HP technology is making old ways of collecting and displaying specimens obsolete at Yale’s Peabody Museum of Natural History.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are using HP bioprinters in the race to discover new antibiotics.
With the launch of Metal Jet, HP is taking 3D printing from prototyping to the factory floor of the automotive, heavy industrial and medical industries.
At Adobe MAX, Z by HP takes center stage with new tools, powerful PCs and services for creative pros.
Gaming isn’t just a hobby, it’s a lifestyle. The new apparel line is centered around iconic style and maximum comfort.
With a new stadium, serious competition, and national collegiate leagues, the Harrisburg University gaming festival raises the bar on varsity esports.
How the high-tech inspiration for the HP Spectre Folio came from handcrafted traditions.
Thanks to an industrial design renaissance, technology is becoming softer, friendlier and more domesticated.
Comics are having a beautiful — and diverse — renaissance.
“The amazing entries from the HP Mars Home Planet challenge give us a virtual window into what life on Mars could be like for a million members of humanity.”
Luckily, there are ways to protect yourself from the smooth talk of “social engineers” who want your private data.
Custom 3D-printed footwear is changing how athletic shoes are made and the very definition of a good fit.
Studies show that complex, immersive video gaming can boost memory, focus and a host of other cognitive skills.
In honor of Veterans Day, HP sparks a conversation about the stereotypes and challenges veterans face in joining the workforce in its latest Reinvent Mindsets video.
HP taps global creatives in video campaign for first-ever leather, premium convertible PC, Spectre Folio.
Bedazzled nails, jewelry and bivalves with bespoke furniture: This 24-year-old artist-engineer explores the quirky side of 3D printing.
HP and the WONDER Project are working together to make childbirth safer for women everywhere.
Copia’s platform helps businesses donate excess food and is expanding into distributing emergency supplies.
From detailed figurines of literary characters to tactile versions of Monopoly, 3D printing innovations make everyday activities more accessible.