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The Centriq 2400 is designed for high-end data center workloads; the processor will have up to 48 custom ARMv8-compliant cores.
HPE's earnings improved, but revenue was lower; HPQ's revenue was up slightly, but profit was down substantially in Q4 2016.
Holiday shoppers can score big discounts on Microsoft Surface devices, except for the company's new and in-demand Surface Studio all-in-one PC.
Processor maker is going all in for developing and sharing GPU-related hardware and software for high-end computing use cases.
NEWS ANALYSIS: When it's time to buy news laptops for your business does it make sense to pay for a touch screen or do you need a docking station? And are ultrabooks worth it?
For the fourth time in recent years, Panasonic has beefed up its long-running Toughpad FZ-G1 rugged tablet for business workers, this time adding a faster processor, Windows 10 and longer battery life to the workhorse machines. The latest Toughpad FZ-G1 tablet features a 10.1-inch touch screen...
Microsoft's upgraded 2-in-1 laptop and input device for creatives, the new Surface Dial, ship today.
Compared with other device markets, the tablet market will be relatively quiet in 2017, reports Taiwan-based researcher TrendForce.
The Radeon Pro WX Series of professional GPUs is based on AMD's Polaris 14nm architecture and delivers high performance and power efficiency.
The FreeBSD Unix operating system is one of the earliest open-source operating system projects, and it continues to be actively developed. The most recent update is the FreeBSD 11 release, which debuted Oct. 10. While FreeBSD is a robust operating system, it is not a desktop focused platform,...
In October, Microsoft and Apple showed off their latest notebook PCs with some nice improvements. First up was Microsoft, which showcased the Surface Book with Performance Base, a new version of its popular two-in-one hybrid computer. Just a day later, Apple announced its long-awaited MacBook...