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1 hr ago | Seeking Alpha
The journey towards Hewlett-Packard 's turnaround is finally showing some positive signs, especially in the enterprise group segment.
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5 hrs ago | CNet News
Dell and Hewlett-Packard, two of the world's top PC vendors, have been among the hardest hit by the decline of PC sales in recent years.
7 hrs ago | ComputerWorld
Dell will start selling systems early next year that run Red Hat's version of the OpenStack open-source cloud platform.
11 hrs ago | CNet News
'Other than Microsoft, there's no one else who charges for an operating system,' said Sridhar Solur, HP's director of Next Gen Computing and Cloud Services.
15 hrs ago | TheStreet.com
CEO Meg Whitman defended her decision to keep desktop computers as part of HP's long-term growth strategy.
19 hrs ago | DigiTimes
Compal Electronics reportedly has landed orders for Hewlett-Packard's enterprise notebooks and will start shipments in June 2014, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.
Like all the big enterprise tech vendors these days, Cisco's got plans to grab a share of the expanding cloud computing market.
When the Dow Jones Industrial Average was reformulated in September, former technology leader Hewlett-Packard was quietly replaced.
The company offers commercial notebooks and desktops, consumer notebooks, desktops, software, and services for the commercial and consumer markets.
Hewlett Packard is making the case for private and hybrid clouds in Barcelona this week at its annual HP Discover user conference.
A technician checks on a 3D printer as it constructs a model human figure. Jefferies initiated coverage on five 3D printing companies this week.
Hewlett-Packard is holding the European iteration of its Discover event in Barcelona this week and it got under way today.
Filip Technologies today announced it has raised up to $8 million in additional funding from new investors including Horizons Ventures, KEC Ventures and The Social+Capital Partnership.
This week we discuss 2degrees Mobile's ground-breaking new 'all you can eat' plans, Telecom NZ's sale of Australian business AAPT, UFB uptake on the increase, new tablets and computers from HP, and a joint initiative by 2degress/Telecom/Vodafone.
Back in March, Leap Motion released a controller for conventional computers. The controllers are able to detect up to ten fingers and allow users to use gestures to control the computers.
The EliteBook Folio 1040 GI from HP also bets on ForcePad. Developed by Synaptics, ForcePad adds a new dimension of control to HP's new line by leveraging capacitive image sensing technology that detects the pressure of five fingers.
Although desktop PCs are not really the flavor of the month in terms of "wants" from employees, they remain one of the more cost-efficient compute methods.