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HP's t310 Zero Client is aimed at VMware and Amazon Workspaces deployments; Teradici management tools can be used for updates and device monitoring.
The ThinkPad X1 Yoga laptop has a rugged carbon-fiber case with a 14-inch screen, a keyboard and several communications ports not available in the iPad.
The most important feature coming to a free update of macOS High Sierra this fall is a new file system that Apple says will make the OS more responsive and reliable.
REVIEW: Lenovo’s latest business ultrabook, the ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 2, has just about all the features it needs to perform flawlessly in a tough business environment.
The latest Surface Pro hybrid laptop-tablet looks like close kin to the last two models. That's because Microsoft has packed nearly all of the enhancements inside the box.
The go-go years of laser printer sales may be gone forever, but HP says there are still many new use cases and market opportunities.
The updated Razer Blade Stealth ultrabook comes with a 13.3-inch screen and an Intel Core i7 process that make it suitable for worktime productivity or for hard-core gaming.
Awkwardly named zIT Consulting makes software that helps administrators optimize the workloads on IBM System z data center mainframes.
REVIEW: Microsoft's latest Surface Pro hybrid tablet-PC is welcome stealth upgrade rather than a radical redesign.
Mr. Thacker was the lead designer of the Xerox Alto that eventually led to what became the Apple Macintosh. He also was a co-inventor of Ethernet and the tablet PC.
Loyal customers have been wondering for a long time when Apple was going to get around to delivering a new top-of-the-line desktop. The company finally responded with the iMac Pro, which it calls its most power Mac ever.
The first day of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference focused on the debut of diverse array of computer hardware including new iPad Pros, iMac Pro and even new smart-home hub called the HomePod.