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Hewlett Packard Enterprise to move HQ to San Jose

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is moving from Palo Alto to San Jose. The company will relocate 1,000 employees to a 220,000-square-foot space in late 2018. HPE was spun-off from Hewlett-Packard in 2015 an

Why HPE is sending a supercomputer to the ISS on SpaceX’s next rocket

Officially named the “Spaceborne Computer,” the Linux-based supercomputer is designed to serve in a one year experiment conducted by NASA and HPE to find out if high performance computing

Meg Whitman steps down from HP’s board

Meg Whitman is stepping down from HP Inc.'s board, where she was chairman, the company announced Wednesday. Chip Bergh, CEO of Levi Strauss, will be taking her place. Whitman remains at the helm of HP

SirionLabs establishes US foothold to scale its NLP contract management software

SirionLabs, a startup providing vendor management software to enterprises, is adding a U.S. headquarters to its footprint. The company was initially founded in India and has raised $16.95 million from

INNOVATE2016: Are we on the verge of Brexit 2.0

The danger is taking the election for granted and then being sucker punched by a vast undercurrent of populist anger against the establishment.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise to spin off software assets in $8.8B transaction

In an $8.8 billion transaction, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, also known as HPE, will be spinning off its non-core software assets, according to a statement from company CEO Meg Whitman. The assets will

3D printing technologies explained

If you’ve ever been lost in the midst of all the 3D printing technologies, you know how hard it is to get a grip on the different machinery, applications and companies involved. Many "new technologi

HP reports better than expected $0.48 EPS and $11.9B revenue in Q3

After the close of the bell, technology stalwart Hewlett-Packard announced better than expected numbers in their Q3 earnings report. This comes after a relatively flat week on the public markets f

Hewlett Packard Enterprise picks up SGI for $275 million

The last decade-plus hasn’t been great for SGI. The company formerly known as Silicon Graphics declared Chapter 11 in 2009. That same year, it was sold to Rackable for a song, with that company some

Polish 3D printer company Zortrax lied about contract with Dell

Two years ago when the international 3D printing industry was still a much-contended space a small Polish company called Zortrax made waves – and raised capital – on the news that it had s

What healthcare IT can learn from HP

Long before HP was known for PCs and laser printers, it built test equipment for electrical engineers. One reason its products succeeded was because they were designed by the very people who ultimatel

HP’s new Chromebook offers up to 12.5 hours of battery life and starts at $189

HP is working hard to make a strong Chromebook case for consumers looking for a secondary – or even tertiary – laptop, featuring some upgraded specs at rock bottom prices. Following on the heels o

Innovations in 3D printing

Ten miles north of Barcelona lies a centuries-old hotbed for ink technology. Founded in the 9th century, the Monastery of Sant Cugat ushered in Spain's era of ink and scrolls. Nearby, a 21st century H

Yes, it’s early May, but here are some new HP back-to-school Pavilion PCs

It’s May, and students everywhere are making last-minute preparations for the prom and eagerly watching the clocks tick down to summer break. But HP’s here to remind you that back-to-school seaso

Hands-on: HP’s Chromebook 13 is the affordable ultrabook for Chrome OS

The just announced HP Chromebook 13 is a new take on the hardware side of Chrome OS -- a premium system, with some specs reminiscent of Chrome OS laptops, but with the ultrabook spice seen on the mark

HP and Google join forces for a souped-up metal Chromebook

You know it’s not just any old Chromebook when Google and HP team up for the thing’s product launch. And indeed, the HP Chromebook 13 looks to be a pretty compelling alternative to the MacBook

AngelPad Shows Off 13 New Startups At SF Demo Day

Today, AngelPad — a five-year-old seed-stage incubator that twice a year chooses roughly a dozen startups to coach over a three-month period — held its ninth “demo day” in S

Starting Up In A Downturn: How Okta Built Its Enterprise Company

In today’s tech climate - where financing sources are plentiful and investor optimism is generally high - many believe that there has been no better time to get funded and realize their startup idea

The Interdependency Of Stanford And Silicon Valley

There was a time when Stanford University was considered a second-rate engineering school. It was the early 1940s, and the Department of Defense was pressed to assemble a top-secret team to understand

Ain’t No Joke As War Between HP, Ex-Autonomy Execs Enters Lawsuit Phase

It may be April Fool’s Day, but I’m sure former Autonomy CEO Mike Lynch and HP execs aren’t laughing. HP filed suit in London this week against Lynch and former Autonomy CFO Sushova
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