Steve Jobs was very upfront about the fact that good artists copy, and great artists steal. According to former Palm CEO — and Apple SVP — Jon Rubinstein, the company Steve started is still a great artist.
Former Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein says that selling Palm to HP was a mistake.
Apple’s troubled Newton was close to being the first smartphone.
Editor’s Pick Jeff Hawkins reveals his latest invention, a “big data” product called Grok, which stems from years of neuroscience research.
I’ve been to DEMO as a member of the press, a presenting entrepreneur, and as part of the production team. It’s been a long, amazing ride.
webOS daddy Palm is being reborn as Gram, but don’t expect a tablet from the new company.
HP is moving forward with its plans to open source webOS, after failing to sell it off last year.
$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.
New HP CEO Meg Whitman has a tough decision about what to do with webOS, so she’s given herself a little more breathing room by saying the final call will come in two weeks.
For some strange reason, HP is still really hot on the idea of mating webOS with its printers — to the point where it has become a crucial part of its negotiations to sell off its Palm assets.
The head of HP’s PC division Todd Bradley called a report yesterday that HP has decided to shut down its WebOS devision an “unfounded rumor.”
[Update: HP has since said this is an "unfounded rumor."]
Amazon is under fire for its new Kindle Fire tablet, the new target of a patent lawsuit by Smartphone Technologies of Acacia Research Corporation, a patent aggregating and licensing
The inevitable layoffs for workers in HP’s webOS division began this week, with the company planning to let as many as 525 workers go, reports All Things Digital.
If recent news about HP’s bumbling of webOS is giving you a headache, you may want to stop reading right now.
One reason HP may have shuttered its webOS-based devices unit Thursday may be that its hardware was only half as fast as its major competitor.
Hewlett-Packard is having quite a day.
Hewlett-Packard is getting into the magazine business!