Hewlett-Packard chief executive Meg Whitman said today that consumers are printing fewer photos. That’s why the company’s Imaging and Printing division saw sales drop 10 percent in the quarter.
Hewlett-Packard chief executive Meg Whitman said in a conference call with analysts that she is “cautiously optimistic” that the company’s financial results are stabilizing.
Stung by its failures in the mobile computing business, Hewlett-Packard said it would cut 27,000 jobs today. That amounts to 8 percent of its 325,000-person work force.
Hewlett-Packard is expected to announce a big reorganization today that will combine its printing and PC divisions under a single group, according to AllThingsD.
When Hewlett-Packard engineers begin designing a new laptop, they bring in the battery experts like John Wozniak on the very first day. That’s part of what enabled HP to create a laptop with a 32-hour battery life.
It’s not a great day for HP employees. The company just announced it has laid off 275 employees from its webOS division, The Verge reported.
At a big event in Las Vegas today, Hewlett-Packard unveiled the world’s first all-in-one workstation with a 27-inch diagonal display. The new HP Z1 Workstation finally brings the convenience and attractive looks of the all-in-one consumer computers to businesses that need no-compromise performance.
Jive Software reported its first earnings as a public company today, and introduced a secret new product called “Project Thunder.”
HP is moving forward with its plans to open source webOS, after failing to sell it off last year.
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Hewlett-Packard showed off its giant VantagePoint touchscreen recently by playing a giant game of Pong on the interactive screen. The screen consists of six 47-inch monitors connected in an aluminum frame. HP’s Carlos Montalvo squared off against blogger Adrian Covert of Gizmodo for the Pong demo.
Hewlett-Packard has designed a cool laptop that even Apple aficionados might admire for its creative use of glass materials. The new Envy 14 Spectre is a beautiful new 14-inch Ultrabook with a cover that is made out of durable glass.
Hoping to grab the limelight before the giant tech circus of the Consumer Electronics Show next week, Hewlett-Packard is unveiling several new computer products today.
$1.2 billion. That’s how much HP paid for Palm last year, and it’s also how much the company was trying to sell its Palm assets for over the latter half of 2011, VentureBeat has learned.
Computer hardware manufacturer Acer will not be letting go of its tablet division, the company’s founder Stan Shih confirmed today, after rumors circulated that the company just couldn’t keep up in the mobile world.
For those who wait to shop until the week before Christmas, comparison shopping website NexTag has released its tech gift guides, with an interesting discovery: tablets are ruling the market and pushing other forms of tech down in the ranks.
HP has decided to cut back on the multi-million dollar severance packages it had previously dispensed to executives who were fired.
Hewlett-Packard chief executive Meg Whitman says tablets are still in the cards for the newly open sourced WebOS, despite lackluster sales for the mobile operating system’s original product, the Touchpad.
After shopping webOS around to major companies like Amazon and Qualcomm, HP has decided to make the platform available to the open source community, the company announced today.
Didn’t get your $99 HP Touchpad WebOS tablet the first time around? The company is holding an eBay sale for refurbished Touchpads starting on December 11th.
HP has acquired German print and cloud solutions company Hiflex for an undisclosed sum, the company announced today.
A number of Hewlett-Packard PCs are getting new cloud options through a partnership with Box today.
[vimeo 33002142 w=640 h=360] “Legacy” vendors like IBM, Dell and HP are having to walk the line between maintaining existing products and introducing new products to keep up with changing environments and anticipate customers’ new needs.