Hewlett-Packard is redesigning the computer from the ground up. That includes an overhaul of operating system techology, which it believes has been "stagnant" for decades. Android is a major focus.
HP has announced a $330 Chromebook, its first model to use Google's browser-based Chrome OS operating system. Here's a look at the device.
HP's third quarter results are, well, not good. The company is "still in the early stages of a multi-year turnaround," CEO Meg Whitman says.
If you're looking for a scapegoat, Mike Lynch offers an easy target, but Meg Whitman ought to take a long, hard look in the mirror.
Among the many scathing remarks that Steve Jobs is delivering from the grave, one of the most appropriate is aimed at Apple's Silicon Valley neighbor Hewlett-Packard.
HP wants the court to require Oracle to continue to produce software that supports the Intel server processor
HP's new Slate 500 is now back-ordered, which the company attributes to "extraordinary demand." One report says it planned only 5,000 units but got orders for 9,000.
Bloomberg says the candidates are narrowed to internal choices. The list is reportedly at five, and each runs one of HP's major business divisions.
Randy Seidl will lead HP's Enterprise Storage, Servers, and Networking group. In announcing the news, the company also points out Sun's tentative position.
HP signs an agreement to acquire Ibrix, which makes enterprise-scale file serving software designed to help customers manage and store large amounts of data.