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HP tipped to split PCs, printers from corporate business

HP tipped to split PCs, printers from corporate business

HP might have a bombshell to drop this Monday if this insider tip pans out. The company is said to be spinning off its personal computer and printer units as a separate entity from its corporate hardware and services business, though its exact reasons for doing so remain unclear.

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HP Stream tablets deliver Windows 8 on a tight budget

HP Stream tablets deliver Windows 8 on a tight budget

More often than not, if you wanted a cheap tablet, you're practically confined to choosing from among the myriad of budget Android options out there, which actually includes HP. But what if you wanted or even needed a full Windows 8 experience on the cheap? Now you have an option with HP's new Stream 7 and Stream 8 tablets.

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HP Stream Windows laptops: colorful and cheap

HP Stream Windows laptops: colorful and cheap

The kind of technology we use in our lives has changed drastically over the years, and for many laptops aren't as needed as they once were, instead being replaced with tablets and smartphones. For this reason, many hesitate at the thought of dropping a lot for a machine that will be used comparatively little -- enter cheap notebooks like Chromebooks, and, as of today, HP's new Windows-toting Stream laptops.

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Report: Students being forced to work in Chinese factories

Report: Students being forced to work in Chinese factories

A report from the Wall Street Journal claims that teens in China are being forced to work long and hard hours in factories assembling gadgets for well-known companies. This is in violation of Chinese regulations, but sadly not the first time such issues have arisen.

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Report: HP might sell photo-printing service Snapfish

Report: HP might sell photo-printing service Snapfish

HP is considering selling off its Snapfish service, according to sources that spoke to Reuters. This person, said to have "knowledge of the situation", claims HP has been in talks with multiple potential buyers for the service it acquired back in 2005.

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HP Stream Windows laptop isn’t as affordable as expected

HP Stream Windows laptop isn’t as affordable as expected

The balance between price and features is always a precarious dance, with some yielding more applause than others. HP has been putting out a few laptops that straddle both sides of the price tag line and this new Windows 8.1 laptop was expected to be one of them. Unfortunately, the HP Stream might disappoint a bit.

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HP recalls millions of power cords in US and Canada

HP recalls millions of power cords in US and Canada

During a year rife with recalls (mostly of the automotive sort), HP has been forced to recall more than six million laptop power cords following multiple reports of them overheating and more. The recall is for both the United States and Canada, and covers cords sold from September 2010 up through the summer of 2012.

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HP EliteBook Folio 1040 G1 Review

HP EliteBook Folio 1040 G1 Review

Does business-friendly have to mean boring? HP is hoping the answer to that is no, with the EliteBook Folio 1040 G1 promising the dependability of an enterprise notebook with some of the style borrowed from the company’s consumer ultrabook range. It’s a tough balance to strike, though, so has HP got the mixture right?

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HP may team up with Google for enterprise Nexus, Google Now

HP may team up with Google for enterprise Nexus, Google Now

Apple might have IBM to lean on for enterprise, but Google may be taking a more direct route to users. A new report suggests that Google is going to be working with HP on an enterprise angle, revolving around Google Now. The report also suggests HP wants a Nexus device, specifically for enterprise.

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HP smartwatch taps designer Michael Bastian and Gilt

HP smartwatch taps designer Michael Bastian and Gilt

The brand you’ll see on the smartwatch coming from designer Michael Bastian is Gilt - but given that you’re a tech reader, the first name you’ll recognize in this collaboration is Hewlett-Packard. While the triple team-up here hasn’t let it be known what software it’ll be running quite yet, the concept views of this smartwatch have been revealed - and it looks rather nice.

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HP leaks tipped 3 new Android tablets

HP leaks tipped 3 new Android tablets

HP isn't exactly the go-to-guy when it comes to Android tablets, but that hasn't fazed it from putting out innumerable mobile devices, some of which have somewhat similar and therefore confusing names. The PC maker is now believed to actually have three, yes three, tablets in the making, bearing a mixed array of hardware specs and, of course, names that vary only ever so slightly from one another and other older products.

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Windows is rising to the Chromebook price war

Windows is rising to the Chromebook price war

HP is readying a $199 Windows notebook for the holidays, as Microsoft pushes Windows 8.1 against Google Chromebooks, one of a number of more affordable PC options. The HP Stream laptop, confirmed during the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, will be one of at least three models, though versions from Acer and Toshiba will be slightly more expensive, at $249 apiece.

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