Why an Ubuntu Tablet will sellview story

http://www.chaaps.com – (General)

HP: The Linux distributor?view story

http://linuxo.com – Cyber Cynic: "Hardware companies don't tend to have their own Linux distributions. But, no major OEM (original equipment manufacturer) has had a house-brand Linux... until now. Surely HP is not getting into the Linux distribution business? Are they!?" (General)

HP's Web Connected Printers May Print Out Ads on the User's Dimeview story

http://www.dailytech.com – Connecting your printer to the web could have some significant downsides... (General)

HP Compaq 510 Driver Download For Windowsview story

http://gamblis.com – I’ve just install Windows XP on my friend’s laptop Compaq 510, but he lost the CD driver. If you have the same problem, lost the CD driver of Compaq 510, here you can download the driver for your Compaq 510. (Distributions)

Avoiding Linux Installation Problems on the HP Mini 110 and Mini 210 Netbooksview story

http://linuxo.com – O'Reilly Community: "I first ran into what turns out to be a recurring problem when I installed Pardus 2009 last fall. Since then I have run into an almost identical problem in openSUSE 11.2, Slackware 13.1 and SalixOS 13.1, a Slackware derivative." (General)

HP Classmate at SUSE Linux Booth - Computex 2010view story

http://linuxfilesystem.com – www.netbooknews.com We haven’t seen this netbook before, its the SUSE Linux booth at Computex 2010. Apparently HP is entering into the education market with their the HP Classmate, its sporting SUSE Linux with N455 processor a 160GB HDD in a 10.1 inch form factor. It also has a handle and looks like it must be [...] (General)

HP buys Phoenix's HyperSpace quick-start Linuxview story

http://linuxo.com – The H Open: "Its HyperSpace system is said to stand out because it can use the virtualisation functions of various Intel processors to run simultaneously with the main operating system." (General)

HP acquires Linux fast-boot technologyview story

http://www.linuxfordevices.com – HP has agreed to purchase the HyperSpace Linux fast-boot technology from Phoenix Technologies in a deal due to be completed later this month. In addition to purchasing HyperSpace, HP will acquire Phoenix's HyperCore and Phoenix Flip instant-on and client virtualization products, with all three products netting $12 million in cash, says Phoenix Technologies.... (Embedded)

HP Claims 50 Percent Better Network Performance Than Ciscoview story

http://www.dailytech.com – Company also claims that its costs are 30 to 50 percent lower, and its products 70 percent more energy efficient (General)

HP to Scoop Up Quick-Boot OS from Phoenixview story

http://www.maximumpc.com – Why build your own Linux-based quick-boot OS when you can just snatch one up for someone else? That seems to be the philosophy with HP, which will grab the HyperSpace software from Phoenix for about $12 million, Phoenix said. (General)