Trump demanded U.S. companies ditch China and explore alternative manufacturing locations. But can he do that?
We invited the HP Spectre Product Team to answer all of your most pressing questions about laptop design, specs, performance, configuration options and more.
HP is recalling batteries from several of its brands, including Pavilion and Envy, which could lead to fires.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 may be the most recent product to face a recall, but it's not the only tech product to be yanked off the shelves.
HP has unveiled a virtual reality concept you can wear on your back that contains a gaming desktop and hot-swappable batteries.
HP's new EliteOne PCs innovate by bringing a wireless mobile device charger and integrated fingerprint reader to the all-in-one desktop.
HP is launching three new towers PCs targeting gamers, heavy productivity users and the budget-conscious.
HP has announced a partnership with Neat to make the Officejet 8040 e-All-in-One printer to combine office work with NeatCloud support.
More than 4,500 lawsuits claiming patent infringement have been filed by NPEs, "non-practicing entities", in 2011. One in seven suits were targeted at either Apple or Samsung.
This week, we talk about sweet monitors, Kinect-friendly Skyrim, the best doorbell ever made and ISP's that fight for you.
HP reportedly was asking for the same amount it shelled out for Palm back in April 2010: $1.2 billion USD.
HP has updated the firmware to its LaserJet printers to address a security flaw discovered by Columbia University last month.
Your HP LaserJet printer could be a likely target by hackers intent on creating physical damage, not just financial damage.
Reuters recently ran an Interview with Ray Lane, HP's executive chairman, which discussed his role as a possible "agent of change" at HP.
HP and Dell are reportedly eying Windows 8 as the platform of choice to stay out of the fiercely-competitive Android market. Meanwhile, Motorola quietly launches a XOOM "family edition" tablet exclusively at Best Buy.
Both HP and the Android developer community are trying to figure out how Android-based TouchPads were slipped into the distribution channels.
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