HP's TouchPad tablet's was only released on July 1, but already HP is announcing that a "4G" flavor featuring a faster CPU is on the way.
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When I looked over the spec of HPs new Blackbird 002 PC, I was surprised how similar some of the spec was to the quad-core systems I built.
Hewlett-Packard has agreed to pay $14.5m to settle a civil lawsuit over its much-criticised investigation into a boardroom leak.
Since the week is coming to a close I thought that it would be interesting to reminisce about tech regrets. Maybe something you bought, something you didn't buy, something you upgraded or just something that you wish you had.
HP, which was one of Microsoft's premium partners for the Windows Home Server platform, has announced that it is to drop the platform and focus on webOS. This move come days after Microsoft announced it was dropping the popular Drive Extender feature from the next incarnation of the Home Server platform.
The HP TouchPad just got $100 cheaper.
After endless speculation and teasing, HP's Slate goes for sale. It's yours for $799. But what do you get for your money?
HP is in trouble, and the company can't rely on Windows 8 -- whether installed on desktop, notebook, tablets, ultrabooks, or convertibles -- to help dig itself out of the deep hole the company is in.
The Inquirer runs a story with the provocative title HP screws Presario buyers. The story, by Charlie Demerjian, charts his attempts to get HP to supply drivers for a Windows Vista-based HP/Compaq Presario. Is he just bashing Vista for the heck of it and expecting too much of HP to support XP on a system supplied with Vista or does he have a point?
HP has just unveiled four new 'All-in-one' systems - HP Spectre One, HP Envy 23, HP Envy 20 TouchSmart and the HP Pavilion 20 - in a range of prices that should suit all budgets.