HP adds Intel Kaby Lake chips, edge-to-edge screen to latest Spectre x360 laptop

HP just unveiled its latest laptop built around Intel’s Kaby Lake platform. But this update adds more than just a new processor to the HP Spectre x360 laptop. Some of the other tweaks lean mo

HP issues non-apology for blocking third-party ink cartridges

HP was recently caught in the act using a "security update" to prevent its printers from operating with a number of recycled and third-party ink cartridges. After much outcry the company has relented

The EFF calls on HP to remove DRM from its printers

The Electronic Frontier Foundation has called on HP to restore customer’s ability to use third-party ink cartridges in its Office Jet printers. It is also urging consumers to sign a petition, wh

Hands-on with HP’s fun little photo printer

HP, it seems, will always be a printer company. It’s an inescapable part of the company’s DNA. Precisely what shape that takes moving ahead, however, is another question entirely. After all, prin

HP’s new photo printer is almost as good as owning an instant camera

You could go in for the full-throated nostalgia of an instant printer like the Fujifilm Instax or that new dealie from Leica, or you can pick up one of these things and let your smartphone do all of

Tony Prophet named as Salesforce’s first Chief Equality Officer

Tony Prophet, a longtime tech executive who’d previously worked at Microsoft and HP, has been named as Salesforce’s first Chief Equality Officer. Before joining Salesforce, Prophet worked

Microsoft snatches HP CRM and service business from rivals Salesforce and Oracle

In what has to be characterized as huge win for Microsoft, it announced this morning it had secured a 6-year deal with HP, Inc to run Microsoft Dynamics’ customer relationship management (CRM) a

HP is buying Samsung’s printer business for $1.05 billion

HP is buying Samsung's printer business for $1.05 billion in a move aimed at "disrupting" the dusty and stale printing industry.

HP does the modular thing with a new desktop

Granted, it’s not a desktop that looks like a piece of IKEA furniture, but at least HP is trying something moderately interesting — or is it “modularly interesting?” The company’s certai

HP’s Pavilion Wave is a fabric-covered desktop computer, probably

What is the Pavilion Wave? It’s a question as old as time, dating at least as far back as the early hours of this morning when HP showed off its strange new cloth-covered bit of hardware. It most cl

How far we’ve come: The top 5 retro gadgets from the Vintage Computer Festival

VR in the 90s? Computers with gears? TechCrunch brings you five of the coolest retro gadgets and gizmos from this weekend’s Vintage Computer Festival West XI at the Computer History Museum in M

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

As Symantec flexes its muscle in security, who will step up to the challenge?

As the security market shakes up in more ways than one, who wins, who struggles and who will get acquired next?

Review: HP’s Spectre shows a great ultrabook can suffer from being thin

Your next laptop will most likely be thinner than the one you have now. That's because some Windows PC makers like HP aren't keen with the thinness of even their own offerings. So, their designers an

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

HP sheds some more light on the Omen X VR PC backpack

The Omen X by HP VR PC is nothing if not compelling. The company showed off a picture of the concept earlier today and let slip a smattering of details around the backpack PC, but not much else. No pr

HP and MSI hope to convince you to carry a VR rig on your back like a Ghostbuster

A number of companies seem to have a firm grasp on the headset bit, and while the controller aspect is certainly in flux, we’ve seen a handful of compelling solutions on that front. But what about

HP unveils a bunch of new Omen gaming hardware

To be fair, an omen isn’t necessarily a portent of negative things. If it was, we wouldn’t feel obligated to qualify it using words like “bad.” Still, the word carries with it some fairly omin

HP’s 3D printers pave the way for an interesting future

John Biggs Contributor More posts by this contributor FTC shuts down crypto Ponzi schemers The next frontier for robotics? Jazz marimba In the two years since HP announced it was entering the 3D print

HP’s new industrial 3D printer is focused on prototyping and small-run production

With a still unannounced price and a footprint the size of a washing machine (as The BBC handily points out), the Jet Fusion 3D 4200 is big and (most likely) expensive. But HP is also positioning the
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