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Update: Q&A with HP's Leo Apotheker

3/14/2011 11:00 PM EDT
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Luis Sanchez
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Luis Sanchez   3/15/2011 8:59:34 PM
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WebOS with every PC! They don't want to compete with MSFT? Well not directly ... not just yet, but it appears they have noticed the on-going battle of the OS's and since they have their own they think they can raise their hand and take a turn. Though, I wonder whic will be the differentiator on their OS? With time, all OS's will become alike, offering the same functionality to the users. A commodity. I think their biggest opportunity is in cloud computing. they are strong, big and can standardize a lot. Provide a complete solution. Let's see how it all rolls.

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goafrit   3/15/2011 6:28:59 PM
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Interesting. I have always respected HP especially now they are competing with Apple via Palm technologies.

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