British anti-fraud agency says may be conflicted in Autonomy probe
The Serious Fraud Officer says it might be using an Autonomy product, Introspect, as a document management tool.
HP director defends chairman Lane
Proxy firm ISS had advised shareholders to oust chairman Ray Lane and two other board members over the Autonomy acquisition
Leading proxy firms seek ouster of HP chairman and directors
Proxy firm ISS calls for rejection of Chairman Ray Lane and several directors because of the Autonomy fiasco.
HP sells webOS operating system to LG Electronics
LG will use the operating software, used in now-defunct Palm smartphones years ago, for its "smart" or Internet-connected TVs.
HP announces new SaaS solutions
Technology : Cloud Computing
New application will aid application delivery and provides visibility, collaboration and agility across often siloed or geographically dispersed application development and operations teams.
HP eyes tablet comeback with Android-backed Slate 7
Technology : Networking & Communication
The new tablet is part of HP's efforts to expand in mobile devices and reduce its dependence on the shrinking personal computer market.
HP forecast beats Street, CEO says overhaul taking hold
There's still a lot of work to do to generate the kind of growth we want to see, says HP CEO Meg Whitman.
Dell goes private; what it means for the enterprise
Although Dell's initiative is strategic, it may create some uncertainties in the enterprise community at least in the initial phase.
Dell to go private in landmark $24.4 billion deal
Dell executives said the company will stick to a strategy of expanding its software and services offerings for large companies
HP to close site in Germany, cutting 850 jobs
The restructuring of its enterprise services business will not affect HP's other major sites in Germany