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HP Aims to Simplify Unified Communications Deployment

HP today announced two new offerings that aid in the rapid adoption of   unified communications (UC) solutions from Microsoft and Polycom. The new offerings include HP AppSystem for Microsoft Lync, a turnkey platform designed to expedite Lync deployments, and a...

The Demise of the HP TouchPad Plus "The Value of VoIP"

I wrote this morning about HP's surrender to Apple in the PC, laptop, and tablet space. Ironically, I just happened to glance at a CDW catalog sitting on my desk and saw this:                                                                 Click for larger viewA now defunct HP...

The Apple Downgrade Kills HP

We all know about the S&P downgrade caused by the rating agency's view of U.S.'s debt and debt ceiling. S&P saw the writing on the wall that U.S. is on the road to insolvency and default on the debt. Well,...

HP G72-C55DX Review

The HP G72-C55DX is one of the best bang-for-the-buck laptops you can buy. The HP G72-C55DX sports a huge 17.3" LED (1600 x 900) backlit display and the latest Intel Pentium P6100 processor. You don't break the bank with this...

HP Launches "Just Right IT" Portfolio for Small Businesses

HP today introduced its "Just Right IT" portfolio, which empowers micro, small and midsize businesses (SMBs) to better serve their customers by simplifying processes, reducing costs and improving productivity. I interviewed Mark Hilton, director of product marketing, HP Networking...

Sangoma and HP Partner on UC Platform

I saw a release a couple of weeks ago about Sangoma entering into an OEM relationship with a "major computer and networking equipment supplier", which really piqued my interest since I'm a Sangoma telephony card fan. The release however doesn't...

HP Buys Palm

Palm, the darling of the mobile phone industry 3+ years ago has fallen on bad times, but their knight in shining armor - HP - may have arrived in the nick of time. HP acquires all of Palm's assets,...

HP Debuts First Multi-touch Notebook -- Yes HP, Not Apple (Now That's a Surprise!!!)

From the first time Steve Jobs demonstrated "the pinch" -- the two-finger gesture used to zoom in and out of photos and Web pages on the iPhone -- some Apple observers assumed it was just a matter of time before...

HP Going Wild with Asia Stores

Didn't I just blog yesterday about the wisdom of Pioneer opening its second U.S. retail store? Well, I guess these companies have a better bead on what's going on the minds of their consumers because now HP is planning...

Wow! A Quick Boot PC -- About Time!

It is the black hole of the digital age -- the three minutes it can take for your computer to boot up, when there is nothing to do but wait, and wait, and wait some more before you can log...

HP Says Touch Me Now!

Hewlett-Packard (HP), aiming to boost its personal computer sales against arch rival Dell (and Lenovo and Apple, too), is increasingly turning to touch-screen technology.HP is now developing a consumer notebook with a touch screen that will debut before year end. It...

Finally Some Good News about Notebook Batteries!

Seems like every blog about notebook computers and batteries is bad news -- recalls, fires and the like.Well, how about some good news for a change!Hewlett-Packard (HP) will reportedly release a notebook next month that can run for to 24...

Everything in the World's Going Wireless

In Singapore, the Dutch consumer electronics maker Philips is designing a multimedia server to stream audio and video through the air, from the Internet to any device in the home. In Munich, a former unit of Siemens envisions a cordless...

Woz: The Engineer Behind the Apple

At the 2008 Intel Developer Forum, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak (right in photo) took the main stage to talk about his love of engineering and science, the process behind developing the Apple II personal computer, and what it's like to...

Why Pay Twice as Much for a Mac?

Is Windows really that bad, you may ask?Well, Apple Watch asked that very same question and came up with some very interesting statistics.Last weekend, they got to wondering about Mac versus Windows PC pricing after seeing two HP notebooks on...

Voodoo PCs Undergo HP Mumbo-Jumbo

 It's a sad day when Hewlett-Packard decides to merge its Voodoo PC business unit with its consumer business.This were the ultimate gamer PCs from a one time stand-alone company that put a unique business model into play -- high-end performance,...

Apple Takes Lead in $1K+ Computer Market

Everybody knows that Apple is kicking butt, and now research force NPD has reported huge growth in Apple's share of the so-called “premium” computer market — machines that cost more than $1,000. Less than 18% in January 2006, by...

Dell Goes More Seriously after Gamers

Surprising to some, but Dell is abandoning several of its most popular models to focus on its premium line of specialty gaming personal computers. Not too surprising to some, Dell had to do something to juice up its chances...

HP Goes Upline

Do we really need another online storage company? Apparently, HP thinks so and has launched Upline, a data storage service that lets you put your data in a more secure, online headquarters location. As we should have learned by...

Is the Wii the Center of the Media Universe?

How about this for irony -- a simple hack enables Nintendo's Wii to access a computer's  media collection, with the Wii remote (you know, the one with the strap problem) then being used to view photos and browse iTunes playlists on a TV. ...

Is DLP Going the Way of the Dodo?

Everybody loves thin, especially in TVs, so it's really not a surprise that HP is apparently getting out of the DLP TV business. BTW, does anyone out there know what DLP stands for? (I'll make it easy -- see below.)...

Digital Cameras To Make You Slimmer

From the "Now, I've heard everything" pile, we have a report that HP (aka Hewlett-Packard) and Pentax are planning to release digital cameras with "slimming" feature that will make objects (guess what?) slimmer. Yes, you have heard correctly. Due to...

Lenovo Taking Over Printer Market?

The computer printer market has been pretty much HP's for such a long time now it's hard to believe there's much competition (but don't tell Lexmark, Epson or Canon that ...) Now, in what could have seismic implications in this...

HP Using Voodoo (No, Not in the Leak Probe)

Not to be outdone by Dell's deal with Alienware (and not to be confused with the Congressional hearing (aka "HP FUD" -- Fear Uncertaincy and Doubt) now going on, Hewlett-Packard plans to buy niche PC manufacturer Voodoo Computers. Voodoo makes cool looking, high-end...

Digital Camera Phones Rule! Anyone Remember Film or Digital Cameras?

Ten years ago, camera companies had nothing to worry about except each other. But poof! along came digital cameras and the Kodak, Fuji and Nikon's of the camera world had to worry about consumer technology companies like Sony or IT...
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