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Both companies have been office equipment mainstays.
And no, scientists won't be able to use them to peruse Facebook.
Why does a little-known British company think its worth that much?
Hewlett-Packard Enterprise is selling off its services arm.
The future of computing means blending physical and digital realities, he says.
HP's new laptop is trying to be more stylish than the MacBook. We take a look back at the ugly, and clunky, beginnings of laptops at both companies.
The $24.4 billion Dell buyout prompts reports of other tech investment deals, including a possible break-up of Hewlett-Packard. In November, HP CEO Meg Whitman said she'd "be very surprised" if HP wasn't an independent company in five years.