QNX Neutrino was picked to power 3Com's Audrey Net appliance. And alliances with the likes of Palm and Cisco are widely rumored.
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A little over a month since it released to manufacturing the final Windows Home Server (WHS) bits, Microsoft is working on an update to the code that it will push out to its OEM and system builder partners in about two weeks. Microsoft's showcase WHS partner, Hewlett-Packard, has decided to wait for that update before shipping its MediaSmart Server, Microsoft officials confirmed on August 30.
Business users: How does a 10.1-inch slate running Windows 8 Pro with eight to ten hours of battery life sound to you?
Microsoft and HP have teamed on a four-year plan to sell private and public cloud solutions based on Office 365 and the on-premises versions of its component products.
Samsung officials are denying rumors that Samsung plans to take over HP's PC business. This comes as HP, the No. 1 vendor of Windows PCs, contemplates selling its PC business.
On November 5, Hewlett-Packard -- the biggest and best known of the Windows Home Server (WHS) OEMs -- began taking orders for its HP MediaSmart Servers. A handful of other OEMs and system builders also are shipping WHS units now.
Help is on its way for users affected by the Windows XP Service Pack (SP) 3 endless-reboot problem that has plagued some users for the past week-plus.
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HP claimed its Superdome line -- which is based on the company's PA 8600 processor line -- is the fastest, most reliable and scalable Unix server to date.
I couldn't help feeling the timing of the unveiling of a new $250 million HP-Microsoft partnership -- coming a day after Microsoft rival VMware bought messaging vendor Zimbra from Yahoo -- wasn't purely coincidental. How much is the deal really about VMware?