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HP plans to sell refurbished versions of its discontinued HP TouchPad tablets starting on December 11 on eBay, alone with an optional accessory pack, at fire sale prices.
Best Buy has announced it will offer customers a chance to get one of the final HP TouchPad tablets while supplies last...but there's a rather big catch attached to the deal.
HP has sent emails to consumers confirming that it no longer has any more TouchPads to sell, despite a pledged earlier this year to make a final production batch of the tablets.
A leaked marketing plan for HP's now canceled 7 inch version of its HP TouchPad tablet has found its way to the Internet, showing lots of new features compared to the original version.
In an email sent to all HP employees, its new CEO Meg Whitman says she wants to hear from team members on how to improve the currently troubled tech and PC company.
HP has confirmed that its webOS division is "undergoing a reduction in workforce" as part of its plan to shut down production of its webOS hardware by the end of October.
The technology research firm Canalys believes that HP should think twice about dumping its webOS-based HP TouchPad, saying that the device has now become a hot item thanks to its deep price cut.
The mod team known as Team TouchDroid have apparently disbanded after its multi-touch Android mod for HP's TouchPad device was proven to have code taken from the Cyanogenmod team.
A group of modders calling themselves Team Touchdroid has successfully got a HP TouchPad tablet to enable multi-touch support with a version of Android 2.3 running inside.
A new rumor, based on leaked memos, claims that HP has split its webOS business in two with the software and hardware sides reporting to separate divisions of the company.
New rumors suggests that the final production run for HP's failed TouchPad tablet will go on sale in late October, but the final batch will only have up to 200,000 units produced.
Samsung, who a few days ago said it was not interested in buying HP's business, has now said it doesn't want to buy its webOS business either.
HP has finally confirmed that it will be making a "limited" amount of its webOS-based TouchPad tablets which will be sold before the end of the year.
HP has told people waiting to buy an HP TouchPad that it may be a few more weeks before the company knows whether or not it will have any more units to sell.
HP is giving out free codes while they last for six more paid apps for its now discontinued webOS-based HP TouchPad tablets.
HP has announced that it is giving away six apps for owners of its discontinued webOS-based TouchPad tablet until August 31.
HP has posted up a brief FAQ to its customers on its official blog site as it tries to assure them that buying a new PC from the company is still a safe prospect.
Two people who bought new HP TouchPad tablets at fire sale prices this week have claimed their devices are running Android 2.2 rather than HP's webOS.
HP is certainly taking a big financial loss on its failed HP TouchPad tablet with one estimate claiming that the company could lose as much as $300 million on just this one item.
The HP TouchPad, which was shut down by HP last week due to poor sales, is currently the number one item in electronics on Amazon.com now that HP is selling the devices at fire sale prices.
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.
While HP is dumping its webOS devices, a new interview with the head of HP's webOS division insists that the company is not abandoning the operating system it acquired in 2010 for $1.2 billion.
The 4G wireless version of HP's TouchPad tablet has now shown up for pre-order at Amazon.com with the price of $699.99.
For this weekend only, and while supplies last, you can get a HP TouchPad tablet for as low as $299 at Staples if you use a coupon
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