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Re: HP Hops Aboard Consumer-Products Gravy Train
Posted by Keith Regan on 2004-01-21 17:14:23
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Hewlett-Packard has shaken up the high-tech industry, saying it will work with Apple Computer to build its own version of the Apple iPod and will include Apple's digital jukebox software on its new PCs. The partnership provided the biggest surprise so far during a hectic week of one-upmanship at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Analysts generally saw the HP-Apple partnership as a threat to two competitors: Dell,
whose own portable MP3 player has struggled to gain traction, and Microsoft.





 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: HP Hops Aboard Consumer-Products Gravy Train  Keith Regan  2004-01-21 17:14:23
Apple Making MP3 Player, Not HP  pkradd  2004-01-21 17:16:52
Apple's iPod  hstollery  2004-01-21 17:15:00
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