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NEWS ANALYSIS: The Eye Control feature that will be in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will provide a computer accessibility tool that typically was only available in custom-built systems.
HPE announced that its 50.1 percent portion of the Micro Focus software business will be spun off into yet a new entity called Seattle SpinCo, Inc., at the close of business on Aug. 21.
Upgrade programs aren't just for smartphones. Buyers can now pay monthly for their Surface Devices and upgrade early.
Microsoft hides a fingerprint scanner in its newest keyboard for improved login security using Windows 10.
Velocity Micro, which is better known for its PC models designed for the home and for gamers, has introduced a line of high-end PC workstations equipped with the processing power to handle corporate workloads.
Despite the fact that PC shipments worldwide continue to decline, the Client Computing Group made a strong showing with 12 percent revenue growth at $8.2 billion in revenue.
HP is introducing two new Pavilion all-in-one desktops that come with plenty of options and a low starting price, so consumers and business buyers can select a model that best fits their budgets.
Foxconn, which makes Apple's iPhone and other products in China, won't make connected devices, at least at first. It will make flat-screen displays.
Intel's Core i7 processors have been on the market for nearly a decade. Now Intel says the Core i9 will raise the computing power bar for many types of computer designs.
Boutique PC makers produce some of the best quality desktops on the market that can serve are fine alternatives to the big-name brands. Here are 10 of the best.
Samsung believes that its volume production of the 8GB HBM2 will cover more than 50 percent of its HBM2 production by the first half of next year.
Long in Intel's shadow, AMD is looking to shake up the PC processor market this year with the introduction of the Ryzen Threadripper CPUs that promise speedy performance for both consumer and business computers.
Research firm Gartner reported that world PC shipments fell for the 11th straight quarter as computer users increasingly rely on smartphones, tablets or even Chromebooks for their computing power.