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Samsung, LG and Dell have announced their ultra widescreen, 21:9 cinemascope monitors in the last few days at CES, along with more 4K screens. Not surprisingly, the world's no.1 PC company is making sure they have equivalent models to quench the new trend.
Tech News Microsoft makes Office 365 ProPlus Benefit available for students and educators in Asia Pacific
Microsoft has announced that from now on, eligible education institutions across Asia Pacific can provide an Office 365 ProPlus subscription at no extra costs for all students, faculty, and staff.
Tech News Hewlett-Packard’s Sprout brings us one step closer to a reality of gesture-based computing
Sprout is a new desktop computer being developed by HP that looks like a regular all-in-one PC, but replaces the traditional keyboard and mouse with a touch-enabled mat and downward-facing 3D scanner.
Tech News HP will split into two companies; one to focus on enterprise solutions, the other will be end-consumer centric
HP will split into two public companies; Hewlett-Packard Enterprise and HP Inc.. HP Enterprise will focus on business solutions, while PCs and printers will fall under the purview of HP Inc.. It will also retain the current HP logo.
HP has just announced three new Envy printers for the home user, the Envy 7640, 5640 and 5530. The flagship model comes with the new Wi-Fi Direct feature and NFC, while all printers feature HP print apps. Curious to find out more? Hit the link then.
HP is rumored to be launching a new smart watch this fall, designed in collaboration with designer Michael Bastian and online retailer Glit.
Tech News HP Datapass Coming to Singapore
HP Datapass, HP's embedded mobile broadband service is coming to Singapore. The service gives customers with compatible devices access to 250MB/month of free 4G data on their device for two years, without the need for a dongle, SIM card or contract.
HP has announced the expansion of its HP Advisory Services consulting suite today, which is designed to help businesses and governments in Asia Pacific and Japan transition towards what HP is calling the "New Style of IT."