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HP fires Apotheker %96 Webos Comeback?

Leo Apotheker was made the president and CEO of Hewlett-Packard on September 30, 2010. Today, just shy of a year later, he has stepped down from his post and HP’s board of directors appointed Meg Whitman as his replacement. Big

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HP abandons webOS Phones and TouchPads

To quote their press release: HP reported that it plans to announce that it will discontinue operations for webOS devices, specifically the TouchPad and webOS phones. HP will continue to explore options to optimize the value of webOS software going

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HP Touchpad Review %96 no iPad Killer

the TouchPad, a 9.7-inch tablet from HP that got official back in February and will be available July 1st (if you don’t manage to find it earlier) — $499.99 for the 16GB model, $599.99 for 32GB. That’s exactly on parity

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HP vs Microsoft %96 WebOS on every HP PC from 2012 on

He’s also making bold proclamations about every HP PC being able to run WebOS and MIcrosoft Windows as an integrated experience in 2012 — a move the company hopes will create a “massive platform” to attract those all important developers.

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Tech Insights on HPs TochPad

Chip-maker Qualcomm announced Thursday details about its new 1.2GHz dual-core APQ8060 Snapdragon processor, which powers the newly-announced HPTouchPad tablet computer. (…) Revealed at a press conference yesterday, the HP TouchPad touchscreen tablet will run on HP’s updated webOS 2.1 operating

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HP Pre3 Smartphone

HP has officially announced the third-generation Pre, the HP Pre3, the company’s new flagship webOSsmartphone. Based around a 3.58-inch WVGA 800 x 480 touchscreen and offering an enlarged slide-out QWERTY keyboard, the Pre3 runs Qualcomm’s 1.4GHz MSM8x55 chipset with either

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Article about Tochpad vs iPad

So, there is a shot, and HP has a number of advantages over Apple. It has a stronger back-end focus, possibly making for better Web services, and even though HP doesn’t have its own stores in the US (they exist

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HP merges mobile and desktop with its new webOS

In a largely unanticipated move, HP has said that it will bring its WebOS operating system — currently used to run its Pre and Pixi Plus smartphones — to desktop computers. (…) HP picked up WebOS in July 2010 when

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