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Samsung to Show New Chromebook Code-Named 'Nautilus' at CES: Reports SLIDESHOW

Media reports say that Samsung is getting ready to introduce a new Chromebook, code-named "Nautilus" that will be a high-end follow on the popular models it introduced in 2017.
Surface Pro

Microsoft Selling Surface Pro With LTE Advanced to Consumers

Briefly available only to business customers, Surface Pro with LTE Advanced is now available to consumers through Microsoft online store and from certain brick-and-mortar outlets.

Despite Flat PC Sales, GPU Market Was Up Nicely in 2017

Mobile devices used more GPUs in 2017 than all other platforms combined.

Qualcomm's Chip Industry Challenges to Follow It Into 2018

As the chip maker continues to grow its product portfolio, it also has to contend with the Apple litigation, NXP deal and Broadcom bid.

Krzanich Says Intel to Focus on IoT, AI, 5G Wireless for Future Growth

In a memo to employees, Brian Krzanich says that taking risks and making bold moves into growth markets is now the “new normal” at the chip maker.

Seven Simple, Quick Ways to Speed Up Windows PC Performance SLIDESHOW

PCs over time often get sluggish thanks to the addition of apps, games, duplicate files and even viruses. This guide offers simple tips to giving your PC a performance boost.

Samsung Notebook 9 Pen Delivers Intel Core i7 CPU Power in Hybrid Case SLIDESHOW

Samsung Notebook 9 Pen hybrid was design with a durable magnesium alloy case and a hinge that allows the screen to swing into tablet or notebook mode.

Top 10 Reasons to Buy or Not to Buy Apple's Pricey iMac Pro SLIDESHOW

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.
iMac Pro

Apple Rolling Out More Powerful iMac Pro Workstations

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.
New Intel Pentium Celeron Chips

Intel Rolls Out New Pentium, Celeron Chips for Low-Cost PCs

The processors are based on the chip maker’s 14nm Gemini Lake architecture and look to strike a balance between performance and connectivity.
Daily Tech Briefing Dec. 12, 2017

Nvidia Gears Powerful Titan V GPU for PCs Tasked to Handle AI Work VIDEO

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.
Windows in Education

Microsoft Asserts Windows Gaining Ground in Education Market

The race to reach students is heating up with Microsoft reporting growing demand for Windows devices in classrooms.

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