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Hewlett Packard reportedly planning to cut 5,000 jobs

Hewlett Packard reportedly planning to cut 5,000 jobs

Tech giant Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HP) is mulling a plan to slash its workforce to pare expenses and improve its profitability, people familiar with the matter revealed.

Speaking on the condition of anonymity, people familiar with the matter said that HP is working on a plan to slash its workforce by 10 per cent. As the company has nearly 50,000 workers, the potential job cuts mean that the company would likely throw nearly 5,000 people out of work.

The job cuts would most probably affect workers in the United States and abroad, field workers and managers.

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Rise in Mobile Popularity affecting Silicon Valley Pioneer HP

Rise in Mobile Popularity affecting Silicon Valley Pioneer HP

Smartphones and other electronic gadgets with advance computing capability and connectivity have changed a lot of things. With people's style of living and work, these advanced devices have shaken up Silicon Valley Valley's balance of power. Several Long-established companies like HP and eBay of the region are struggling because of rising popularity of mobile phones.

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HP recalls nearly 6 million ‘LS-15’ power cords in North America

HP recalls nearly 6 million ‘LS-15’ power cords in North America

Hewlett-Packard (HP) has issued a recall of nearly 6 million 'LS-15' power cords in North America.

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HP adds two new convertibles to its x360 portfolio

HP adds two new convertibles to its x360 portfolio

At the Computex event on Monday, HP announced the addition of two new convertibles to its x360 portfolio --- the HP Pavilion x360 13, and the HP Envy x360. Both the new convertibles will hit the markets in early July; and will boast the all-important 360-degree hinge for flexibility in positioning.

The cost of the 13.3-inch HP Pavilion x360 13 will start at $630; the entry-level model of the bigger and sleeker 15.6-inch HP Envy x360 will be priced at $680.

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HP’s Slatebook 14 laptop to be powered by Android OS

HP’s Slatebook 14 laptop to be powered by Android OS

According to the information shared in a leaked video carried by technology news website BGR, Google's popular Android mobile operating system will, for the first time, power a bona-fide laptop --- the HP Slatebook 14.

The 14-inch HP Slatebook 14 touchscreen notebook will be a low-end laptop, which will be fairly akin to Google's own Chromebook line of computers. The new HP laptop will run on the Android OS version 4.2 'Jelly Bean.'

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HP Working Hard To Promote Its Gadgets

HP Working Hard To Promote Its Gadgets

HP is leaving no opportunity to promote its TouchPad. In the pursuit of attracting more customers, HP has placed the famous English actor Russell Brand as its spokesperson for its webOS tablet. While promoting the tablet, Brand informed the users, in brief, about the major functions of the tablet with a pinch of humor.

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