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IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad Laptops Remain Corporate Favorites After 25 Years SLIDESHOW

ThinkPad laptops became standard equipment for millions of corporate PC users after they were introduced by IBM on Oct. 5, 1992. Today Lenovo continues to produce ThinkPads, which are thinner, lighter and more powerful than ever.

Former Intel CEO Paul Otellini Dies at 66

Intel generated more revenue during his eight-year tenure as CEO than it did during the company’s previous 45 years.
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Lenovo T470 Among the Best Business Ultrabooks on Today's Market SLIDESHOW

The Lenovo T470 ThinkPad isn't the thinnest or lightest laptop on the market, but it has a combination of features and reliability to be among the best business ultrabooks on the market.
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Lenovo’s ThinkPad T470 Continues Durable T-series Tradition

REVIEW: The latest version of the venerable ThinkPad T-series laptop computer still looks like its many ancestors, but it’s thinner, lighter and faster, while retaining the legendary T-series toughness.

HPE Opens High-Performance Flash Storage for Midsize Businesses

The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company was busy this week releasing a flotilla of new infrastructure items aimed at cost-conscious small and midrange customers.

Velocity Micro ProMagix RS Workstations Priced for High-End Buyers SLIDESHOW

Velocity Micro's ProMagix RS PC workstations have top-end components for buyers who are prepared to pay extra for powerful computers.

Why the Mainframe Needs to Become More Mainstream SLIDESHOW

While the mainframe is still too valuable for organizations to give up, it must evolve for modern-day computing. This slide show offers tips on doing so.

macOS High Sierra Low on Big New Advances, But Has Valuable Features SLIDESHOW

macOS High Sierra doesn't include as many enhancements as the preceding version, but there are enough improvements, such as the new Apple File System, that make it worth checking out.
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Toshiba X20W-D Business Ultrabook Is Tough as it Is Versatile SLIDESHOW

Life on the road with the Toshiba X20W-D ultrabook is enhanced by its thin profile, at 0.61 inches thick and a weight of about 2.5 pounds, in a rugged magnesium alloy case with a Corning Gorilla Glass 4 screen.
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Toshiba’s Portégé X20W-D Business Ultrabook Is Tough and Reliable

REVIEW: This laptop is built for business travel as well as for work in the office. It comes with the features you expect in a very thin form that’s as attractive as it is portable.

Dell EMC Still Reeling from Merger Costs After Year One

For Q2 2018, revenue came in at $19.3 billion, down about $800 million from two quarters ago, but profitability is still proving elusive.
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Intel Introduces Xeon Scalable Chips for High-End Workstations VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Intel brings Xeon Scalable ships to high-end workstations; Dragonfly 2.0 hackers targeting the energy sector, Symantec finds; Trend Micro offering $500K in security awards at Mobile Pwn2Own 2017; and there's more.

Why Microsoft Is Likely to Introduce New Surface Models in October SLIDESHOW

Microsoft is planning its next Future Decoded developer event in the London at the end of October, where it’s expected the company will unveil new Surface PC models.

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