HP found that users wanted to have their touch displays in more accessible and comfortable positions.
Santa Clara University is one of the many educational institutions who have developed programs aimed at social entrepreneurs, and last Thursday, 13 social enterprises gave speed pitches to a room of impact investors as part of the Global Social Benefit Incubator (GSBI) Accelerator Showcase.
Whitman says the business is stabilizing overall, with some strong spots and some weak spots.
HP’s earnings are a bellwether for the tech economy. The company slightly missed FYQ3 estimates.
Tegile Systems, a Silicon Valley company that makes hybrid storage for virtualized server and desktop environments, said it has raised $35 million in a third round of funding.
Display technology is making possible new kinds of devices from wearables to giant displays.
After months of developer releases, preorders, video teases, and OEM deals, Leap Motion’s 3-D motion control is finally available for purchase.
An Apple delegation reportedly visited PrimeSense’s Tel Aviv headquarters recently, as top engineers checked out the company’s facilities and technology. Apple already has three research and development centers in Israel.
Ray Ozzie is revered as one of the computing pioneers of the 1980s and 1990s. But what has he done recently?
Targeting the back-to-school shopping rush, Google announced today that its Chromebook computers will soon come to even more major retail stores.
Former Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein says that selling Palm to HP was a mistake.
With touch and faster processors, HP hopes to revive sagging commercial PC sales.
Lenovo continues to buckle industry trends by increasing its PC sales.
The tabletop computer is a growing category.
New devices include a 20-inch all-in-one computer that you can use as a giant tabletop tablet.
Whitman takes a swing at Dell for “completely cratering” its earnings.
HP hasn’t been participating in the explosive growth of mobile devices.
Both CEO David Flynn and chief marketing officer Rick White are leaving Fusion-io to become startup investors.
Apple’s in the top 10 for the first time ever, Facebook hits the list, and Dell sells more than Google as Fortune Magazine released its Fortune 500 companies today, ranking the top 500 companies by global income.
These models are 36 percent thinner and 18 percent lighter than previous notebooks.
Leap Motion announced a major new partnership with HP today to embed its hardware and software right into new HP laptops and desktops. And mobile devices like smartphones, tablets — and glasses — are coming up next, the company told me.
PC shipments fell off the proverbial cliff in the first quarter of 2013, according to IDC, with their biggest drop ever in recorded history.
HP’s Moonshot server, available today, is an extremely compact, low-power server meant for datacenters that need to scale quickly. It’s also quite expensive.
Hewlett-Packard chairman Ray Lane will soon leave his post after shareholders reportedly lost confidence in him.
After being Amazon.com’s best-selling laptop for 149 days straight, Google is taking its Chromebook show on the road, both internationally and at home.
The British Serious Fraud Office (SFO), which is said to be investigating Autonomy on charges of fraud, is also an Autonomy customer.
With its webOS’s move to LG, its story has reached its latest, and perhaps strangest, chapter yet.
After spending a year recovering from its TouchPad fiasco, HP is making a return to tablets with the Slate 7.
CEO Meg Whitman was cautiously optimistic about the results.
After failing with Palm’s intriguing WebOS platform, HP is now looking to Android for a future tablet and smartphone. But at this point, will it really matter?
I have to hand it to Mike Lynch: one way to overshadow an investigation into his former company’s books is to announce a $1 billion venture fund on the same day.
Today, Autonomy is being investigated for misrepresenting its sales and accounting prior to the acquisition by Britain’s accounting watchdog, the Financial Reporting Council.
In the wake of ongoing Apple PR problems over labor abuses in China, HP is stepping up its own game.
Innovation is dead at Dell — or at least according to HP, which says that Dell’s proposed buyout is going to spell bad news for Dell’s customers.
HP is officially getting into the Chromebook fray with the HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook. Unfortunately, it doesn’t do much to justify the existence of Google’s browser-focused OS.
Another 1,100 jobs are at stake.
The most trusted companies in America include HP, Amazon, IBM, eBay, and Microsoft. But Apple and Google, the two companies at the forefront of the mobile revolution, didn’t make the cut.
Both grew spectacularly, with Samsung up 28.9 percent, and Apple up 13.6 percent, while HP and Dell dropped 12.7 and 13.4 percent, respectively.
AMD unveiled several new system-on-a-chip processors aimed at mobile devices, plus a pair of new graphics chips.
In every year, there are winners and losers: companies, devices, operating systems. Here’s our look at some of the biggest successes and failures of 2012.