All-in-one PCs are the only desktops selling these days. So it makes sense that Hewlett-Packard is taking the machines into enterprises, as companies need to save space and gain the efficiencies of these machines — which combine a monitor and a desktop computer into one panel-like chassis — as much as consumers do.
Convertibles are hot. Or at least the kind that change your computer from a laptop to a tablet. Hewlett-Packard has one of these this holiday selling season in the form of a swivel computer.
Scanners have to be small but speedy to survive in today’s world of digital imaging. HP is shipping one of those scanners.
3D printing is a hot category, and HP, the king of printers, hopes to enter the market in 2014.
HP’s boss puts a highlight on touchscreen convertibles as a hot category in PCs and tablets.
CEO Meg Whitman finally has a positive earnings report to talk about.
Starting today, you can say goodbye to massive roaming bill and loan shark data rates while traveling. Cubic Telecom is launching a new “multi IMSI” SIM card today that gives you local plans and local rates globally, allowing you to connect wherever you are without the fear of huge bills when you get home.
This might not surprise you, but one day, that first 3D printer you buy could be made by HP.
HP’s Joe Marenin shows how HP packs in a lot of computing into a small all-in-one computer.
HP also offers an upbeat assessment of its outlook.
Google is calling its new Chromebook 11 the “Chromebook for everyone,” and it may just be right.
HP is going after the ‘hearts’ of enterprise users.
“Leap Motion is already small enough to fit in essentially almost every desktop or laptop, and could even fit in most tablets and smartphones,” Leap Motion CEO Michael Buckwald said. “We’re now making it even smaller.”
HP introduces a bunch of new tablets.
Hewlett-Packard is introducing self-healing computing startup software that can repair itself after a malware attack.
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.
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.
From the original smart device to the device that changed the definition of smart?
CEO Meg Whitman was cautiously optimistic about the results.
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.
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.
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Windows 8 crashes 55 percent less and is 84 percent less frustrating than Windows 7, according to a new report.
Everything you need to know about the iconic Silicon Valley company Hewlett Packard you can learn in this chart.
HP has lost $80 billion in value in the last two years. Yahoo has lost $42 billion, and RIM $78 billion. And before a quick rebound to $86 billion in market value, Bank of America shed a staggering $136 billion in the past six years.