Hewlett-Packard laid out plans to deliver a tablet computer and smartphones featuring a recently acquired operating system. But the tech giant must come from behind to win over consumers and developers who have already invested in rival systems.
Digits: Apple's Tablet Rivals Gaining, Slowly
News Hub: H-P Unveils TouchPad
Activision's quarterly loss narrowed as the publisher of games such as "Call of Duty" and "World of Warcraft" recorded smaller charges. The company said it will discontinue "Guitar Hero" development.
Microsoft tapped company veteran Satya Nadella to lead its big server and tools business, highlighting the technology giant's confidence in its executive bench.
Nokia is in talks with Microsoft about using the U.S. software giant's operating system on mobile phones.
Full text: Nokia Chief Stephen Elop's memo
Digits: How Nokia Can Get Its Mojo Back
Mobile-communications entrepreneurs gathered for a dinner in New York to discuss the death of apps and other issues.
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