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Computing

AMD's latest A-Series APUs slash power draw while upping compute performance

AMD has revealed that it will officially launch its "Bristol Ridge" A-Series APUs during Computex next month. This series will include an "FX" model that supports DirectX 12 and Ultra HD video playback.
Computing

HP’s ‘Z’ workstations updated with improved specs, but cling to old tech

HP's refreshed 'Z' workstation lineup may be powerful and better than before, but it's still clinging to some increasingly out-of-date technology standards, like GDDR4 RAM and Thunderbolt 2.
Computing

HP CEO claims Window 10 isn’t driving demand for hardware

HP CEO Dion Weisler has explained a disappointing earnings report with the claim that Windows 10 has failed to meet the company's expectation that it would stimulate PC hardware sales.
Mobile

The HP Elite X3 is a Windows phone that wants to be your next PC

HP is back in the phone business -- kind of. The Elite X3, its first smartphone in years, is a powerhouse of a phone running Windows 10 Mobile. It boasts the Continuum feature that turns a phone into a full PC.
Computing

Apple gains notebook market share in 2015, but can't top HP and Lenovo

New notebook market research figures show that Apple is gaining more market share -- around 10 percent -- but HP and Lenovo remain the top two notebook makers, while device sales are down globally.
Computing

HP plans to bring FreeSync to its affordable AMD laptops later this year

AMD has received a small boon from HP, with the announcement that all notebooks it produces sporting AMD hardware, will support FreeSync displays as well, starting later this year.
Wearables

How can you tell HP’s new smartwatch is for ladies? It’s got Swarovski crystals on it

HP continues to work with the fashion world to produce partially smart watches with traditional designs. Its latest is the work of Isaac Mizrahi, and for once, is aimed at women rather than men.
Wearables

HP and Titan reveal the Juxt, an analog watch with smart features

HP has partnered with India-based watchmaker Titan to produce the Juxt, an analog watch that is combined with smart features. It combines traditional style with modern smart connectivity.
Computing

HP’s new Chromebook 11 for education can take a beating, but won’t bust budgets

HP has seen the success Chromebooks have had in schools and wants to get in on the action. The Chromebook 11 G4 Education Edition has a tough enclosure, entry-level hardware, and an extremely affordable price.
Computing

HP unleashes a new and improved Sprout Pro for the classroom

HP is revamping the Sprout AIO with an eye on education, and has even brought along a couple new traditional systems with design and performance changes purpose-built for the classroom.
Mobile

Is the leaked HP Falcon Windows phone evidence of HP’s return to making phones?

The HP Falcon is a newly leaked smartphone that may have a phablet-sized screen, a Snapdragon 820 processor, and run Microsoft's Windows 10 software. Will it really be made by HP? Here's everything we think we know about it.
Computing

HP’s new Spectre x360 13 has the display of the future, on the laptop of yesterday

The love story of OLED and laptops is one that's just beginning to be told, but the HP Spectre x360 is treating the new display tech like it might not ask for a second date.