Yesterday's HP Summit was billed as the big coming-out party for Hewlett-Packard's new leader, Leo Apotheker. There weren't any balloons or confetti, but he talked financial outlook, and new businesses he wants to see the company in. They're the kinds of things Wall Street types love to hear.
But while the conversation in consumer technology right now is about whether we're in the "post-PC" era, and in the age of tablets and smartphones, Apotheker spent very little time talking gadgets. A lot of his vision for HP, the world's largest seller of … Read more