Is the traditional clamshell laptop design headed the way of the dinosaur? Digitimes is reporting that both Acer and HP are working on innovative new designs for their forthcoming notebooks, specifically those based on Intel's new Haswell chip architecture.
A new rumor suggests Hewlett Packard is working on a new tablet project, which could use Google Android as its operating system and a Nvidia Tegra 4 processor, and be aimed at the higher end of the market.
HP unveiled the new Officejet Pro X series of inkjet printers, which are the fastest desktop printers available. Using a new print head technology, these printers are twice as fast as laser models.
HP follows Samsung's, Acer's, and Lenovo's lead with a new 14-inch Chromebook, making it the largest Chromebook to date.
HP will soon release its own Pavilion Chromebook, the latest alongside offerings by Samsung, Acer, and Lenovo. Chrome OS just got a big boost.
The annual CES trade show always brings a host of allegedly world-changing products, but if history is any indication, many of them will never be seen again.
Six new monitors and monitor series announced by HP at CES favor sleek design, wide viewing angles, and advanced image quality over touch capability
Though the spotlight was largely on tablets and smartphones this year, 2012 brought a number of changes to the PC world that will hugely impact computers in 2013.
Windows 8 is enabling a buffet of innovative new laptops. These are our currently our favorite in the launch library of Windows 8 devices.
HP CEO Meg Whitman has said the company won't produce a smartphone in 2013, but may do within the next five years.
HP’s Envy brand used to be the Cadillac of the computing world, before it started stamping it on everything in sight.
A new Congressional memo looks at how America's largest companies use loopholes to avoid corporate taxes. Smart moves, or ripping off taxpayers?
HP has announced three new Windows 8 laptops, the Envy m4 and two Sleekbooks, which offer Ultrabook style at a reasonable price.