HP has done exactly that. They have a new logo. Well, almost.
This is the doing of their current CEO, Meg Whitman who was handed the tough mantle of leading one of the world’s largest computer manufacturing companies.
The big-wigs at HP have probably realized that the HP brand is ‘just there’. IT does not evoke any excitement anymore and needs a restructuring.
HP has not changed their logo. Here we thought this was going to happen. This comes in the latest as HP has been having a bad case of fumbling with the CEOs as this project is rumoured to have actually started in 2008 but has not yet been implemented.
As you may have noticed from the image above, the new proposed logo is a clever play that eliminates the vertical planning whilst tilting the logo to a 13 degree turn in a clockwise fashion.
HP started on working on this logo modification. Find the images here.
Looks pretty cool if you ask me. They should adopt it. Anyone else think so?
Browsing the internet on our mobile phones has become more or less and everyday thing.
The issue of looking up information on your mobile phone be it for learning purposes or even verifying fact is something we have all done at one point or another in time.
Symbian Anna was launched a few months back and marked a lot of improvements in the Symbian Operating system as a whole. The most remarkable improvement though has got to be the new browser.
Symbian Anna comes with a streamlined UI that has seen the removal of the double layer of icons at the bottom of the browsing window and has instead replaced them with a small back arrow that is always on show and an options icon that can call up various different tasks such as bookmarks, history or the exit button. That makes for some extra room up top to include a convenient address bar for easy URL typing and web searching.
The new browser offers more room for text and by extension more room to type content in. Read more »
Well, I am a techie, and a connectivity junkie. I don’t need to tell you that this requires me to have access to my emails, my social networks, my blog and all within reach, even in the deadest of the night.
Searching for a good phone much like searching for a good woman, is normally a daunting task as we all have our strong point while looking. Some go for sleek design, light weight, camera functionality, durable body types and/or ability to live on the phone on the go.
Having said this, I recently met an auspiciously different kind of woman. Yes; she is sleek and yes; she is a killer on the body. Albeit a bit heavy, she caught my eye. Sliding up from different positions encouraging me to feel her cool glossy texture, she indeed made my evening.
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