Notebook sales sink 17.5 per cent
Published in Notebooks


Still not hit rock bottom

Global notebook shipments have continued to fall and do not appear to have hit rock bottom yet.

Dell counter attacks Whitman over EMC buyout
Published in News


You got your facts wrong

Tin box shifter Michael Dell has come out fighting after HP CEO Meg Whitman slammed his bid to buy EMC.

HP issues Star Wars themed Skylake laptop
Published in Notebooks


The force is strong in this one


HP Empire is hoping to strike back and has released a new Skylake laptop to go with the "The Force Awakens" flick.

HP and SanDisk work on new Storage Class Memory
Published in Memory


What do you get if you cross a memristor and a ReRam?

The maker of expensive printer ink, HP and SanDisk want to create new technology for Storage Class Memory (SCM) which combines the best of memristor and ReRAM.

Lynch mob sues HP
Published in News
02 October 2015

Lynch mob sues HP


Claims HP lied and covered up incompetence 

The former owner of Autonomy, Mike Lynch is to sue HP for $150 million in damages over allegations the maker of expensive printer ink made about his role in the acquisition of his software company Autonomy in 2011.

AMD releases Pro APU
Published in Processors
30 September 2015

AMD releases Pro APU


Based on Godaveri and Carrizo


Troubled chipmaker AMD's has launched its Pro APUs quietly with just one major customer so far, the maker of expensive printer ink HP.

Right-wing blogs wade into Fiorina's HP past
Published in News


Deals which come back to haunt you

Now that the former HP queen Carly Fiorina's presidential campaign seems to be doing well, some of the right wing blogs are digging up some old stories on her HP past.

HP tries Ancient Roman punishment on staff again
Published in News


Decimation again

When the Ancient Roman army suffered from poor performance it decimated its army – killing ten percent as warning to the rest.  

Dell warns about industry consolidation
Published in News


Top three will hold 80 per cent of the market

The top three global PC makers will control 80 per cent of the market as companies are forced to consolidate, warned tin box shifter Michael Dell.

Server shipments grow
Published in News
01 September 2015

Server shipments grow


Gartner's latest report warns of a slowing

Beancounters at Gartner have added up the numbers and divided by their shoe size and decided that server shipments have grown by eight per cent.