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REVIEW: Dell’s new Latitude 5290 business tablet is really a laptop replacement and it’s a worthy competitor to Microsoft’s Surface Pro tablet.
Designed for content creators, social media experts and enterprise marketing professionals, the Hydrogen One smartphone from Red offers new video capabilities.
IoT news: AT&T launches the LTE-M Button powered by Amazon Web Services, which offers customers one-click service that is expected to save time and money for scores of users.
NEWS ANALYSIS: In a surprise Tweet over the weekend, President Donald Trump announced that he has instructed the Department of Commerce to back off its order preventing sales to ZTE.
DAILY VIDEO: Cavium introduces the ThunderX2 Arm server chip for data center systems, and Red Hat advances OpenShift with IBM and Microsoft integrations.
This is the largest acquisition Walmart has made to date; it bought European supermarket chain Asda Group PLC for about $10.8 billion in 1999.
DAILY VIDEO: Drone makers work with the FAA on miles-long beyond line of sight flights, and Stripe launches a new security app for fraud teams.
Chris Preimesberger | Updated
With the recent introduction of Facebook’s Oculus Go, the idea of putting augmented and virtual reality applications to work on a daily basis suddenly becomes reality. How would you like to see this technology used?
NEWS ANALYSIS: We’re only a short time away from allowing our cars to make traffic decisions in transporting us around town; now we’re on the edge of letting digital assistants make dinner reservations for us—also without human intervention.
Smartphone makers posted generous profits in the first quarter of 2018 according to the latest IDC market report. But total smartphone shipments declined 2.9 percent in the period.
REVIEW: The latest version of HP’s thinnest business laptop computer, the EliteBook 1040, is thinner, lighter and faster than last year’s, but are those features enough for business users?
NEWS ANALYSIS: Commercial drone maker PrecisionHawk worked with the Federal Aviation Administration and Mitre Corp. to produce the Pathfinder Report that outlines how drones can be used safely at long distances for commercial use.