce Meg Whitman as CEO revolved around her capabilities, a lot of Ray Lane's time was throwing Leo Apotheker under the bus.