Hewlett-Packard, once the world’s biggest seller of personal computers, is splitting its businesses. It’s the latest shakeup in a tech industry that’s being reshaped by the mobile revolution.
Hewlett-Packard is splitting itself into two separate companies, one focused on its personal computer and printing business and another dealing with technology services.
Hewlett-Packard announced a voluntary worldwide recall of more than 6 million of its power cords because of overheating and potential “fire and burn hazard.”
Treadmills for $33? Computer monitors for $9? The deals are too good to be true — even at Wal-Mart.
Google is partnering with HP to introduce a new, cheap laptop based on its Chrome operating system. It starts selling Tuesday for $279.
Hundreds of North Texans are losing their jobs as Research In Motion, the maker of Blackberry, slims down its global workforce.
The future is still uncertain for many Plano workers who learned Thursday that they could lose their jobs when Hewlett Packard cuts nearly 30,000 jobs worldwide.
It doesn’t take a visit to the Genius Bar to figure out how Apple became the most valuable company in America.
Hewlett-Packard says CEO Mark Hurd is stepping down following a sexual-harassment probe that found other violations of company standards.