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Intel Core-X

Intel Readies Core-X Desktop Chips Aimed at Gamers, Content Creators

The chip maker is promising 20 to 30 percent performance improvement for VR content creation, 4K video editing and gaming as it looks to push back at AMD's Ryzen challenge.
Microsoft Eye Control

Microsoft Eye Control Makes Accessibility Widely Available to Disabled

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 Reveals Details for Spin-off of Its Software Business

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.
Microsoft Surface Book

Microsoft Launches Surface Plus Financing and Upgrade Program

Upgrade programs aren't just for smartphones. Buyers can now pay monthly for their Surface Devices and upgrade early.
Microsoft Biometric Keyboard

Microsoft's New Keyboard Scans Fingerprints for Secure Logins

Microsoft hides a fingerprint scanner in its newest keyboard for improved login security using Windows 10.

Velocity Micro Designs ProMagix Workstations for Business Workloads SLIDESHOW

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.

Intel Earnings Beat Street, Despite Worldwide Dip in PC Sales

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’s New Pavilions Bring Style, Productivity to All-in-One Desktops SLIDESHOW

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 to Invest $10 Billion in New Wisconsin Manufacturing Plant

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.

How Intel’s Core X CPUs Will Bring New Power to Computer Designs SLIDESHOW

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.
Digital Storm Aventum 3

10 Boutique PC Makers Deliver Desktop Alternatives to Big-Name Brands SLIDESHOW

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 Decides to Ratchet Up Production of High-End DRAM

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.

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