SanDisk, best known among consumers for those easily lost microSD flash storage cards the size of a thumbnail, has developed a storage platform at the other end of the scale, dubbed "InfiniFlash."
When HP announced a deal to buy Aruba Networks, the news dominated Mobile World Congress headlines. The $2.7 billion deal is the biggest CEO Meg Whitman has made since she took the helm of the firm.
It's called the Spectre x360, and it's HP's new 13.3-inch notebook that the company said is its "most premium" convertible PC, capable of switching between classic PC, tent, and tablet modes.
With an eye to expanding its reach into mobile services, HP said it will acquire Aruba Networks, which provides mobile networking equipment, software and services for IT and end users, for $3 billion.
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