Tomorrow, PC heavyweight Hewlett-Packard announces second-quarter earnings; expect investors to watch with great interest. HP, like fellow PC maker Dell, finds itself struggling for air, as it turns out the future of technology isn't such a friendly space for old-guard tech blue chips. These companies have largely struggled to cope with the major sea changes taking place in computing today, the most noteworthy of those being the rise of smart devices (read: tablets and smartphones). However, HP, despite a veritable revolving door in its C-suite, has pledged not to go down without a fight. Tomorrow's announcement should provide greater insight about what to expect, so watch the following video to prepare for HP's Q2 earnings tomorrow.

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