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HP Kicks Off Discover with CXM, Mobile, Printer Joy #HPDiscover

With Discover just opening the shutters, HP has already announced a couple of releases that will muscle-up its cloud offering, and offer around-the-clock access to data anywhere and anytime. Given that CEO Meg Whitman sees cloud computing as one of the four key elements in the HP recovery bid, both releases are of interest.

HP, Dell Battle For Top Spot In Server Market, IBM Shipments Trail

shutterstock_88131502.jpg If you were looking for a concrete indication of how IT spending is at the moment the recent figures from Gartner on server shipments and revenues offers just that. The figures show that in the first quarter of 2013 revenues from servers dropped by 5%, while shipments fell by 0.7% globally.

HP's Whitman Stresses 'Multi-Year Journey' as Q2 Earnings Plummet 32%

HP_earnings_dive.jpgNo one expected HP’s Q2 results to be anything other than poor, but no one really expected an earnings dive of 32% with a fall-off in revenues of 10 percent. However, CEO Meg Whitman didn’t seem fazed, insisting that the figures were all part of the "multi-year journey" to recovery.

HP Denies Trying to Offload Autonomy on SAP

After months of accusation and counter accusation there is finally some move on the HP-Autonomy legal contest with a complaint being officially filed. However, the story took another twist this week as SAP claims that HP tried to off-load Autonomy on it. SAP, it seems, politely refused.

Autonomy Boss Talks Big Data, Information Management, Governance, Web CMS... And HP

The US$ 10.4 billion acquisition of UK-based Autonomy by US-based HP has been one of the most discussed events in the industry over the past 18 months. Unfortunately, the discussion has focused largely on allegations of corporate malpractices. Now that the acquisition is now a done deal, we decided to find out what exactly HP is going to do with Autonomy in the coming years and spoke to Autonomy General Manager, Robert Youngjohns.

IBM Profits Plummet, Jobs To Be Slashed, Offloading Small Server Business

If you’re not clear why IBM figures are so important for the IT industry, then the Q1 figures that have just been released should explain. Despite a good start to the year, its revenues plummeted by 5% as its hardware business took a hammering and it failed to close off a number of multi-million dollar sales.

HP Board Avoids the Axe - For Now

We knew yesterday’s annual meeting of the HP board was going to be instructive. After the botched Autonomy deal and three CEOs in as many years, observers were watching closely to see what investors would do with their first chance to express their opinions since the whole Autonomy accountancy malpractice claim and counter claim. At the end of the meeting, the board remains in place and it will be business as usual -- for a few weeks anyway.

HP Offers Mobile Printing to Samsung Galaxy S 4 Users

Enterprise technology vendor HP is teaming up with mobile device provider Samsung to offer HP print functionality within the new Samsung Galaxy S 4 smartphone.

HP Autonomy's IDOL May Be Used by Fraud Investigators to Examine HP-Autonomy Deal

Prime-time television drama doesn’t get better than this. By December last it looked like there was little more to be said about the the HP-Autonomy dispute until the court hearings. But like an IT cornucopia, it just keeps giving. Late last night it was revealed that the Serious Fraud Office that is investigating the scandal in the UK is -- wait for it -- using Autonomy software.

HP's Autonomy Upgrades Augmented Reality Aurasma App for Social Sharing, Improved Image Recognition

In all the strife around HP, the Autonomy acquisition and the fuss around trying to integrate Autonomy’s principal product IDOL into HP’s portfolio, it is often forgotten that Autonomy had other products. One of them was the augmented reality platform Aurasma, which today enters v2.0.

webOS' Death Is Greatly Exaggerated - LG Wants It to Live Again, Inside TVs

When HP dropped its TouchPad tablet and focused its consumer products on Android and Windows, the accompanying webOS platform went into limbo. Now, there are reports that LG has bought the OS -- and is readying it for use in a new generation of TV sets. 

HP Back in the Tablet Market With Android-Powered Slate 7

hp_slate7_logo.jpg 2011 was a crazy year when both HP and RIM threw their iPad-challenging tablets at the market, and then effectively in the trashcan. 2013 has seen both make comebacks, with HP's new Android Slate 7 a more humble competitor. 

Google Goes Hi-Spec With A New Chromebook Pixel Notebook

cb_pixel_thumb.jpg Google's new addition to the Chromebook range boosts it way out of the cheap-and-functional category into the Ultrabook class of sexy and desirable. But will that be enough to boost uptake of Google and partner's Chrome-powered devices?. 

Gartner: European Q4 PC Market Doubles US Decline, HP Maintains Market Lead As Dell Struggles

Last month Gartner published its findings on the PC market in the US. There we saw shipments down 5% on the same quarter last year. In Europe, which has been blamed for many of the woes of major US corporations like HP and Dell, the pain is double what it is in the US. Sales over the fourth quarter declined by 11.7%.

HP Bashes Dell Over Buyout As Spotlight Turns On Talk Of HP Break-up Rumors - Again

Yesterday, we noted in our post on the buyout of Dell by its CEO Michael Dell and Sliver Lake, a technology investment company, that it wouldn't be long before others tried to make hay out of Dell's problems. This morning we see that, in record time, one of the first companies to do so was HP. 

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