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NEWS ANALYSIS: Intel says it has discovered the root cause of random processor reboots and updated the list of affected systems, which appears to be nearly all of them.
Lenovo and JP introduce new Windows PCs for the classroom with prices starting at under $200.
Increasing numbers of big-data workloads and the rise of real-time computing have slowed production in the cloud; conventional architectures have been unable to meet future demand. Edge computing is coming to the rescue.
Former Emerson Network Power adds air-conditioning capabilities for cloud, colocation providers and commercial and industrial segment.
Market research companies Gartner and IDC found that weak PC sales continued into the third quarter with Gartner reporting a steep 8 percent year-over-year decline in U.S. PC shipments.
Using an Arm-based, smartphone-inspired processor from Qualcomm, Lenovo's Miix 630 can last up to 20 hours between charges.
Asus showed off two new all-in-one desktops at CES 2018, the Vivo AiO V272 with a 27-inch multi-touch screen and the smaller Vivo AiO V222 with a “frameless” screen.
Since the days before everybody carried his/her own camera in a smartphone, Polaroid has made its main business that of 3D printing. In fact, the company introduced four new 3D desktop printers at this year’s show.
NEWS ANALYSIS: "Fun" is now becoming "functional." For example, the use of virtual and augmented reality started out as “fun” consumer apps and are now being used in health care, oil and gas exploration and myriad other professional applications.
A recent teardown by iFixit finds that there's a lot to like inside Apple's iMac Pro, but if you do want to upgrade, swapping out many of its components is no easy task.
Razer’s Project Linda is testing whether computer buyers will accept the concept of a notebook PC that gets its processing power from an Android Razer Phone.
DAILY VIDEO: HP recalls 50,000 laptop models after battery fires and melting incidents; Samsung displaces Intel atop the semiconductor market; Google removes nearly two dozen malware-laden Android apps from Play; and there's more.