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Leap Motion has announced a partnership with HP to embed 3D motion control in a line of computers.
This relationship will start with the Leap Motion Controller bundled with select upcoming products, and will evolve into this innovative form of human/computer interaction being embedded right into a set of HP products.
So webOS wasn't doing so well before, and after a prolonged wait was announced to be open sourced. Following this, HP have now released details on the process leading up to the code being released as the finished product, which will be called Open webOS 1.0.
The company went into great detail about the matters at hand, and told developers to expect open sourcing to be complete by September time.
Three years have passed since Moving Brands were hired by HP to redesign the brand imagery through a radical overhaul, and rediscover the identity of the company through improved visual output.
This is the first time we've been able to see the complete proposition in public, and it's quite a transformation. The company have departed from the circlular design and opted instead for a pretty minimalist four-line motif; but they haven't rid themselves of the slant in the lettering.
MSNBC has reported an apparent security risk that may affect millions of HP LaserJet printer owners; giving hackers the opportunity to steal data or physically destroy your printer through uncertified software updates.