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Dell rise to number 2 PC maker position, thanks to Apple

Dell have been having a good couple of months, as they rise past Acer to the number 2 position in the world, behind Hewlett Packard. Analysts have claimed that Acer have been having a tough time, thanks to Apple’s iPad success, which has damaged the network and notebook markets in …

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Hewlett Packard will ship PC’s with WebOS

Hewlett Packard will be shipping WebOS on all their PC’s starting next year. This will hurt Microsoft badly as their biggest hardware partner will be no longer exclusively tied into the Windows operating system. HP CEO Leo Apotheker has told Bloomberg News that HP ‘lost its soul’ under former chief …

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HP TouchPad looks stunning, but will it make an impact?

Hewlett Packard are due to release two new webOS driven smartphones and a new TouchPad Tablet PC. The Pre3 and Veer smartphones appear to be highly evolved devices with many customers excited about their release and their new TouchPad device is also a technological feast of wonders. The TouchPad will …

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Hewlett Packard revamp board of directors

Hewlett Packard have been undergoing some radical changes behind the scenes with over a third of their board of directors replaced under new chief executive Leo Apotheker and chairman Ray Lane. They are bringing in five new directors, including former ebay chief executive Meg Whitman. Mark Hurd, the former CEO …

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Apple forcing Dell and HP to drop prices

Dell and Hewlett Packard are dropping the pricing of their ultra portable 13 inch machines as they are getting hit hard by the adoption of Apple’s latest MacBook Air machine. Sales figures are proving very healthy for Apple so far. The Adamo is a great machine and has proven a …

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Apple purchase HP land to expand Cupertino base

Apple have just purchased a 98 acre area of land that will roughly double the size of their HQ in Cupertino. HP announced over the summer that it planned to move out of this area which it had occupied for many years as it consolidates operations at the Palo Alto …

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Hewlett Packard to release $799 Slate 500

Hewlett Packard are launching a full blown assault on the Apple iPad with the release of their Slate 500 Tablet, which is aimed at the thriviing business market. It will be set to cost $799 and is going to satisfy those people who have to omit the Blackberry Playbook due …

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HP searching for new CEO

With the recent removal of CEO Mark Hurd, Hewlett Packard are hunting for a new leader. They have named firm Spencer Stuart as the company to spearhead this search. Analysts are saying that possible candidates so far are EMC’s Pat Gelsinger, IBM’s Steve Mills, Microsoft’s Stephen Elop and Motorola’s Greg …

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HP Sales struggle to keep momentum

Hewlett Packard have been experiencing a huge drop in sales lately, according to our sources in the Far East. HP Notebook shipments in May hit 2.6 million which was down dramatically on expectations of around 3.4 million. While the economy is being blamed we can only wonder how Apple managed …

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