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The First Computer With Leap Motion Gesture Control Built Right In
Leap Motion, the Kinect-like gesture control system we profiled here, is super exciting; it measures gestures to the hundredth of...
How Inkjet Printers Are Helping Scientists Discover New Drugs
Hewlett Packard has spent the past 25 years in the printing business, enabling legions of businesses to print documents and...
HP to Make the Late, Great, WebOS Open Source
HP has spent the last year or so, as the new owner of the WebOS mobile operating system, alternately making...
RIP WebOS, the Best Smartphone Platform Nobody Used
You were too good for this world. At least, too good for HP
HP/Palm Brings WebOS Back to Life, Announces TouchPad Tablet, Veer and Pre 3 Smartphones
Palm’s WebOS operating system, seen on the Palm Pre and Pixi, is the great underdog of the mobile world: critically...
How DARPA Is Making a Machine Mind out of Memristors
MoNETA, software that runs a memristor brain, could make artificial intelligence a reality
HP Designjet 3D Printer Now On Sale, Churns Out Solid Plastic Objects From the Desktop
Remember back in January when HP announced it would bring a tabletop 3-D printer to market, at a place and...
Hewlett-Packard Unveils Real-World Memristor, Chip of the Future
In 1971, electrical engineering professor Leon Chua proposed a theoretical basic electronics component called a memristor. In 2008, Hewlett Packard...
Intel’s New Chips Turn PCs into Power Nappers
Save energy with chips that know exactly how hard to work—and when to take a snooze
Tech Buyer’s Guide: Netbooks
In an excerpt from our new Tech Buyer's Guide, learn everything you need to know to pick up the perfect netbook this holiday season