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Starting prices for the Mac Pro desktop machines will remain unchanged at $2,999 and $3,999, with the newly-upgraded components.
Microsoft has given gamers an earlier look at Project Scorpio, its next generation gaming console that the company is promising will have backward compatibility with the Xbox One.
This powerful GPU--born and raised in the video-game world--runs in tandem with the central processing unit (CPU) in a server to boost performance to high-performance levels.
Apple Mac desktops are long overdue for an update. The usually secretive company effectively acknowledged this by publicly disclosing that it's working on new Mac models. Here are some improvements Apple should include in its updated Macs.
If you don't want to wait until April 11 to get the Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft is offering users early access to the operating system update on April 5.
The company generated an operating loss of a whopping $3.3 billion for FY 2017, not exactly ideal for anybody--especially investors and potential investors.
New Xerox printers and multifunction devices enable companies to use cloud services to connect employees' mobile devices to ConnectKey multifunction printers.
The Razer Blade Pro is packed with graphics, video and audio features for buyers who want the best possible gaming or entertainment experience or can afford a $4,000 PC for work.
The first consumer Optane-based devices will become available April 24 in two M.2 form factors: A 16GB model for $44 and a 32GB Optane Memory device for $77.
Corsair, maker of high-end PC components for two decades, has introduced its own high-end desktop model designed for gamers or business users who are willing to pay premium prices for extra processing power.
One new model prints 100 color pages per minute while the other uses a replaceable ink pack system for reduced printing costs.