According to one of its executives, HP is poised to take on Apple, Google and Microsoft in the smartphone race. Though no timetable is set for when the company wants to put out a new smartphone.
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A new report claims, via unnamed sources, that Logitech is working on both a touch mouse and a rechargeable touchpad that are made specifically for Windows 8 and its touch UI features.
In a leaked memo, HP states it will be launching a new Mobility division that will develop consumer oriented tablets in a move that could be a boost for Windows 8 and Windows RT.
A new rumor claims that HP tried for months in 2011 to sell off its webOS division and all of the assets from its Palm acquisition for $1.2 billion but found no takers at that price.
TouchPad fans can take solace knowing that webOS isn't going anywhere - in every sense of the term. HP's Apple crushing dreams might be crushed, but webOS lives on: say hello to the mobile Ubuntu.
HP's decision today to take webOS open-source certainly came as a something of a surprise - and the company's CEO dropped another bombshell in confirming that HP plans to build more webOS tablets.
A new report from the NPD Group claims that so far in 2011, only 1.2 million tablet devices not made by Apple have been sold, showing that the rest of the tablet industry is well behind the iPad.
After being discontinued back in August, the future looked bleak for HP's TouchPad. But now images have surfaced of what appears to be a new 7-inch incarnation of the ill-fated tablet.
HP still has some of its canceled TouchPad tablets available for sale, but it looks like only registered WebOS developers will get a chance to purchase these products.
HP's decision to release the Slate 2 in response the Touchpad's failure is premature and irresponsible. This is not the way you get back in the game, and definitely not at $699.
Todd Bradley, the head of HP's PC division, says a recent story claiming it would soon shut down its WebOS business is an "unfounded rumor" even as the company moves on with Windows 8 based tablets.
A new rumor claims that HP is getting close to shutting down its webOS division, which it purchased in April 2010, after deciding earlier this week to keep its PC business in-house.
A new rumor claims that HP is testing out Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8 operating system on their discontinued TouchPad hardware, which normally runs on WebOS.
A new rumor claims that HP's board of directors will meet soon in order to decide whether or not to fire its current CEO Leo Apotheker, with former eBay CEO Meg Whitman as a possible successor.
If and when HP decides to spin-off its massive PC division into its own company, it's possible that the new name for the organization could be HP PC.
Employees at HP have been given another chance to buy some of the final-ever TouchPad tablets from the company, after the $99 fire sale earlier in the year.
A shareholder in HP has sued the the company claiming that HP's management team mislead its investors on its business model and financial situation.
The team over at TouchDroid (who disbanded over the weekend) have figured out how to flash Android 2.3 on the HP TouchPad, complete with working touch-screen.
An Android port to HP's discontinued TouchPad could be closer than previously thought, after the CyanogenMod team showed off an early build running on the tablet.
Missed out on a TouchPad earlier this month? All may not be lost, with reports Best Buy and possibly HP will get fresh stock in coming days.
A post mortem report on HP's Palm acquisition suggests the company had a 7-inch TouchPad almost ready to go, alongside other projects that also got scrapped.
Users are offering up cash bounties to see fully functional Android ports to the now defunct HP TouchPad, which has been selling out worldwide.
HP still plans to release its webOS-based Pre3 smartphone in Europe and also still has plans to release printers and PCs with webOS installed.
Shortly after HP announces TouchPad demise, sales cause droves to buy devices, and members of the Cyanogen team report Android should be on the device soon.
HP is offering a credit to people who previously purchased the now discontinued TouchPad
HP is quickly clearing the decks in terms of its failed HP TouchPad. The company is now selling the 16 GB and 32 GB tablets for $99 and $149, respectively.
After announcing the shut down of its webOS business and the possible sale of its PC division, HP's stock plunged 20 percent on the stock market on Friday.
HP's possible spin off of its PC business and the shut down of webOS could be an interesting opportunity for Microsoft and its Windows operating system.
HP has not only confirmed it is considering a plan to spin off its PC business but it has also announced it will kill off its webOS phones and tablets.
Ahead of its earnings announcement, reports are coming in that HP may be spinning off its PC business as well as purchasing the software company Autonomy Corp.
Hewlett-Packard's TouchPad tablet has been discounted and has also been updated with a new version of WebOS. The tablet will update automatically within the next few hours for most owners.
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