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REVIEW: Dell’s Latitude 13 ultrabook is minimalist in size and looks but not in functions, bringing together new features and security in a very thin computer.
Korea Fair Trade Commission charges that Qualcomm unfairly limited the access of competing chipset makers to its patents, among other unfair business practices.
Dell claims the border on the screen of its new 7000 series laptops is thinner than any of its competitors’. While I haven’t measured the screen borders on all of those competing laptops, I can say Dell’s is certainly thin. The design means less space is wasted for the bezel, which, in turn,...
The EliteBook 1040 G3 is the latest ultrabook PC HP is marketing to business and enterprise customers. Unlike some laptops that are little more than expensive versions of consumer machines, the EliteBook 1040 is designed from the ground up specifically for business. The EliteBook is built for...
REVIEW: The Yoga X1, Lenovo's newest business ultrabook, picks up where the popular X1 Carbon left off with features and quality that has long been a hallmark of the ThinkPad Line.
Corporate customers will soon be able to take the company's combined whiteboard and teleconferencing solution for spin before committing to a large order.
Microsoft on Dec. 12 reported its Surface line of PCs so far has had a strong holiday season and that customer demand for its products has soared. While the company didn’t share sales figures, its point was clear. After decades of supplying hardware vendors with operating system and application...
Microsoft makes it official at its WinHEC 2016 conference in Shenzhen, China. The company is working with Qualcomm to bring Windows x86 computing to ARM-based devices.
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.