Source code reviews by dodgy governments should be limited
Published in News

Micro Focus will not let “high risk” governments look under its bonnet

British tech firm Micro Focus International said it would restrict reviews of the core operating instructions in its products by “high-risk” governments.

HP ships VR backpack
Published in Wearables
10 October 2017

HP ships VR backpack

Omen priced at $2,499.99

HP began shipping its virtual reality backpack the OMEN X Desktop VR Backpack today.

China gives thumbs up to HP’s printer purchase
Published in News

With some conditions

The Chinese government has approved HP's $1.1 billion purchase of Samsung’s printer business with certain restrictions.

HP continues on Continuum
Published in News

Claims it has an assurance from Redmond

While Windows roadmaps show a rather big hole where mobile should be, HP insists that it has been assured by Redmond there are no plans to drop Continuum.

HP aims at professionals with its Z VR Backpack G1 Workstation
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VR backpack workstation with Nvidia Quadro

HP has decided to overhaul its Omen X compact desktop and offer it to the professional market by creating the Z VR Backpack G1 Workstation system, an Nvidia Quadro-based system that will bring cableless VR system to professionals.

HP patents reminder messages
Published in News

More HP sauce 

The maker of over-priced printer ink, HP, has just decided that it invented reminder messages and has scored itself a patent from the daft US Patent Office.

Hardware makers rush to ARM Windows 10
Published in News

HP, Asus and Lenovo join the arms race 

HP, Asus and Lenovo will be the first hardware makers to churn out ARM-based Windows 10 PCs.

HP develops IonTouch rewritable system for plastic cards
Published in News

A zero-energy hybrid between digital displays and e-ink

HP Labs announced a new hybrid printing technology that is set to change the way that employee IDs, visitor passes, gate passes and other temporary passes are distributed to the general public.

Notebook sales only dropped 1.2 percent in the last quarter
Published in News

Not as bad as expected

Beancounters at Digitimes Research have added up some numbers and divided by their shoesize and reacted the conclusion that worldwide notebook shipments (not including 2-in-1 devices) dropped only 1.2 percent.

HP will be the king of the notebooks this year
Published in Notebooks

Replacing Lenovo

The maker of expensive printer ink, HP, is expected to replace Lenovo as the top notebook vendor worldwide in 2017.