There's no place like home for HP

Fritz, Ben
January 2004
Daily Variety;1/12/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 10, p13
Trade Publication
Reports that computer manufacturer Hewlett Packard (HP) and microchip maker, Intel, debuted their products at the home networking portion of the Consumer Electronics Show. HP announcement of its strategy to manage a networked home; Intel's plan to power a line of entertainment personal computers; Announcement made by Real Networks and IBML of a partnership to help manage content for those who want to enter the online distribution market; HP CEO Carly Fiorina's disclosure of her company's planks during her keynote address where she expressed a desire to work with the entertainment industry in allaying its piracy concerns.


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