Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka has spent her career expanding opportunities for women, and in 2020 is promoting education and digital literacy as a way to drive gender equality.
A call to action and innovation for companies, employees, and business leaders as we face the global COVID-19 crisis.
During Black History Month, we look back at the career of the mathematician and entrepreneur, who got his start in tech at HP nearly six decades ago and has since paved the way for African-Americans in Silicon Valley.
Unique and creative print pieces are a powerful way to break through the influx of ads, alerts, posts, and emails customers receive.
Getting a handle on your digital images is easy if you cultivate a few simple habits from professional organizers.
Connect with friends and family over real experiences that are worth remembering — no filter or password required.
History of Memory
Can one photo change your life? Explore true, amazing stories about photographs that have done just that. Plus: Learn how to print, protect and preserve your own precious memories.
The fashion world and other manufacturers can’t wait to get their hands on this magical “box” that captures the texture of any material in 3D.
Meet eight women who are shaping an innovative, inclusive culture in virtual reality filmmaking.
A new short film from HP and the actor, director, and activist explores human connections and our relationship with technology.
“People are trying to find ways to get off of their screens and interact face to face.”
Cancer deaths are dropping, and these new technologies have the potential to reduce them even further in the next decade.
A new generation of lighter, more efficient, 3D-manufactured vehicles could be the next small thing in sustainable transportation.
Practicing in front of a virtual audience can make you a better — and braver — public speaker.
The new working-from-home reality requires business leaders and companies do everything they can to set their employees up for success.
The HP Fellow for HP’s Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Compute Lab is teaching computers to “see” patterns and flaws.
Get ready for faster connections, more immersive experiences, and a new era of planet-friendly devices.
During National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the dramatic, inspiring story of the “Bald Ballerina” is told in the VR film The 100%.
This engineer and dancer is on a mission to empower more black and Latina girls to explore technology through dance.
Meet three teachers who use technology to make learning more engaging and accessible to all students.