It’s no secret that among tech companies, Apple and Facebook have often had a love/hate relationship with each other. Now we’ve learned the two almost became outright enemies over HP’s discontinued TouchPad, according to an exclusive report by Mashable.
Yesterday, HP announced a new mobile application that promises to allow users to "print, copy and scan interactively from a mobile device." Now, an Apple source has apparently told 9to5Mac that the Cupertino, CA company is working on a similar scanning app, which uses an iOS device's camera to scan documents.
Samsung is rumored to be interested in purchasing webOS from HP, according to news first reported by Apple Insider. The move, if correct, could worsen the already strained relationship between Apple and the South Korean tech giant.
We know that the iPad played a big role in the demise of HP and WebOS. Yet, we're starting to hear more details about what happened behind the scenes, and apparently, the iPad's technical superiority might have played just as big of a role as its incredible sales.
Great news for some HP printer owners as the company has expanded the number of its printers that work with Apple’s AirPrint feature. The number of printers compatible with the service has jumped by eight, according to HP's official AirPrint site.
If you have a printer that is not AirPrint friendly, getting a file to print from your iPad can be a hassle. There are many apps to help you with this task. This AppGuide will give you the best apps to print various files from your non-AirPrint printer.
Thanks to the astonishing success of the iPad, Apple was the number one PC manufacturer in Q4, 2010, according to a recent DisplaySearch report. Apple is now ahead of HP, Acer, Dell, and Toshiba, and has accounted for 17.2 percent of all PC shipments made in Q4, 2010.
Moments ago, HP finally entered the tablet war with both feet by introducing the TouchPad, the first real offspring of HP's Palm acquisition.
By curiosity, we've been following some of the liveblogs covering the event, and we had the pleasant surprise to hear about some interesting new ideas HP is bringing to the tablet table (the Palm brand has apparently been retired, RIP). I wouldn't be surprised for some of these to become standards, and who knows, make it to iOS. So come find out about them.
When a PC magazine calls you the “Golden Apple” you must be doing something right. PCWorld readers who took part in the publication’s annual Reliability and Service Survey agree when it comes to Apple. Read more ...
I don't like to bash the competition. Actually, I do, but sometimes they just ask for it. In a video that hit the web this morning, an unidentified individual leaked what seems to be an unreleased/upcoming HP slate.
As a follow-up to our previous story, "Print Directly From Your iPhone Or iPad For Only $99", we have a very important update. Many trying to use the printers as advertised are coming up disappointed and now we know why.
The capabilities of Apple's iDevices have been expanding. Document viewing and editing have become more common, bringing a growing need for printing capability. Luckily, HP is now offering a simple, inexpensive solution that will do just that.