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IDC: Apple now the world's fifth largest PC vendor

Apple is now among the top 5 PC vendors in the world, according to the latest report from market research firm IDC. With 6.3 percent market share in the third quarter of 2014, the Cupertino-based company has jumped to the fifth…

HP launches Apollo supercomputer brand with liquid cooling

HP recently unveiled plans to enter the supercomputing market with two machines under the new Apollo brand, the Apollo 8000 and Apollo 6000. The former claims to be the world’s first 100 percent water-cooled supercomputer with dry-disconnect servers while the latter…

Neowin: HP EliteBook Folio 1040 G1 review

Many people are eschewing desktop PCs for more mobile devices, mainly tablets and laptops. The portability of these devices is paramount because nobody wants to lug around more weight than they have to. Enter the HP EliteBook Folio 1040 G1…

HP to launch 14-inch Slatebook powered by Android

HP is preparing to launch an Android-based notebook called the Slate 14. Unlike some of the hybrid implementations we’ve already seen, this system is poised to be one of just a few full-fledged Android-based notebooks to hit the market.

HP will pay $57 million to settle shareholder lawsuit

Back in 2010, HP acquired Palm with the promise that it would invest heavily in webOS and bring it to a broad ecosystem of devices. But a year later, the company did a complete U-turn and decided to scrap the webOS…

HP to reveal 3D printing ambitions in June

HP is planning to get into the 3D printing business. HP CEO Meg Whitman told shareholders during their annual shareholder meeting conference call that the company would make a big announcement in June as it pertains 3D printing and how…