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The Arab Education Summit concluded earlier this month in the Jordanian capital, after participants from around 15 Arab countries examined the latest issues in technology in education and vocational training, among other topics.
Tablets have gone rampant and we keep hearing a few good ones hitting the market.
Analysts' ratings : There were six buys, 20 holds and 10 sells, according to Bloomberg data.
Today, Leap Motion released a video showing what its 3D gesture-control system will be like on a Windows computer.
When it reports quarterly earnings on Wednesday, Hewlett-Packard will give the latest update on efforts by CEO Meg Whitman to turn the troubled technology giant around.
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A boutique system builder has bucked the industry trend of slumping PC sales by continuing to focus on selling Windows 7 machines.
HP and SAP AG today announced advancements to a joint initiative, codenamed "Project Kraken," to improve business processes and mitigate risks for customers.
Hewlett-Packard's latest quarterly results will show how badly the deteriorating personal computer market damaged the company while CEO Meg Whitman tries to expand into more profitable areas of technology.
In his corporate deal-making career with companies such as Oxford Development Group and Campeau Corp., Alan Kennedy was never satisfied with the boardroom discussion about strategy.
I own one of the original Apple iPad handheld computers. While I like the device, I realize that newer handheld computers have more features, high-resolution cameras, more memory for data storage, and numerous other advantages that my aging device does not possess.
Hewlett-Packard rolled out another Android device this week. This could become a pattern as PC makers hedge against a world that's less about Microsoft and more about Google.
HP on Monday announced new printers, personal computers, and a new scanner, all designed to help small and midsized law firms improve productivity and increase their connectivity and NetDocuments announced an apps marketplace and the new version 13.2 of its web-based document management system.