Posts Tagged ‘ Hewlett Packard ’
Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Personal computer maker Hewlett-Packard on Tuesday unveiled the world’s thinnest 13-inch laptop, HP Spectre, in India at Rs 1,19,900. The HP Spectre is just 10.4mm thick. The record was earlier held by Apple’s MacBook Air, which measures 17.2mm at its thickest point and is priced at Rs 96,900 fo...
The touted arrival this year of wearable gadgets such as computer displays strapped to wrists and in wrap-around glasses is just a step towards a bigger revolution in screens – those that can be bent, folded and rolled up. Once freed from today’s relatively heavy, breakable and fixed gla...
15 April, 2013 |
In some parts of the City of London, a sense of disbelief greeted the news last year that Hewlett-Packard had agreed to pay $11bn for Autonomy, a British software company that had traded for half that value barely six months before. “This deal defies logic,” wrote Paul Morland, analyst at Peel...
21 November, 2012 |
When Yang Yuanqing, chairman and chief executive of Lenovo, took the stage at a product launch ceremony in Beijing last month, he did so to a standing ovation. Employees at the Chinese PC maker are in high spirits, for business is good. In the six months to September, Lenovo has overtaken both Taiwa...
13 December, 2011 |
Hewlett-Packard Co will complete a strategic review of its personal computers unit in the next 8 to 12 weeks, the company’s PC chief, Todd Bradley, said on Monday. Bradley, the former Palm CEO who has led HP’s PC division for the past six years, also plans to stay with the company. The w...
23 August, 2011 |