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Rumors have circulated for years that Apple was planning to introduce a high-end television. Those rumors have surfaced again, this time claiming that Apple is testing a 60-inch TV. Here is what we would like to see in an Apple TV.
The joint venture partners continue to battle in court as Toshiba pushes to unilaterally invest in a memory fabrication facility separately from its partnership with Western Digital.
Desktops might not be the most fashionable PC model these days, but they still hold significant value for corporate users.
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.
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 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.
Company sold 41 million iPhones in the quarter, but iPads were newsier; Apple shipped a whopping 11.4 million tablets, its biggest non-holiday quarter for the tablet in more than two years.
Upgrade programs aren't just for smartphones. Buyers can now pay monthly for their Surface Devices and upgrade early.
Microsoft hides a fingerprint scanner in its newest keyboard for improved login security using Windows 10.
The wait is finally over. All users can now download and install Windows 10 Creators Update, provided there isn't an Intel Atom Clover Trail processor under the hood.
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.