Computing experts unveil superefficient 'inexact' chip
Researchers have unveiled an "inexact" computer chip that challenges the industry's dogmatic 50-year pursuit of accuracy. The design improves power and resource efficiency by allowing for occasional errors. ...
Researchers find slime mold feeding fronds have memristance
Cyberattacks against US rising unchecked: study
The number of cyberattacks targeting US organizations has doubled over the past three years, leading to hefty losses, a study released Monday showed.
Open webOS beta is released with two build environments
Is your news article tweetworthy? Algorithm can predict that
(Phys.org) -- Reporters, bloggers and other media trying to boost their Twitter presence can learn a few tips from an unexpected discipline: electrical engineering.
HP picks Intel's Centerton for low-power server rollout
Review: HP TouchPad makes a mediocre tablet
A year after Hewlett-Packard Co. purchased flailing Palm, the technology behemoth is rolling out the first tablet that uses Palm's webOS operating system.
HP shows first webOS tablet computer, the TouchPad (Update 2)
Hewlett-Packard Co. unveiled its first tablet computer that uses smart phone pioneer Palm's technology on Wednesday - a skinny black gadget that the companies believe will help them catch up with Apple Inc.'s ...
Flurry of billion-dollar deals signals coming changes in tech industry
From Hewlett-Packard and Cisco Systems to Intel and Oracle, some of Silicon Valley's largest companies charged out of the recession with fat bankrolls and a determination to spend whatever it takes this year to reshape their ...
Oracle names ex-HP CEO Mark Hurd co-president
(AP) -- Oracle Corp. has hired former Hewlett-Packard Co. CEO Mark Hurd to help lead the database software maker in a pivotal moment in Oracle's 33-year history as it tries to muscle in on more of HP's turf.
Dell cedes data-storage maker 3Par to HP
(AP) -- Dell Inc. is walking away from a bidding contest with rival Hewlett-Packard Co. for data-storage maker 3Par Inc.
HP dabbling with Windows 7 tablet computer
Hewlett-Packard on Wednesday said it is gauging the promise of a tablet computer that runs on Windows 7 software from Microsoft.
Will H-P keep Palm in smart phone market?
After unveiling its $1.2 billion plan to buy smart phone maker Palm Inc., Hewlett-Packard has sent somewhat confusing signals about its intentions to remain in the fast-growing but highly-competitive business.
As iPad soars to success, other companies ready to test tablet waters
The success of Apple's new iPad has prompted other tech companies to plunge into the market for tablet computers, with startups and major PC makers racing to introduce their own competing devices before the ...