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HP to offer webOS as open-source software

(AP) -- It may be one of the technology world's most expensive efforts to give something away: Hewlett-Packard Co. said Friday that it's making its webOS mobile system available as open-source software that anyone can use ...

dateDec 09, 2011 in Software
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Tablet computers are the hot ticket at CES

SAN FRANCISCO - While this year's Consumer Electronics Show will highlight predictable advancements in flat-screen TVs, car stereos and digital cameras, much of the oxygen at the annual event will likely be sucked up ...

dateJan 06, 2011 in Consumer & Gadgets
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Palm head says turnaround hurt by swifter peers

(AP) -- The head of smart-phone maker Palm said the company's attempt at a turnaround - which ended earlier this year when it was bought by Hewlett Packard for $1.8 billion in cash - was thwarted by competitors that simply ...

dateDec 08, 2010 in Business
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Will H-P keep Palm in smart phone market?

After unveiling its $1.2 billion plan to buy smart phone maker Palm Inc., Hewlett-Packard has sent somewhat confusing signals about its intentions to remain in the fast-growing but highly-competitive business.

dateJun 10, 2010 in Business
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Palm's phone sales slump and its stock dives

(AP) -- Palm Inc. reported sales figures Thursday that showed it's having a difficult time getting consumers to pay attention to its phones in a market dominated by iPhones and BlackBerrys. The company's ...

dateMar 18, 2010 in Business
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Palm Inc. teeters in crowded smart phone market

(AP) -- Last year, Palm thought it had all the pieces for a turnaround in the market it pioneered: A new CEO known for making the iPod a household name, a sleek new smart phone called the Pre and fresh, intuitive ...

dateMar 10, 2010 in Business
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Dramatized ads weave plot lines around product

(AP) -- In television's latest quest to discourage viewers from skipping ads, actors from NBC and ABC shows are appearing in character in commercials to interact with products in parallel story lines.

dateSep 30, 2009 in Other
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