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With its all-in-one design and processing power there are sound reasons to buy Apple's newly released iMac Pro. But its $5,000 starting price is only one of the reasons why some buyers might decide pass up Apple latest desktop computer.
The more powerful iMac Pro workstations can be equipped with 8-, 10- or 18-core Intel Xenon CPUs and up to 128GB of memory, with pricing starting at $4,999.
The processors are based on the chip maker’s 14nm Gemini Lake architecture and look to strike a balance between performance and connectivity.
DAILY VIDEO: Nvidia's powerful Titan V GPU takes aim at AI on the PC; why HBO chose Kubernetes to help stream "Game of Thrones"; Microsoft asserts Windows is gaining ground in the education market; and there's more.
The race to reach students is heating up with Microsoft reporting growing demand for Windows devices in classrooms.
The company's new Titan V product with its 110 teraflops of performance is designed for scientists and researchers who want to run HPC workloads on their PCs.
Consumer Reports rated many of the best laptops on the market today based on performance, versatility, display quality and more. This slide show looks at 10 of the best laptops included in Consumer Reports rankings.
UPDATED NEWS ANALYSIS: Intel’s Management Engine, which runs inside most recent Intel processors, can be hijacked by hackers, who can then gain unlimited access to everything on the device.
HP and Asus will be among the first to offer "Always Connected PCs" that run Windows 10 on Arm-based processors.
They may not be the most glamorous PC makers, but budget-conscious online shoppers have put Acer and Asus notebooks on the stop of Amazon's best-seller list.
NEWS ANALYSIS: If one goes strictly by the numbers, which can be manipulated but do not lie, Whitman has had a successful reign in the big chair. The stock values of both HP Enterprise and HP Inc. have improved on her watch.
Semiconductor industry analyst TrendForce reported that the global revenue for semiconductor foundries will reach $57.3 billion in 2017, an increase of 7.1 percent over 2016.