Articles about Hewlett-Packard
The updated $299.99 Chromebook 14 is powered by Nvidia's Tegra K1 processor, while the refreshed Chromebook 11 uses an Intel Celeron Bay Trail CPU and starts at $279.99.
HP is now offering a soup to nuts OpenStack services package.
Latest figures from analyst IDC paint a picture of continued falling demand for high-end storage in the second quarter, which is now also affecting the mid-range.
Dimension Data Australia has appointed former Hewlett-Packard enterprise services chief technologist to the chief technology officer role.
A new HP report suggests the reclusive country's cyber warfare capabilities are rapidly making North Korea a credible threat to Western systems.
The Compute Era -- which the tech world appears to be entering as we speak, according to HP -- boils down to the transformation of traditional server silos into pools of processing resources.
Dubbed Business Intelligence Modernization Services, the new package is designed to support companies looking to revamp their own big data and business intelligence return plans as well.
The tech giant is aiming to carve its place in the software-defined storage market with tools it touts as efficient and competitively priced.
Three percent of revenue spent on research and development may not sound like a lot, but for HP it's an innovation step in the right direction.
UPDATED: HP's sales were down, but revenue climbed just a bit with nearly everything in line (and even a little bit above) Wall Street expectations.
The Helion Managed Virtual Private Cloud Lean targets organizations with lighter workloads and tighter budgets, with a starting cost of $168 per month for a small virtual server configuration.
The former Autonomy CFO, whose company was acquired by HP, said if a judge approved a settlement over the two firms' disputes, the "real reason" for the 2012 write-down would be buried.
HP could roll out its 3D printing lineup tomorrow and there's a good argument that the company is too late. Perhaps Stratasys or 3D Systems is the next HP?
Red Hat and its partners are betting that 64-bit ARM processors are ready for the data center.
The new notebook is the first major design win for AMD's new budget mobile chip.
The Hewlett Packard LaserJet IIP popularized the desktop personal laser printer. TechRepublic cracks it open to see what made the IIP tick.
ZDNet Australia recently attended Oracle OpenWorld 2010. Here are a few highlights from the opening day, which included Iron Man suits, Polka Bands and BMX bikes.
ZDNet Australia brings you the tech below deck on the epic Plastiki voyage.
HP puts a new face on its notebook lineup. The big news is an upgrade in both AMD and Intel processors and better graphics.
HP has released a few teaser details of its upcoming iPad, um, I mean Slate device. While the company is betting the farm on Adobe Flash and AIR support being enough to give it the edge over the iPad, I can already see the device's biggest weakness - Windows 7. Or more specifically, the problems of taking a cursor-based desktop OS user interface (UI) and expecting the Windows paradigms, complete with little icons, small click areas, scrollbars and so on, to work well without a mouse.
HP's new ENVY 15 targets Apple's MacBook Pro notebooks with Voodoo spirit. It's about an inch thick and weighs 5.18 lbs. It offers a magnesium case, glass buttonless trackpad, a new Core i7 processor, dual SSD drives and non-switchable discrete Radeon HD 4830 graphics with 1GB of VRAM. Its 15.6-inch LCD manages 300 nits, and it offers a Slim Fit high-capacity battery. It will start at $1,799.
HP's new ENVY 13 targets Apple's MacBook Pro notebooks with Voodoo spirit. It weighs 3.74 lbs, omits an internal disc drive, offers Radeon HD 4330 discrete graphics, a 13.1-inch WXGA display (82% color gamut; 410 nit) and an optional Slim Fit extended life battery that doubles the 7-hour battery life. The case is magnesium coated with aluminum, and the buttonless trackpad is glass. It will start at $1,699.
The HP Mini 1151NR netbook box is relatively small, as these things go.
In these photos, Linux founder Linus Torvalds shaves Hewlett-Packard Linux CTO and open-source luminary Bdale Garbee's beard to raise money for the endangered Tasmanian Devil species.
HP is showing off its revamped lineup of netbooks, notebooks, desktops, and more at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
HP unveils its own custom Linux OS to power a new lineup of netbooks based on Intel's Atom chip.
The TouchSmart tx2 Notebook PC was modeled after HP’s desktop version of the same name and can be used as a PC, display, or tablet.
Best Buy collaborated with HP and Toshiba to build notebooks based on customer input. And, based on the first reviews, they did a great job.
