This fall, Hewlett-Packard will release a media hub that promises consumers a simpler digital living-room experience. CEO Carly Fiorina gave attendees of her 2005 CES keynote address a preview.
By ZDNet Staff
| January 10, 2005 -- 21:45 GMT (13:45 PST)
| Topic: Hewlett Packard Enterprise
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