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Windows XP EOS offers flagging PC market timely boost
"While the PC market remains weak... the end of XP support by Microsoft on April 8 has played a role in the easing decline of PC shipments..."
HP helps partners capitalise on the "New Style of IT"
"The New Style of IT requires a new style of partnering..."
Revenue down $77 million at HP New Zealand
The massive multi-national's finances show some major changes in fortune...
Microsoft takes down Oracle to retain software top spot
"There is a shift in vendor rankings from 2013 at the top of the worldwide software market."
Is Apple top of America’s Billion Dollar Brands Club?
Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, HP, Intel, Cisco, Google, IBM, Oracle - which tech firm leads the way?
HP’s conflicted relationship with printing
HP derived 20% of its revenue and 37% of its non-GAAP operating profit from print in the last quarter. Why does it downplay print?
Former HP executive heads A10 Networks ANZ team
"The ANZ market is hungry for a new tech leader that is nimble and responsive."
Drury drives Xero's US expansion with Microsoft, HP and Paypal stalwarts
Xero Limited has bolstered its Board and US management team with the appointment of a new Board Chairman, adding a further US based Director, and esta
HP: Top enterprise security threats
HP has published the Cyber Risk Report 2013, identifying top enterprise security vulnerabilities and providing analysis of the expanding threat landscape.
Samsung beats Apple to semiconductor top spot...
"This increase clearly shows how fast the presence of these two companies has expanded over the last three years and why their decisions have technology and pricing implications for the whole semiconductor industry."
"Sombre" PC market suffers first annual double digit decline
"2014 is expected to remain another challenging year for the PC market, as competition will only grow among the devices."
HP slaps up Microsoft with Windows 7 ad
Windows 7 is back by popular demand, if you ask the guys at HP HQ that is...
Worst decline in PC history as industry “bottoms out”
In recording the seventh consecutive quarter of shipment decline, the worst in PC history, industry analysts believe markets have "bottomed out" across the world.
NZ exclusive: Evolving HP keeps the PC faith
"If God needed a computer, this is the one he would build."
IDC: Kiwi PC market beats expectations as Oz falters
The New Zealand PC market outperformed expectations in Q3 2013. The same, however, could not be said for Australia...
Top Xmas Gift - HP’s ENVY 17: Leap Motion
Take a high-powered desktop replacement laptop. Load it with a meaty CPU. Insert NVIDIA graphics as an upgrade. How about the gorgeous 1920 by 1080-pixel, 17.3-inch touchscreen?
HP’s All-in-One PC Beats the xmas competition
HP revealed the HP ENVY Recline All-in-One PC series in Auckland yesterday, offering the best, most immersive touch experience available on an All-in-One PC.
HP unveils NZ Xmas consumer portfolio
The weather may be horrendous, but HP's suite of consumer PCs and tablets lit up the room in Auckland yesterday, as the tech giant introduced the world's first notebook PC with integrated Leap Motion technology to New Zealand.
HP boosts partner opps with new SDN App Store
HP has unveiled the industry’s first enterprise-class software-defined networking (SDN) open ecosystem with the HP SDN Developer Kit (SDK) and the HP SDN App Store.
When it comes to security... HP's cyber chief calls for all hands on deck
"Which alligators do I get out of the swamp first? The ones biting my ankles or the huge ones sitting by the side of the lake?"
HP ticks all the boxes for Lexel’s mission critical cloud platform
Requiring a mission critical platform solution, which would work across two data centres - Lexel's aim of building a Hosted Lync Public Cloud needed a scalable and robust platform to run it on.
Review: HP ENVY TouchSmart 15 Notebook PC
The HP ENVY TouchSmart is the latest notebook from HP that has a touchscreen in order to open up the capabilities of Windows 8. HP have gone all out with Beats Audio and a whopping 1TB drive, so how good is it?
HP Ultrabooks: For any business on any budget
Designed to fit the needs of any business user or IT budget, HP's new portfolio of business notebooks aims to redefine mainstream mobile computing.
Hey Meg, how much does HP now love Microsoft?
A long time ago, they used to be friends. But not now - as HP CEO Meg Whitman brands Microsoft as its "outright competitor" after getting close to Google.