At the Smart Cities Innovation Summit this month in Austin, public-benefit dev firm US Ignite called out the 15 communities participating in their Smart Gigabit Cities Program — designed to build public services that could be shared with other cities in the program. The 15 communities include: Austin, TX; Cleveland, OH; Burlington, VT; Chattanooga, TN; Flint, MI; […]
Hewlett-Packard is looking to expand from its existing wearables presence in the consumer market into the commercial segment, with new R&D focused on smart corporate ID badges. Now UK news outlet The Register reports that HP is looking to dominate the commercial wearables realm, which the company sees as holding greater potential than commercial products. […]
Meet the two HPs—Hewlett-Packard and HP Inc.
It may be pulling a Microsoft-style lock-in to promote its own version of OpenStack at the expense of open-source rivals.
For IBM, the sale would provide an exit out of a low-margin, commodity business, while Lenovo would immediately become the third largest x86 server manufacturer in the world.
HP says its partnership with Leap Motion will enable “new user experiences.” More importantly, the deal offers new reasons to buy HP PCs – reasons the company desperately needs.
A new study shows the advantages of the latest Windows tablets from Dell, Lenovo and Hewlett-Packard over Apple’s tablets are too numerous for corporations to ignore.
IBM’s decision to make the open-source platform OpenStack the foundation for all its cloud services and software leaves OpenStack’s main competitors, VMware and CloudStack, fighting for second place.
Hewlett-Packard frees itself of one of its biggest mistakes ever by unloading the WebOS mobile operating system to LG.
Going Android is a bit of a Hail Mary pass for HP, and a big win for Google.
What does it mean for the future of Windows and PCs when the world’s largest PC manufacturer jumps into the Chromebook market?
HP crows about remaining the king of the PC market – which makes the computer look more even more like a dinosaur.
This week’s CES announcements that Lenovo is rolling out laptop, desktop and mobile display offerings seems to have caused lot of surprise in the technology world. It shouldn’t; peopl;e still need create stuff and figure things out.
Given its cash flow troubles, HP has little choice but to start shedding underperforming businesses. To save itself, anything could be up for sale.
The Justice Department investigation opens the next chapter in the feud between HP and Autonomy founder Mike Lynch, who the PC maker claims duped it into paying billions for the British software maker.