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Microsoft's hardware partners show off new high-performance PCs based on AMD's Ryzen processor architecture to possibly breath new life into the chip makers business prospect.
Intel new X-series platform features a maximum of 18 cores and 36 threads, with pricing ranging from $242 to $2,000.
The Cortex-A75 and -A55 are based on the chip designer’s DynamIQ architecture, which offers greater flexibility, performance and energy efficiency.
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference is usually the venue for announcing new software products and initiatives, but rumors suggest there will be hardware announcements including a smart Siri Speaker and a new iPad Pro.
The ruggedized Toughbook CF-33 has a 3:2 aspect ratio display for less scrolling and more on-screen information for users in one glance.
Intel, the current leader in supplying enterprise storage disks, is feeling the pressure from Samsung.
Microsoft announces its new Surface Pro, successor to the popular but long-in-the-tooth Surface Pro 4.
Health care systems using medical devices running embedded Windows have been infected with the WannaCry ransomware, highlighting that the impact of the malware goes beyond lost data or payoffs to cyber-criminals.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Executives assert that the Trump administration’s plan to ban laptops, tablets and e-readers from aircraft cabins would impair their productivity significantly and cost billions in lost productivity.
HP's Elite X2, designed for corporate users, comes with nice features, but there are limitations as well. eWEEK looks at 10 things to consider before purchasing the two-in-one.
Chipmaker Nvidia unwrapped several new chips designed to dramatically improve the cost and performance of artificial intelligence. It also previewed Project Holodeck, which looks a lot like the famous break room on Star Trek.