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by Dieter Bohn
Jul 22, 2010
HP CEO Mark Hurd has had a few slips of the tongue before ("We didn't buy Palm to get into the smartphone business,""Smartphones are just another connected device to us."), so in the grand scheme...
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by Robert Werlinger
Jul 21, 2010
  After being off the press radar since before the acquisition by HP, former CEO turned GM of Palm Jon Rubinstein is set to appear for the first time in a talk with HP's Todd Bradly.   The session...
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by Robert Werlinger
Jul 21, 2010
We’re here at OSCON2010 where HP’s Phil Robb and Palm’s Josh Marinacci just gave a talk on HP’s commitment to open source and how they play a major part in that space. Phil Robb discussed at...
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by Robert Werlinger
Jul 20, 2010
  The venerable Slate has finally made an official appearance on HP's website (albeit on a somewhat hidden portion), the first sign we've seen of it since company began to strangely go quiet about...
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by Robert Werlinger
Jul 19, 2010
  A good number of companies have been busy getting their shots in at Apple over the antenna fiasco such as RIM, Samsung, HTC, and Nokia, and many folks from the SPE Network. Now Palm is following...
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by Robert Werlinger
Jul 19, 2010
Palm may be experiencing an exodus of a large number of the folks from what used to be its executive staff, but that hasn't stopped the recently acquired company from seeking out top talent to...
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by Robert Werlinger
Jul 18, 2010
Apple has been sending all kinds of love Palm's way these days, from its recently revealed intention to purchase (and even fund) the the venerable handset maker to CEO Steve Job's admission that...
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by Robert Werlinger
Jul 17, 2010
A ChangeWave survey of 4,028 people on June 28th gives warning that Palm's position in the smartphone market could be precarious.  Of those questioned, an alarming 0% were planning on picking up...
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by Dieter Bohn
Jul 15, 2010
  HP won the bidding war, but Business Insider is filling out the details of from that intriguing SEC filing that suggested plenty of players were interested in purchasing the company. The named...
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by Robert Werlinger
Jul 15, 2010
Long-time open source innovators Palm and HP are going to be at the Open Source Convention in sunny Portland Oregon next week, where many of the key players in the Open Source space - including...