The pace of technological advancement today is so rapid that there is an ever-greater need for better computing solutions. HP is offering one in the shape of 'The Machine', a computing setup that rethinks even the basics and offers a truly next-generation solution.
Although HP hasn't fared very well in the low-budged tablet market, the company keeps trying. HP has now unveiled a $100 slate which packs a quad-core chip and runs Android Jelly Bean.
Chromebooks are one of the very few desktop machines that are registering good growth and turning a fine profit. Pushing this success further, Intel has now partnered with Google and many hardware vendors to unveil an extensive new line-up of Chromebooks.
HP has been considering a jump into the fray of 3D printing. The company has now hinted as much by saying that it has a major 3D-printing related announcement coming up in June this year.
Google has divulged the details of its 'Chrome OS End of Life Policy' and that's not good news for users of Chrome OS for Enterprise or Education. According to Google, it will stop supporting Chromebooks in these categories four years from their manufacturing date.
Intel has upped the ante on server processing by unveiling the new Xeon E7 v2 line-up. This latest line-up debuts with up to 15 cores, allowing the chips to crunch immense amounts of data in a wink.
When Microsoft unveiled Windows 8, it hoped that the new interface and design philosophy will woo the Windows users. That didn't happen and now, HP has again started shipping PCs with Windows 7, citing their popular demand.
HP was once included among the league of smartphone vendors but then the company's offerings failed miserably and it quit. Now, reports have it that the company is planning to launch a new smartphone of its own as soon as next week.
HP's repeated attempts to break into the tablet market haven't exactly been a success. But you've got to hand it to the company that it has not given up. It would now appear that HP has submitted two new slates to FCC and once they receive regulatory approval, HP will launch these ten inchers.
Google has decided to expand its Chromebook family with new Intel Haswell chips with HP, Toshiba, Acer and Asus. Google had a big Intel Developer Forum conference on Wednesday, where Intel spotlighted several new Chromebooks with along with new hardware from brand new OEM partners, including a few existing partners too.