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The first day of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference focused on the debut of diverse array of computer hardware including new iPad Pros, iMac Pro and even new smart-home hub called the HomePod.
Apple had to get back into the voice-enabled home market sooner or later, because it had fallen behind Amazon and Google. HomePod may fill that requirement.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The timing of the 5nm breakthrough--which means faster, smaller and lower-power processors--couldn't be better, thanks to the huge number of new IoT devices in the transom.
The Eve V hybrid notebook-tablet PC is a crowd-sources hardware development project, but its features are strong enough to serve as a viable alternative to the more expensive Microsoft Surface Pro.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Normally Apple’s World Wide Developer’s Conference is a software-only event. but Apple has been playing around with the calendar lately, so expect some hardware, too.
Microsoft and its hardware partners are working on Windows 10-powered PCs featuring eSIM connectivity, some packing ARM processors.
Chip makers AMD, ARM and Intel introduced important new chip designs while computer makers brought their latest PC models and peripherals to Computex 2017 in Taipei.
Revenue in HPE's enterprise group division fell nearly 13 percent to $6.24 billion in the quarter ended April 30 — the steepest decline in several quarters. HPC and storage did well, however.
Dell, HP and other Microsoft hardware partners ready their Windows Mixed Reality Headsets for the holidays.
Microsoft's hardware partners show off new high-performance PCs based on AMD's Ryzen processor architecture to possibly breath new life into the chip makers business prospect.
Intel new X-series platform features a maximum of 18 cores and 36 threads, with pricing ranging from $242 to $2,000.
The Cortex-A75 and -A55 are based on the chip designer’s DynamIQ architecture, which offers greater flexibility, performance and energy efficiency.