HP has a new Android powered tablet on the block, it’s a 10-inch WiFi only device named the HP 10 Plus. It is, perhaps, not a power unit like some of the other ‘Plus’ devices out there, but it isn’t all bad, is it?
Today HP took the wraps off two new Chromebooks, the Intel-powered HP Chromebook 11 and Tegra K1-powered HP Chromebook 14.
The webOS Ports team has released the first version of LuneOS, which will run on devices like the Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and HP TouchPad.
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HP is entering into the smartwatch game this fall, through a special partnership with designer Michael Bastion and Gilt.
According to a new leak, HP is preparing three new tablets for release in the near future. Meanwhile, a mysterious 16-inch HP mobile device has also been spotted in a benchmark listing.
Mobile devices powered by memristors will boast huge storage, but benefits could also include lower prices, faster operation, greatly improved battery life, and better integration with the cloud.
The Slatebook 14 appears to be a full-fledged laptop, coming with many of the features we’ve come to expect from modern portable computers, including a touchscreen.
HP has been promoting its line of tablets with the slogan “One size does not fit all.” To that end, they have added a 7.85″ unit to compliment their 7″ and 8″ offerings. The HP 8 1401US is an Android powered quad-core tablet that rings in at just $170.
Qualcomm and HP announced a deal involving the sale of thousands of patents from HP’s Palm, IPAQ, and Bitfone portfolio to the mobile chipmaker.