As if you needed more proof that tablets are the future, here is HP, one of the foremost PC vendors announcing its plans to shift resources from traditional personal computers to tablets. Little by little, PC sales continue their downward slide, while smartphones and tablets are busy taking over the technology world....

Microsoft finally started talking numbers, as the company recently let out that 60 million Windows 8 licenses were moved since launch. A substantial number, which is set to only increase as more and more devices make their way to the market. Several company heads have already chimed in on the success of Microsoft’s...

Those computer aficionados who are currently in a steamy romance with Windows 7 (or alternatively, those who simply think Windows 8 is the ugly, red-headed stepchild of the OS world) may want to avoid purchasing a new HP desktop or notebook shipped after the release of Windows 8 (October 26), as they’ll effectively be...

HP is struggling and it seems like things will only continue to get worse during the next fiscal year. At an annual presentation to investors, the CEO Meg whitman said the following: “My belief is that the single biggest challenge facing Hewlett-Packard has been changes in CEOs and executive leadership, which has...

Speaking at the Global Influencer Summit, executive vice president of HP’s Personal Systems group, Todd Bradley, affirmed that the firm will work with partners to gain a foothold in the tablet market. “Our strategy is around partnering with Microsoft and bringing Windows 8 tablets to the market place. It’s not to say...

It’s Friday and time for the Windows 8 quote(s) of the day. Today’s champion is HP CEO Meg Whitman with her quotes from her interview with CRN. From the CEO: My son once lived in the city and commuted to a start-up in Silicon Valley. He got an iPad so he could [work on the train]. Two weeks later, he gave it back to...

When it comes to the tablet market it seems to be a very crowded place with Android and iOS taking up most of that space in consumers’ hearts and minds. We’ve already seen some troubling fall-outs when it comes to tablet operating systems, such as WebOS and the QNX-based Playbook OS. It’s a crowded place and it’s...

I’ll be at CES 2012 in Vegas to get the first hand announcements about Windows 8 from Mr. Ballmer but it seems that there might be much more to cover there as well. HP may have unceremoniously killed its TouchPad tablet but it seems like they will be back with a vengeance in 2012. HP’s managing director in Europe, the...

Is HP playing with Windows 8? Microsoft launched Windows 8 preview and it was capable of running on both PC’s and tablets. Many tablet manufacturers seem to be taking a keen interest in expanding their business with Windows 8 and HP is no exception. Hewlett Packard (HP) had released its consumer-oriented touchpad...

Meg Whitman is making her presence at HP felt in a big way. HP today (Thursday) announced that it has completed its evaluation of strategic alternatives for its Personal Systems Group (PSG) and has decided the unit will remain part of the company. Part of the statement reads: “HP objectively evaluated the strategic,...