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WebOS opens up at last [video]

WebOS, the dearly departed mobile operating system developed by Palm and purchased by HP (HPQ), is open source at last. HP on Friday took the wraps off of Open webOS 1.0, which has “an OpenEmbedded build that >>

HP increases the number of coming job cuts to 29,000

Earlier this year, Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) announced that it would cut 27,000 jobs, or 8% of its workforce, in an attempt to restructure the company and cut costs. According to an SEC filing on >>

HP declines to join the Microsoft Surface hate parade

At least one Microsoft (MSFT) OEM partner seems to realize that there’s no point in bellyaching over Microsoft’s decision to build its own tablet. CRN reports that John Solomon, the senior vice president of sales >>

HP ditches Windows RT tablet plans, Microsoft Surface to blame

Hewlett-Packard originally planned to release a Windows RT-powered tablet later this year. Due to Microsoft’s recent Surface announcement and the high cost of licenses, however, the PC maker has scrapped its RT tablet plans. >>

HP's webOS team may join Google

HP’s open source webOS team, known as Enyo, will reportedly be leaving the company and joining Google, according to The Verge. The computer giant in December announced its failed webOS mobile operating system >>