Tag Archives: HP

HP Slate 7 Launches For Only $170

The HP Slate 7, HP’s latest foray into the Android world, is a 7 inch budget tablet made for those who want to save money on a tablet. And looking at the spec list alone, it doesn’t seem so bad. It packs a 1.6GHz dual core processor, 1GB of RAM, a 7 inch “HFFS wide view angle” display at 1024×600, dual cameras (VGA front and 3MP back), 8GB of memory… Read more

HP Slate 7 Delayed Two Months, Available June

HP’s Slate 7 may not be the most high end tablet (in fact, it’s pretty darn low end), but its price may justify the sacrifices. It will retail at only $169, which is pretty cheap for a tablet not made of the cheapest plastic known to man by a Chinese knockoff company. And though it features a low resolution display and low end specs, it could still be a… Read more

HP Announces Their First Android Tablet With The Slate 7

If you thought HP couldn’t make a complete 180 degree turn after dropping webOS…they’ve gone ahead and done exactly that with the announcement of their first Android product. The HP Slate 7 is a middle-of-the-road tablet with a price point that is bound to grab plenty of attention at $169. As the name conveys, the Slate 7 is a 7″ tablet with a… Read more

HP May Be Working On An Android Tablet, Tegra 4 Inside

Today seems to be a big day for rumors, and the latest one is about HP. This rumor states that HP is going to release an Android tablet. This isn’t surprising, it’s actually fairly expected. HP has said many times that they need to enter the mobile space to be more successful, and Android is the logical choice. webOS is dead, no matter how you look at… Read more

Benchmark Log Reveals An HP “Bender” Device – Dual Core Snapdragon S4, 1366×720 Display, All Running on Android 4.0.4

Shortly after HP CEO, Meg Whitman, hinting at the company’s desire and need to produce a smartphone, details have emerged surrounding such a device. Please keep in mind however a few things – this information comes from a set of benchmark logs, which can and have previously been faked. Secondly, HP hasn’t officially confirmed the device and “released”… Read more

HTC Countersues Apple, HP Patents Put to Work

HTC strikes back in Southern Florida with two counterclaims, stating that Apple is infringing on two patents HTC acquired from HP back in 2011. HTC and Apple have been back-and-forth in the legal battles recently, with Apple having won the last round. This led to an ITC ban on HTC products (specifically the One line) until further inspection, which was… Read more

HP TouchPad Was Made To Run Android Initially

A former webOS developer relations guy, Josh Marinacci, wrote a lengthy post about his time at Palm, and it’s quite interesting. One detail he wrote about is that the TouchPad was designed to run Android. Looking back, most of its hardware was Android-compatible, and the TouchPads that shipped with Android accidentally proved they had it working. he… Read more

Android-On-Veer Tutorial And Walkthrough

I have been an avid webOS fan for quite a while, even purchasing an HP Veer 4G off contract on eBay. In my opinion, webOS is one of the best mobile operating systems ever made, and definitely does multitasking better than either iOS or Android. webOS is built for efficiency, beauty, and ease of use. The gestures are natural, the UI is smooth and… Read more

Google Grabs Key Members Of HP Enyo Team

An interesting piece of mobile software news this morning as The Verge reported late last night that the newly open-sourced Enyo team is moving from HP to Google. If you’re not familiar with Enyo, it is the core HTML framework that made up the backbone of the HP TouchPad and was later made open-source when HP nixed the webOS line of products. More… Read more