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Nvidia's latest graphics processing unit, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, is designed to provide processing power to drive the latest video games as well as virtual reality devices and applications.
This service offers on-demand scalability of workload acceleration with FPGAs while reducing upfront investment risks.
As the data center refreshes move through Facebook's daily production IT, the Bryce Canyon storage will become the new mainstay of the data centers.
Apple device management specialist Jamf has released a survey that shows that the corporate world no longer has reservations about buying Apple computers and smartphones.
AMD's new Ryzen processors are gaining attention because they are the first AMD CPUs in years to challenge Intel's dominance in the desktop market.
The good top-line performance was driven by strength in the Personal Systems segment and strong sales of newly launched products, including a new Chromebook PC.
Company brought in $2.17 billion, up 55 percent from $1.4 billion a year earlier and up 8 percent from $2 billion in the previous quarter.
Microsoft announces new purchasing options, including a 30-day trial period that allows potential users to try out the digital whiteboard and teleconferencing system.
Like other computer makers, Lenovo is investing heavily in two-in-one hybrids that work as a tablet or a notebook. But Feb. 6 the company added to its collection a hybrid device called the Lenovo Yoga A12 that runs the Android mobile operating system. Like other Lenovo Yoga devices, the computer...
The virtual-reality market is soaring and, according to most industry analysts, adoption will rise significantly in 2017. Google is investing heavily in the virtual-reality technology with Daydream VR, a platform it’s developed to allow smartphone makers, developers and consumers to explore...
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