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Selling webOS

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by Derek Kessler
Nov 21, 2011
HP’s fourth quarter 2011 and full year 2011 results were released today, and the news from HP wasn't all that surprising. In the last quarter HP brought in $32.3 billion of revenue, netting...
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by Derek Kessler
Nov 08, 2011
Tonight’s all-hands meeting proved one thing: HP CEO Meg Whitman was not kidding when she said she was going to consider all options and take a “holistic” approach to deciding what to do with...
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by Derek Kessler
Nov 08, 2011
Well that was unexpected, and a major letdown. According to reports coming in to The Verge, HP's still not sure what they've going to do with webOS. Said CEO Meg Whtiman at tonight's apparently...
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by Derek Kessler
Nov 08, 2011
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by Derek Kessler
Nov 07, 2011
Ever since HP decided that they were done making webOS hardware, we’ve been pushing, prodding, and outright calling for them to sell webOS somebody, anybody, who was willing to do something with...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 31, 2011
HP hinted in their last press call (the one where they discussed why they were not spinning off the Personal Systems Group) that they were going to explore all of their options with webOS and were...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 28, 2011
HP Personal Systems Group Executive Vice President Todd Bradley went on Bloomberg today to discuss HP’s decision to not spin off his division (of which we would have likely become CEO as an...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 28, 2011
Rumors and speculation are a funny thing. It’s very easy to spin an alarming headline out of a speculative quote by somebody who may or may not know anything. Take today’s story out of The...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 27, 2011
Today’s conference call about HP’s decision to not perform a self-lobotomy revealed that the HP leadership had come to realize something the rest of us realized when the decision to split off the...
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by Derek Kessler
Oct 27, 2011
Don’t put too many eggs in this basket, but it’s worth noting anyway. Today Sony Ericsson is no more, with Sony buying out Ericsson’s half of the partnership for €1.05 billion (US$1.48 billion)....