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CHICAGO - Have you ever worked on your laptop computer with it sitting on your lap, heating up your legs? If so, you might want to rethink that habit.
NEW YORK - The appointment of a German software executive as Hewlett-Packard Co.'s next CEO sends an unmistakable signal that the board of the world's largest technology company is prepared to gamble big on an aggressive push into the software business.
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- Oracle CEO: We're not eyeing services buys
- AMD cuts 3Q guidance, blames weak consumer sales
- FCC opens up unused TV signals for broadband
- Dell CEO flashes 7-inch Android tablet computer
- EU aims to comply with WTO ruling on tech tariffs
- Survey says: Consumer satisfaction with PCs rises
- You can Turn Dell’s new Window 7 tablet into a Laptop
- IBM buying Netezza for about $1.7 billion
- AT&T, Sprint, Verizon to carry Samsung tablet
- Dell to boost China spend to $100B over a decade
- Oracle's net swells 20 pct amid Hurd hiring hubbub
- Cisco to start paying a dividend before summer
- Recent acquisitions by major technology companies
- Hewlett-Packard buying ArcSight for $1.5 billion
- FCC to open up vacant TV airwaves for broadband
- Report: HP close to buying ArcSight for $1.5B
- Dell closing NC plant sooner than expected
- Taiwan's HTC: iPhone's 'quiet' challenger
- Summary Box: HP snatches 3Par away from Dell
- Summary Box: What's Dell to do after 3Par?
- Dell's enterprise challenge remains after 3Par
- HP vs Dell: the showdown that ended in spectacle
- Dell cedes data-storage maker 3Par to HP
- Dell cedes data storage maker 3Par to HP
- Bidding for 3Par heats up; HP tops latest Dell bid
- Samsung unveils iPad competitor Galaxy
- Dell spends $690,000 lobbying in 2Q
- Skilled Healthcare, Genzyme, Intel big movers
- HP authorizes $10B share buyback
- Intel buying German chipmaker's wireless unit
- 3Par calls HP $30 bid 'superior'; Dell mulls reply
- Summary Box: HP boosts bid for 3Par to $1.88B
- PC industry's woes could mean bargains this fall
- Intel warns 3Q results will miss expectations
- HP boosts bid for 3Par to $1.88B, topping Dell