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HP Acquires Melodeo And The nuTsie Service

06/23/2010, HP does seem to be in the mood for acquisitions recently, and now the computing giant has snapped up Melodeo, the parent company of the nuTsie music streaming service, reportedly for a sum between $30m-$35m. The service is similar to Apple’s Lala or...

HP Mini 100e Education Edition

06/22/2010, Available worldwide in July and priced at under $300, the HP Mini 100e will be competing with the Intel Classmate Series (the Classmate PC E10 ($399) and the Classmate PC NL2 Convertible ($499) – reference designs) in the “notebook for...

HP Compaq 6000 Pro All-in-One announced

06/21/2010, HP has just announced their latest enterprise machine known as the Compaq 6000 Pro All-in-One. This will deliver proven performance and reliability as with its predecessors, coming in an easy-to-use, space-saving design that will definitely bode well in...

HP Casts Doubt On The Future Of Windows 7 Slate

06/17/2010, The Windows 7-powered HP Slate received much fanfare when it was first unveiled, but it has unfortunately slipped off the radar recently, and with the recent acquisition of Palm by HP, its future is even bleaker. The responses from HP at the Untethered...

HP teams up with Yahoo, brings targeted ads to printers

06/16/2010, Just when you thought that something like the printer is spared from targeted ads, word of HP teaming up with Yahoo to bring said ads to HP’s web-connected printers have started to surface. It seems that these ads will only show up when you use...

HP 12-inch ProBook 5220m Announced

06/15/2010, HP Japan has announced its latest 12.1-inch notebook, the ProBook 5220m, boasting the new Intel Calpella processors. The design is obviously geared towards the business professional, which gives it a no-nonsense look. It’s currently available in...

Dell, HP, And Acer To Support Chrome OS

06/14/2010, When Google announced that it was working on Chrome OS a while back, we knew that Acer and HP would be supporting the project, and according to some hints from the Chrome OS repositories, seems like Dell is jumping on the Chrome OS bandwagon too, as files...

HP commits itself to webOS smartphones

06/03/2010, The cat is out of the bag – we’re talking about HP CEO Mark Hurd mentioning that “we didn’t buy Palm to be in the smartphone business” alongside the thought that pouring money into developing webOS smartphones...

HP ZR30w 30-inch S-IPS LCD Monitor Boasts 1.07 Billion Colors

06/01/2010, Bigger screens are always welcome, though we’ve got to keep in mind that size isn’t the only thing that matters when it comes to a display. HP has just announced its 30-inch ZR30w S-IPS LCD display that boasts a 30-bit panel, DisplayPort...

HP 2010i, 2210m, 2310m and 2710m monitors unleashed

05/26/2010, Looking for a new monitor? Don’t worry, HP hopes to have all the bases covered with a quartet of new models which come in the form of the 20″ 2010i (seen above), 21.5″ 2210m, 23″ 2310m and 27″ 2710m. The smallest among them...

HP issues recall of notebook batteries

05/23/2010, HP has issued a recall of notebook batteries due to them being a fire hazard, where since May 2009, eleven people have been injured due to faulty batteries in HP notebooks no thanks to overheating and explosions. The batteries affected can be found in...

HP Working On A Flexible Dick Tracy Watch Computer For US Troops

05/20/2010, HP is certainly no stranger to flexible displays or wrist-mounted displays, and now reports are in that the computing giant is busy working on a solar-powered watch for the US military that is based on such flexible display technology – dubbed the...

HP Thinks That Cows Could Power Server Farms

05/20/2010, While most people wouldn’t want to have anything to do with cow manure, the folks over at HP have taken a special interest in it. Why is HP busy checking out dairy cows? Turns out that they think that they could turn manure into fuel. Cow manure is...

HP Envy 17 Begins To Ship

05/19/2010, Do you remember the cool looking HP Envy 17 that was announced a short while ago? If you’ve been disciplined enough to be saving your pennies, you’re now able to pick up this large-screen laptop, with the base price of it going for $1,399. Of...