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HP To Mark Hurd: Please Come Back, All Is Forgiven
We recently compared, analyzed and evaluated the financial performance of Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HPQ) and Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) since Mark Hurd was forced out.
Hewlett-Packard: What About The Company's R&D Tradition?
Over the long term, I expect HP to be a GDP-type growth company that can grow revenue inline with or better than our markets, expand earnings faster than revenue, and produce consistent cash flow.
Anxiety grips HP as new EMEA chief comes aboard from Nokia
HP could not find an internal candidate to lead the Technology Consulting business across EMEA, so it has raided Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) and made off with Eric Pradier.
HP gets smart on storage with workload-aware caching
HP says its Gen 8 ProLiant servers use real-time analysis to build "the future of converged storage". But what does it mean?
Pre to postmortem: the inside story of the death of Palm and webOS
That's the number of months it took Palm, Inc. to go from the darling of International CES 2009 to a mere shadow of itself, a nearly anonymous division inside the HP machine without a hardware program and without the confidence of its owners. Thirty ...
Is HP pulling a fast one on deduplication?
Is HP pulling the deduplication wool over our eyes by claiming its dedupe box can run at 100TB/hour while EMC's best rate is 31TB/hour?
HP Officejet 4620
To get at the four, separate ink cartridges on the HP Officejet 4620, the scanner section of the machine hinges up rather stiffly, making it a two-handed operation.
HP Officejet 6100
There's no LCD display, but just four ink indicator LEDs in the centre of its top panel, with another three, accompanied by push-buttons, to the right of the paper trays.
HP Deskjet 1050A
Fold down a flap inside the machine and the head carrier slides to a central position, where you can push in the twin ink cartridges, one black and the other tri-colour.
Iran mobile operator Irancell 'secures US technology'
According to an internal Irancell document from 2008, seen by Reuters, the mobile phone operator was looking for network equipment, including Cisco routers, Sun servers and products from HP. Technology companies based in the Middle East and Iran ...