Criminal charges for embarrassing HP
The United States has filed criminal charges against Mike Lynch over the $11 billion sale of the British software company Autonomy to Hewlett-Packard seven years ago.
3.5 faster thanks to AMD
The High - Performance Computing Centre of the University of Stuttgart (HLRS) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), today announced a collaboration to build and deliver HLRS, a next-generation supercomputer.
Non-vegan friendly, fast moover as HP pulls the udder one
HP has come up with a design with which to hack off any vegan friends you might have.
Could cause confusion among customers
It appears that both Dell and HP have been caught advertising Intel's Optane SSD as "memory", or rather precisely, together with RAM, despite the fact that Optane SSDs clearly belong with storage as an addition to the HDD.
Notebook and desktop demand picked up
The maker of expensive printer ink HP reported better than expected quarterly revenue and raised its full year profit forecast thanks to strong demand for its notebooks and desktops.
Inflated company value
A US court has decided that the former chief financial officer of British software company Autonomy committed wire fraud and other crimes by inflating the outfit's value before its sale to HP.
The Chromebook x2 with 12.3-inch screen and US $599.99 price tag
HP has decided there is a market for a Chrome OS-based tablet and has announced its own US $599.99-priced "detachable" tablet running on Intel's 7th generation m3-series CPU and powering that Google OS on a 12.3-inch QHD resolution IPS screen, the Chromebook X2.
Demand could be high as HP is selling all it makes
It appears that people like the idea behind HP's Envy X2 "detachable PC" with Snapdragon 835 SoC as although it is now once again available, HP seems to be selling out as soon as it puts some online.
Demand for Windows 10 always-connected PC might be real
Although many had their doubts regarding Snapdragon powered always connected notebooks/tablets, it appears that there is quite a demand as it appears that HP's Envy X2 has sold out in a matter of hours.
Ten new carriers signed too
Qualcomm has managed to get industry heavyweights Amazon and JD.com to start selling its Windows 10 on Snapdragon 835 devices. Microsoft will carry the devices in its retail stores too. At the same time, it locked down 10 world carriers to announce the data plans for such devices.