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Hewlett-Packard runs out of Slates

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.

By November 15, 2010


Report: Hewlett-Packard close to picking CEO

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.

By September 17, 2010


Hewlett-Packard hires Sun executive

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.

By October 1, 2009


Hewlett-Packard to buy Ibrix

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.

By July 17, 2009


Hewlett-Packard seals EDS deal

The $13.9 billion acquisition of EDS closes. With its combined power, the bigger company will confront rival IBM.

By August 26, 2008


HP shows off TouchPad tablet doing Flash video

Hewlett-Packard demonstrates its upcoming TouchPad tablet running Flash video. The demo is impressive and gives HP a feature the iPad doesn't have.

By June 3, 2011


Best Buy to add Toshiba, HP to tablet stable

Consumer electronics retailer is rapidly adding tablets to its stores, now listing sales of two products from Toshiba and Hewlett-Packard as imminent.

By May 24, 2011


Apple's WWDC: iCloud, iOS 5, Lion, and more (roundup)

The new iCloud storage service headlines the company's Worldwide Developers Conference, which also delivers the lowdown on version 5 of iOS and the Lion version of Mac OS X.

By June 7, 2011


HP acquires managed print services company Printelligent

Hewlett-Packard today purchased Printelligent, a Salt Lake City-based provider of managed print services. The company was purchased for an undisclosed amount, but HP did announce that it had acquired all Printelligent's assets, which includes the whole of its corporate infrastructure.

By May 24, 2011


HP CEO: We might license WebOS

At D9 conference in Southern California, HP's Leo Apotheker says there are no current plans to let other firms license his company's mobile OS, but HP might consider it for phone makers like HTC.

By June 1, 2011