Today in CE: Google CEO focused on fixing cheeseburger emoji; Apple shows off new iMac; Pixel 2 XL issues crop up, and more.
D&H has announced that it will host a West Coast Technology Show on March 19 at the Pacific Palms Resort in City of Industry, Calif.
Hewlett-Packard is in Wall Street's dog house for mixed first quarter results and a disappointing outlook, but CEO Meg Whitman pointed out that the company is playing to win. The big question is how long it will take for HP's strategy to play out even as it splits into two units.
Late last year, HP kicked off the Windows war against Google's Chromebooks with its $200 Streambook 11, and now the company is back again to tackle Chromeboxes with its Stream Mini PC.
Palm has been dead and buried by HP since it acquired the company. While Palm is no longer in operation, the brand and familiar Palm logo still exist in the vaults of HP.
Consumers are interested in wearable these devices as they figure out how tracking and becoming walking data streams will lead to greater personal wellness and fitness— for an improved connected lifestyle and work style.