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“I don't know what's HP.” You’d probably think that this statement is from an Apple fanboi being all snobbish and insisting that they're the only gadget brand in existence worth bothering about. But in actual fact, this very line was uttered by none other than HP's CEO Meg Whitman. So is Whitman belittling her company? No. That statement was allegedly made while looking through HP’s laptop portfolio and the CEO noticed that there’s no unifying look in the company’s offerings. Nothing that jumps up to consumers and say “I’m an HP laptop,” apart from the logo on the lid of course. So... more »
Developers are in seriously high demand at the minute. Or at least, they seem to be according to one somewhat generous tech firm, which is apparently so desperate to hire some talent that it's prepared to pay an extremely handsome finder's fee for each qualified individual it hires. HubSpot, which proclaims itself as an all-in-one marketing software firm, has just launched a new referral program offering a whopping $30,000 to anyone who can introduce them to someone with the kind of expertise they're looking for: "HubSpot loves developers. Like, heart-pounding, chest-thumping, breathless love. Care to play matchmaker? We’ll give you $30,000 if... more »
Samsung proudly announced on its official blog that sales of the Galaxy S4 has surpassed the 10 million mark in less than a month after it was released in 60 countries last April 27. The Galaxy S4 sets a new record for the Galaxy line as its predecessor, the Galaxy SIII, wasn’t able to surpass the 10M mark until 50 days after its release, while the SI and SII took seven and five months to reach the same stature. "On behalf of Samsung, I would like to thank the millions of customers around the world who have chosen the Samsung Galaxy S4.... more »
On today's SiliconANGLE Live NewsDesk Show, (see live feed below or visit youtube.com/siliconangle to watch on-demand), we discuss Twitter FINALLY implementing two-step authentication for users to protect their accounts. Two-step authentication means those who activate it will be required to enter a second, six-digit passcode sent via SMS each time they attempt to login to their accounts from an unknown device. Users can activate login verification by heading to their account settings page. Select the “Require a verification code when I sign in” option, provide your email address and phone number, and then click on the email verification link Twitter sends... more »
On today's SiliconANGLE Live NewsDesk Show, (see live feed below or visit youtube.com/siliconangle to watch on-demand), we dive into the earnings reports of computer industry giant Hewlett-Packard and its fiscal year Q2 2013 results, as well as storage industry specialist NetApp and its fiscal Q4 2013 and full year results. Revenue came in at $27.6 billion for HP, just below estimates, but Wall Street didn't seem to mind. In after-hour trades on Wednesday after the report came in, HP's stock went up 13 percent. HP expects earnings to come in between 84 and 87 cents per share for the third quarter,... more »
Lenovo's PC business has bucked the trend once again, recording positive growth over the last quarter in spite of a record breaking slump in PC sales over the same period. The Chinese PC maker saw quarterly shipments of its computers rise by 0.4% year-on-year, a stark contrast to the rest of the industry which saw sales slump by almost 14% over the same period. Lenovo also recorded solid year-on-year growth with sales rising by 10% compared to an 8% industry-wide decrease. All in all Lenovo's impressive performance in the PC market, together with growth in other areas like tablets and smartphones,... more »
The Xbox isn’t the place to go to for MMOs, free-to-play or otherwise. As a whole, consoles have not been that big of a breeding ground for massively-multiplayer online games and part of that may be due to the general video-game making culture related to consoles which tend to favor sports and shooter games (can we say Call of Duty and Halo?) However, that doesn’t mean that MMO games haven’t make a little bit of a mark on the previous Xbox 360—but looking at the heavily Internet-connected and cloud-centric design focus of the Xbox One might change this. During his presentation... more »
Twitter has finally done something about all the high-profile accounts hacks its been seeing, introducing a form of two-step authentication in order to help users better secure their accounts. The security measure means that those who activate it will be required to enter a second, six-digit passcode sent via SMS each time they attempt to login to their accounts from an unknown device. Users can activate login verification by heading to their account settings page. Select the "Require a verification code when I sign in" option, provide your email address and phone number, and then click on the email verification link... more »
In today’s NewsDesk news roundup: HTC is losing more execs; AMD loses more sales despite processor market growth; Google Plus redesign rolls out to mobile and mobile web; Intel appoints Mike Bell to head emerging technology efforts; Nineteen year old revolutionizes cost of driverless cars; NASA spearheads 3D printed food development; Amazon unveils design for new HQ; Pandora rolls out album sneak preview; TomTom incorporates TrafficLand data; and Steve Wilhite recognized for GIF, receives Webby Lifetime Achievement award. HTC losing more execs In the last three months, HTC has lost its Vice President of Global Communications, Global Retail Marketing Manager, Director of... more »
Microsoft finally unveiled the Xbox One, an all powerful all-in-one living room entertainment system that you could talk to to control other gadgets in your home. Aside from being able to talk to it, Kinect also watches for hand gestures for easy navigation. It has Skype, and TV guide so you’re constantly connected as well as aware of when your favorite shows will be on. The Xbox One features 8GB of RAM; USB 3.0; Wi-Fi direct; Blu-ray; native 64-bit architecture, three OS - Xbox OS, the Kernel of Windows, and the glue that ties them together an OS that mixes the other two... more »