Watch This Unattended Laptop Burn Down an Office
The HP laptop battery fire shows that you should take product recalls very seriously.
After 2,500 Years, a Chinese Gaming Mystery is Solved
With the help of huge servers and time, a computer scientist calculates all the legal positions in the game of Go.
This Marketing Campaign Shows How Desperate PC Makers Are Getting
This is what disruption looks like.
Carly Fiorina May Have Revealed State Secrets by Bragging About Helping the NSA
In boasting about sending servers to the NSA after 9/11, Fiorina might have revealed classified information.
Microsoft Doesn’t Want Your Grandma to Fall for This Tech Support Scam
The company is working with the AARP to combat a scam that’s costing victims billions of dollars annually.
Carly Fiorina: I Supplied HP Servers for NSA Snooping
The GOP presidential candidate also defended waterboarding in an interview Monday.
The Internet of Things Can't Keep Your Data Safe
HP asks, 'Do these devices really need to collect this personal information to function properly?'
Hewlett-Packard Admits to International Bribery and Money Laundering Schemes
HP will pay $108 million in fines and forfeitures for bribing officials in Russia, Poland, and Mexico with elaborate slush funds.
Social Media Dipshits: Stop Treating Us Like Fuckwits
And stop calling yourselves "social media snipers," "digital Sinatras," "digital inventionists," "technology whisperers," "content kings," "brand activators," "brand pollinators," and "change agents" (all terms pulled from actual Twitter bios of social...
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Jimmy Kimmel Is a Shitty Advertising Copywriter
Jimmy Kimmel, host of <i>Jimmy Kimmel Live!</i>—a not-live, pre-recorded TV show—and his Jackhole Productions staff recently horked up an in-show ad for Tostitos dubbed “The Worst Contest Ever.” It lives up to its name.
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Even at 40, the First Scientific Pocket Calculator Still Looks Sexy as 7734
On February 1, 1972, Hewlett Packard introduced the world's first scientific pocket calculator, the HP-35. You may be thinking, really, who cares but a bunch of geeks. That's exactly what the marketing people at HP thought when Bill Hewlett released...