I own one of the original Apple iPad handheld computers. While I like the device, I realize that newer handheld computers have more features, high-resolution cameras, more memory for data storage, and numerous other advantages that my aging device does not possess.
Hewlett-Packard rolled out another Android device this week. This could become a pattern as PC makers hedge against a world that's less about Microsoft and more about Google.
HP on Monday announced new printers, personal computers, and a new scanner, all designed to help small and midsized law firms improve productivity and increase their connectivity and NetDocuments announced an apps marketplace and the new version 13.2 of its web-based document management system.
A research executive at Eli Lilly and Company has reported his laptop missing, but the Indianapolis drug giant insists none of its client information or crucial research data are likely to be compromised.
Even though a Federal Reserve official is suggesting that the central bank may be feeling comfortable enough to ease the bond-buying stimulus that the Fed has been providing as early as this summer, we're not exactly out of the woods just yet.
Hewlett-Packard is having a two-day hiring fair, starting today at the Workforce Solutions Upper Rio Grande's Norman Haley Employment Center, 300 E. Main.
If you're shopping for a luxury car, chances are good that at some point you're going to find yourself in a Lexus showroom.
Tim Cook is coming to Washington next week, summoned by the same Senate subcommittee that blasted Microsoft and Hewlett Packard last fall for funneling U.S. profits overseas to avoid paying U.S. taxes on them.
Jeff Landre is in the vanguard of a new type of retiree: the encore careerist. For most of his working life, Landre held management positions in field service and global logistics at technology giant Hewlett-Packard. "It was all about identifying the needs of customers," he says.
The joint collaboration project from Hewlett-Packard and SAP effectively triples the amount of memory on a single server designed for processing big data.
Dell and Hewlett Packard two of the largest technology corporations in America have become outsourcing moguls depriving American workers of skill sets that are invaluable to our economy.
After a decade-long relationship with Apple that has helped students "sparkle," local school administrators are exploring whether a move to Hewlett-Packard would be in the best interest of students or as "shocking" as they anticipate it could be.
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