Hewlett-Packard to sell mobile computing patents – report

Thursday 24 October 2013 | 09:22 CET | News
Hewlett-Packard (HP) is seeking buyers for some of its mobile-computing patents, Bloomberg reports, citing unnamed people with direct knowledge of the matter. According to the same source, HP has approached potential buyers about its portfolio of patents, including those related to WebOS, the smartphone and tablet-computer OS that HP bought through its 2010 acquisition of Palm.

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