Comments: 0Friday, February 27th 2009 - 16:30 CET
HP announces HP iPrint Photo, a free application available on the Apple App store that gives iPhone and iPod touch customers the ability to easily print photos anytime, anywhere. HP iPrint Photo is the first photo printing application of its kind and allows for quick and easy wireless printing of 4 x 6-inch photos from an iPhone or iPod touch to most HP inkjet printers connected to a local Wi-Fi network. The application is fully compatible with Apple’s Bonjour technology and uses the innovative Multi-Touch interface for the easiest and fastest wireless iPhone or iPod touch print experience.
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Comments: 0Monday, March 17th 2008 - 22:00 CET
HP has been around in the smartphone world for a few years now. Some years ago Compaq was taken over by HP. Since then the name iPAQ is being used for mobile phones of Hewlett Packard. Mid 2007 HP put the iPAQ 514 voice messenger on the market. The HP iPAQ 514 is a straight to the point business device. The consumer looking for a cell phone with a high resolution camera and enhanced multimedia player should forget about the HP 514. The HP iPAQ 514 has been equipped with Windows Mobile 6 and offers many functions that will appeal to the business user. Thanks to its price of around € 200 we can easily call it the cheapest business handset at the moment.• Read our full HP iPAQ review
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Comments: 0Thursday, December 27th 2007 - 14:17 CET
Four by six-inch digital prints through HP’s Snapfish service now have an everyday low price of 9 cents a print - providing consumers with an easy and more affordable way of preserving favorite moments from 2007 and the New Year memories to come. In addition, prices for pre-paid prints are as low as 8 cents each. Either option provides more than 50 percent savings compared to those of other photo-sharing sites. With these price reductions, Snapfish members continue to have access to the best value in photography.
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Comments: 0Thursday, July 12th 2007 - 15:57 CEST
HP demonstrated a color matching technology that could change the way people shop for products that require color coordination, such as cosmetics. HP Labs, the company’s central research arm, has developed a technology that uses sophisticated imaging algorithms and mobile networking to match colors that complement one another, including makeup specific to skin coloring. Retailers, consumer goods and other companies that require a high level of color or image coordination could implement the technology to offer services that help their customers select the right products for their needs. The color matching technology, builds on HP’s expertise in imaging, color science, mobility and networking.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, May 15th 2007 - 22:19 CEST
HP announced new mobile software solutions that will help people use personalized video services to enliven their interactions with family, friends and social communities. The HP OpenCall Mobile Video Solutions portfolio includes three flexible, standards-based offerings that can be deployed in high-speed 3G networks. They enable people to send and receive video messages as easily as voice messages, create animated call response messages, and enjoy a wide range of video services, such as video blogging.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, May 15th 2007 - 22:18 CEST
HP announced a prototype software suite and website to enable people to design, create and share location-based experiences, games and tours with friends, family and others, anywhere in the world. The site makes available a new HP Labs technology, code-named “mscape,” that overlays digital sight, sounds and interactions on the physical world to create immersive and interactive experiences called mediascapes.
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Comments: 0Friday, April 6th 2007 - 16:06 CEST
HP outlined its strategy to capitalize on the rapid growth in online, mobile and PC gaming and demonstrated some of the company’s advanced technologies applicable for the gaming industry. Gaming applications demand massive amounts of raw computing power and scalability to achieve high levels of interactivity. HP will focus on providing the technology that powers PC, online and mobile gaming, including infrastructure and workstations for gaming companies, content developers and service providers that participate in this demanding and rapidly growing market.
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Comments: 0Monday, February 12th 2007 - 15:42 CET
HP introduced the latest HP iPAQ device, a sleek and small smartphone that delivers a flexible wireless email experience for business customers through convenient voice control and hands-free operation. The HP iPAQ 500 series Voice Messenger features voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) capabilities, “push” email and the latest Windows Mobile 6 operating system. With up to six hours of continuous talk time on a fully charged battery, the HP iPAQ Voice Messenger also leads the competition in battery life. As the first in HP’s new smartphone lineup, the HP iPAQ 500 series helps highly mobile professionals stay connected wherever they are. More than 20 voice commands available on the iPAQ offer customers hands-free operation.
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Comments: 0Monday, January 8th 2007 - 00:00 CET
As part of the collaboration, future HP broadband wireless notebooks will integrate Vodafone’s global 3G and 3G broadband (HSDPA) high-speed service. This will enable customers to enjoy more secure wireless access to email, the Internet and critical business data while living, working or traveling throughout major Vodafone markets including Western Europe and the Pacific region. “More and more business professionals around the world are looking to improve productivity by staying more connected while on the move with high-speed wireless networks,” said Eric Cador, senior vice president, Personal Systems Group – Europe, Middle East and Africa, HP.
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Comments: 0Tuesday, January 2nd 2007 - 03:17 CET
Flextronics Components Group, a division of Flextronics and HP announced a five-year technology collaboration agreement to help mobile camera phone users capture photos with the same high quality they achieve from their digital still cameras. As part of the agreement, HP will provide an exclusive license of its image processing technology to Flextronics for use in camera modules, in return for a royalty. Originally designed for the award-winning HP Photosmart digital cameras, HP’s image processing technology will correct and enhance digital images in Flextronics- designed and manufactured camera modules.
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