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Intel Xeon E7 could herald the end of Itanium

Intel this week took the wraps off the Xeon E7 V2 processor, which features 15-cores designed to handle the kind of workload associated with big data.

Your next desktop could be an Android device

Do you have any ideas on how an Android desktop could be utilized in the enterprise?

HP SlateBook X2 is serious Android laptop hybrid

Hewlett-Packard this week took the wraps off a new laptop-tablet hybrid that runs on the Android operating system. The SlateBook X2 is priced at $479.99, and comes with both the tablet and keyboard dock portion in the same package. It is not possible to buy the tablet as a stand-alone item.

HP launches Moonshot 1500 with Intel Atom server cartridges

HP says Moonshot systems use 89 percent less power, 80 percent less space and cost 77 percent less than conventional servers.

HP to start selling Atom-based Project Moonshot servers next quarter

Hewlett-Packard will ship its first low-power server for hyperscale computing environments next quarter, said CEO Meg Whitman.

HP's PC unit will be tough sell; rumors of Samsung takeover surface

The announcement last week by Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) that it is looking at "strategic alternatives" for a sale or spin-off of its Personal Systems Group unit, which deals in PCs and mobile

HP TouchPad highly sought-after in death

As reported on FierceMobileIT, HP (NYSE: HPQ) announced last week that it is killing off its webOS devices business in a dramatic reversal of its initial move to acquire Palm, the maker of webOS, for

Q&A with Lee Johns of HP StorageWorks

As part of this month's focus on storage, I wanted to explore various facets of this very essential but comparatively less-noticed aspect of an enterprise IT environment. I decided to feature HP

HP unveils webOS-based TouchPad; takes on the iPad

As expected, Hewlett Packard (NYSE: HPQ) earlier this week unveiled its TouchPad tablet, which comes with a 9.7-inch capacitance screen, a front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera, dual-core 1.2GHz CPU and

Top PC makers offer refunds, replacements for Intel chipset flaw

Top PC makers such as Hewlett Packard (NYSE: HPQ) and Asus have offered to fix the flawed Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) Sandy Beach chipset as soon as replacement parts arrive. In addition, they will also