Wireless RGB headset with surround sound for under £100. Any good?
Rick counts down the ten best management games from the last decade.
Excessive and indulgent in the best and worst ways, Death Stranding is nonetheless a captivating experience.
HP is planning a range of Internet-connected printers with e-mail addresses - possibly running webOS.
Hewlett Packard has announced the acquisition of ailing smartphone manufacturer Palm.
HP's up-coming Slate has been teased in an official video - and a leaked briefing slide has provided the first look at its specifications in a side-by-side comparison with the iPad.
Hewlett Packard has announced a new range of 3D printers, aimed at bringing cheap(er) 3D printing to prototyping and design organisations.
Laptops supporting the new SDXC memory card standard - which scales to 2TB - are due from Lenovo, Dell, and HP - but Apple is absent from the list.
HP workers have created a 'darknet' system for anonymous communications which operates entirely within the browser.
Acer has confirmed that, despite product testing being ongoing, Google's Android platform isn't yet suitable for netbook devices.
Canonical has announced a partnership with HP which will see the company's popular Ubuntu Linux distribution officially certified for use on Proliant servers.
Hewlett Packard has released updated firmware for certain LaserJet and Document Sender printers following a flaw that allows access to printed documents.
HP has pulled the covers off a customised version of the popular Ubuntu Linux distribution for its Mini 1000 netbook, dubbed Mini Mi - and it's pretty snazzy.
HP is to be the first company to release a commercial product based around Boston Power's Sonata Li-Ion battery range, which promises a 1,000 recharge lifespan and a 3 year warranty.
HP has announced the donation of its Advanced File System to the open source community under the GNU General Public License, making it suitable for inclusion into Linux.
HP Labs has announced experimental proof of the existence of a building block for electronic circuits dubbed the 'memristor', which could lead to instant-on computing.
The chaps over at HP have designed a way to fit up to 8x the current level of transistors on the same die size. It seems that Moore's Law might be a little conservative after all.
Hewlett Packard has announced its intentions to acquire Canadian firm Voodoo PC, in another "Bog standard buys hot property" move. Will gamers buy it?
The industry's first DirectX 9.0 chipset for AMD platforms will drive HP's full-featured, PCI Express-enabled multimedia notebooks.
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