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hp buys palm

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by Dieter Bohn
Apr 28, 2010
As a part of Palm's just-mentioned SEC filing, there's a copy of the email Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein sent out to all employees. Looks like they are going to have an all-hands-on meeting with...
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by Derek Kessler
Apr 28, 2010
There are two huge questions we had with regards as to how Palm would be merged into HP. First: what would happen with webOS (they’re going to keep it - that's why they bought Palm). Second: what...
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by Derek Kessler
Apr 28, 2010
While HP is clearly making an enormous investment in Palm and webOS, don’t think they’re giving up on their other operating systems, most notably Windows Mobile. While their current sales of iPaq...
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by Derek Kessler
Apr 28, 2010
Our friends over at Engadget were able to get on the horn with Brian Humphries, HP VP of Strategy and Corporate Development, and Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein, and they had a pretty positive picture...
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by Dieter Bohn
Apr 28, 2010
  HP is buying Palm for $5.70 a share, or around $1.2 billion. More to come - conference call at 5pm EST - we'll be liveblogging it for sure. We have HP's Press Release after the break. The whole...
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by Dieter Bohn
Apr 28, 2010
  File under "We probably should have seen this coming." The Executive Vice President of HP's "Personal Systems Group," which includes HP's mobile devices, is Todd Bradley. Bradley was once the...
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by Dieter Bohn
Apr 28, 2010
  The time: November 19th, 2009. The place: PreCentral.net Round Table. The mood: a little dark, but we hadn't yet known that Palm would be up on the auction block. The topic: the ideal candidate...
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by Derek Kessler
Apr 28, 2010
During the conference call discussing the HP purchase of Palm, HP VP of Strategy and Corporate Development Brian Humphries dropped what we can only read as a hint at something we think webOS...
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by Dieter Bohn
Apr 28, 2010
HP is hosting a call for investors and analysts at 5pm. We'll be liveblogging it - stay tuned.