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There's nothing particularly exciting about printers - but HP hopes to pique your interest in theirs, with a new Envy-branded all-in-one featuring premium materials and a touchscreen display panel.
The latest figures show that the global PC market - including tablets - has grown 21% year-on-year. But as iPad sales fell by over 20% last quarter, HP regained its spot as the world's top PC maker.
As part of a global effort to cut costs and increase profits, HP announced today that more than 180 jobs will be cut across Australia in the next few weeks.
According to a report of Digitimes, Samsung are rumoured to be interested in buying out HP's webOS software in a move that could see them go into direct competition with Google's Android software.
HP and Oracle are fighting in court again over a dispute about the processor chip inside one of HP's servers. The BBC reports that HP has filed a lawsuit claiming that Oracle has used "strong-arm...
Whether you believe in global warming or not, I think we can all agree that reducing waste and minimizing the negative impact that we have on the environment is a good thing. Most communities in...
Last week during NeowINDEX TX09, we had the opportunity to visit the HP campus in Houston, Texas. While we were there we were invited to sit in with some of the people from the blades...