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Here’s HP laptop battery recall 2018 issue details, and info on how to check if your laptop model is affected by it.

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Many popular HP laptop models have come pre-installed with keylogger software. Here’s what you need to do about them.

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It doesn’t take a certified genius to understand that it’s a brave new world that we live in, meaning that even established companies will, on occasion, have to diversity their product offering to appeal to consumers in the ever-changing digital landscape. We may think of Hewlett Packard as one of the largest and most established PC makers in the business, but it seems that a change is as good as the rest, resulting in the company designing and manufacturing a backpack that not only acts as your standard carry-all, but one that sports a familiar looking exterior that abstracts away the fact that it has a number of battery charging features hidden within.

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This is HP Spectre, the world’s thinnest laptop that is set to take on Apple’s MacBook. Here are details on its price, specs and release date.

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You can once again buy a real Windows-based tablet computer for just $79 – and even less when you take into account the freebies it comes with. More details can be found right here past the jump.

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This week, as you’ll likely have gleaned, is the Consumer Electronics Show, or CES, and many of the big names in tech have embarked on Las Vegas to showcase their big new releases for 2015. HP is among them, and as well as detailing a bunch of new products related to Google’s Chrome OS, the computer maker has just unveiled a nifty looking mini PC range that offers a sleek form factor, decent internal hardware and a price that should appeal to the masses.

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Since Apple introduced the first MacBook Air and then the subsequent, much improved models, other laptop makers have been trying to replicate the formula that has seen the Air do so well. Some, usually via straight cloning of the design language, have been more successful than others. The ones that have really managed to produce something truly impressive are those that have taken the design of the Air and pushed further.

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If you’re approaching this festive season with one eye on purchasing a low-cost laptop or an extremely cheap Android tablet then it could be worth holding off on the usual – but somewhat limited – options.

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Smartwatches are all the rage right now, even though few real products have shipped out of any of what we would expect to be big players in the fledgling market. One big technology player who we might not expect to turn its hand to the quest for the fashion accessory of the year is HP, but it seems that the company that sells servers to the enterprise is also working on selling watches to consumers.

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Hewlett Packard famously exited the smartphone and tablet industry back in 2011 when they made the business decision to retire webOS. After concentrating its collective efforts on a number of different industries, HP will today announce its plans to re-enter the mobile space by introducing two “phablets” that will initially be introduced into the Indian marketplace. The 6 and 7-inch VoiceTab devices are billed as tablets, but will come enabled with voice features that will bring calling capabilities to the hardware.

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The tablet market has, up until recently, been pretty one dimensional, but now it’s emerging into a battle fought on several different fronts. The original iPad first arrived in 2010, and having tried to emulate its success by essentially emulating its design, competitors have taken revised approaches. As well as the smaller tablet (see Google-ASUS Nexus 7), there’s now a Microsoft-lead push for so-called hybrid devices – tablets which can also double up as notebooks and ultrabooks with attachable keyboards.

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It has been an interesting few weeks and months for webOS, the mobile operating system that technology giant HP picked up as part of its acquisition of Palm.

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