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Investing in the future: HP Tech Ventures

I visited CNBC last week to discuss HP Tech Ventures, our new corporate venture arm that will invest and create partnerships with start-ups that are aligned with emerging technology areas that we believe will be the building blocks for the future – 3D Transformation, Immersive Experiences, Hyper-Mobility, Internet of Things and Smart Machines.

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3D Printing: More Than Just a New Way of Making Things

We’re already seeing glimpses of the potential of 3D printing. Automobiles and airplanes are using 3D-printed parts that are stronger and lighter than anything made by conventional manufacturing. Disabled children and injured animals are walking on 3D-printed custom prosthetics. Astronauts on the International Space Station can print tools based on digital designs emailed from Earth. And increasingly, medical engineers aim

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SXSW | The Next Industrial Revolution: Hype or Reality?

I’m really looking forward to heading off to Austin in a few days to participate in SXSW this year.  From music to makers and everything in between, what I love about this annual event is the celebratory spirit around innovation, creativity and collaboration. Peter Weijmarshausen, Shapeways CEO, and I will take the stage at SX Create this year to discuss

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3D Printing: Driving the Next Industrial Revolution at hub conference

Our physical and digital worlds are on a collision course to form what we at HP call Blended Reality – a world in which 3D printing and immersive computing platforms will easily take things from the physical world into digital and back again. I recently had the chance to share our vision on how Blended Reality is driving the next

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