The 2008 Pepcom’s Holiday Spectacular! came to New York City with plenty of gadgets to gawk at. This year, representatives showed from: HP, Altec Lansing, Kingston, Pentax, Aliph, Seagate, Samsung, Canon, Sony, Nikon, Sanyo, Asus, Western Digital, Buffalo, Lenovo, RIM and more.
HP used to have the greatest Pocket PC devices, but it has been a while since they had some high quality devices. The new HP iPAQ 910 Business Messenger is the new high end device that packs all the wireless features you want in a form factor similar to a BlackBerry Curve and Motorola Q9.
Fiorina, who served as HP's chief executive from 1999 to 2005, comments on tech policy as well as current corporate mergers. Fiorina is best known for merging Compaq with HP--a key factor in her departure from the company. CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari reports.
Carly Fiorina talks to CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari about the collective attitude at Hewlett-Packard during her time as CEO, and how diversity can enhance the workplace. In HP's case, she says, change was not openly accepted, which proved to be a challenge while she led the computer giant.
CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari talks with Carly Fiorina, former Hewlett-Packard CEO and board member, about her new book, "Tough Choices." During her career, Fiorina was known as a fierce businesswoman; she opens up for the first time in her memoir, released in early October 2006.
On Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2006, California Attorney General Bill Lockyer filed criminal charges against former HP Chairman Patricia Dunn and four others. The charges say Dunn knew illegal techniques were used to track private phone records. Here, Lockyer addresses the complaint in Sacramento, Calif.
On Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2006, the California Attorney General filed criminal charges against former HP Chairwoman Patricia Dunn and four others. This follows an investigation of HP's use of "pretexting" to obtain personal phone records of reporters, company directors and two HP employees. Here, Lockyer announces the charges in Sacramento, Calif. Video provided by KPIX-TV.
Rep. Ed Whitefield (R-Ky.) asked one investigator if he was the man who got records of all phone calls made by CNET News.com reporter Dawn Kawamoto. Then the committee chairman interrupted to show his displeasure. Watch a portion of the subcommittee hearing in Washington.
Democrat Diana DeGette of Colorado said pretexting and spying on private citizens is not corporate behavior that inspires public trust. She spoke at start of a House hearing on Sept. 28, 2006, into Hewlett-Packard's investigation of its board members and of journalists, including CNET News.com reporters.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Mark Hurd announced the resignation of Patricia Dunn as chairman in his first public appearance since the controversy over the company's use of pretexting erupted more than two weeks ago. But as he offered an apology, Hurd also raised new questions about HP's investigation into boardroom leaks. Join this week's edition of the CNET News.com Reporters' Roundtable with Charlie Cooper, Jim Kerstetter and Ina Fried.
The BlackBerry for non-corporate users who require extensive multimedia capabilities, in addition to push-e-mail.
The HP Compaq Presario V4114AP is a notebook aimed at the consumer market with an eye more towards budget than blazing performance.
Can the addition of GPS on HP's latest PDA-phone inject some much-needed oomph back into the dwindling PDA market?
Can the addition of GPS on HP's latest PDA-phone inject some much-needed oomph back into the dwindelling PDA market?
HP's Media Center PC is a great entertainment PC for displaying photos, watching movies and playing games at home.
If you need a smart phone as a business tool, the h6365 is a solid choice. On the other hand, if you're seeking a stylish gadget, you'd do better to look elsewhere.
HP's latest business handheld gets a VGA-resolution screen and other enhancements.HP has a reputation for churning out serious handhelds for business, and with the iPaq hx4700, it looks like the company is at it again.
HP recently introduced a 5.1-megapixel point-and-shoot camera that finally adds a level of chic to its Photosmart range.
The HP LaserJet 3015 does the trick for students and families, but small businesses can do better with a different printer.The HP LaserJet 3015 weighs a mere 9.
The HP LaserJet 3380 is a good match for a very small-business operation that doesn't require colour printing.The HP LaserJet 3380 is the top-of-the-line model in HP's new series of four laser-based, cheap multifunction printers.
The nx9110 offers a good compromise between performance, features and price for the mobile executive.The HP Compaq Business Notebook nx9110 is aimed primarily at business travelers, but that doesn't mean you can't have fun with it.