Leap Motion
Hardware startup Leap Motion, which managed to sell an impressive number of pre-orders for its standalone Leap Motion Controller gesture control computer accessory, on Thursday announced that the first fruits of its OEM partnership with PC-maker HP will hit shelves this Fall. The HP ENVY17 Leap Motion SE is the first shipping computer to build Continue Reading →
HP Slate 21
You’ve got an Android phone, an Android tablet, and maybe even an Android laptop, but be honest with yourself: your affection for Google’s mobile operating system knows no bounds, and you won’t rest until it’s powering literally every computer you own. If this description fits you, HP’s newly announced Slate 21 is for you. It’s Continue Reading →
According to sources close to the situation, well-known tech exec Jon Rubinstein will be joining the board of Qualcomm, the San Diego-based chipmaker that has gotten a big boost of late for its role in the explosion of mobile devices.  Rubinstein is an interesting and logical choice for Qualcomm, having been a high-profile player for Continue Reading →
WebOS gets another shot at life thanks to LG Electronics. LG is acquiring WebOS from Hewlett-Packard, with the intention to use the operating system not for its mobile phones, but in its smart televisions. With the deal, LG obtains the source code for WebOS, related documentation, engineering talent, and related WebOS Web sites. LG also Continue Reading →
Sterne Agee analyst Shaw Wu on Friday downgraded his recommendation of Hewlett-Packard to neutral, noting that the company is worthless and its stock should be valued at negative $2, Business Insider reported. The analyst called the company’s balance sheet “a mess” and said its was “fortunate the stock’s not zero.” Outside of HP’s problematic balance Continue Reading →
Meg Whitman
Yesterday, as President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney were preparing to debate how to fix the country’s economic mess, Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman was delivering a stunning confessional speech at HP’s analyst briefing day, describing how bad things were at HP and making promises to fix them. She projected that the company would continue Continue Reading →
HP Smartphone
Hot off news that Hewlett-Packard will take another stab at building a smartphone, SlashGear has learned that the company is already testing a device code-named “Bender” running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Alleged benchmark tests reveal that the Bender has a Qualcomm S4 dual-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz and a display with a 1366 x Continue Reading →

HP introduces new Apple iMac

HP Spectre One
Hewlett Packard has a long and rich history of innovation in Silicon Valley. As one of the first major computer companies to set down roots there, it has ties with nearly every maker to come after it, even Apple. Founder Steve Jobs famously contacted Bill Hewlett directly to see if he could score some spare Continue Reading →
Hewlett-Packard on Thursday announced an Envy X2 tablet-laptop hybrid device with the Windows 8 OS, signaling the company’s re-entry into the consumer tablet market, which it abandoned after the highly publicized failure of its TouchPad product. At first glance, the HP Envy X2 resembles a netbook, with a keyboard base and an 11.6-inch touch display. Continue Reading →