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eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: This new convertible tablet is a personal computer that adjusts to your situation, rather than the user having to adjust to the device’s capability.
eWEEK MOBILE DEVICE ANALYSIS: Microsoft’s new Surface Duo has the potential to do what the company has never done successfully: force a market pivot to a new model.
eWEEK PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The new 14-inch laptops and 2-in-1s are based on the company’s flagship Latitude business devices and offer sleek machined aluminum or carbon fiber designs, edge-to-edge display and new touchpad and modernized keyboard features.
eWEEK PRODUCT REVIEW: Our reviewer, Rob Enderle, contrasts two very different products that are both targeting similar opportunities.
eWEEK IT HARDWARE ANALYSIS: Since the System z15 launch on Sept. 12, 2019, IBM has reported that it has “shipped the highest MIPS (millions of instructions per second – a measure of raw compute power being used on Z mainframes) in history in Q4 2019, driven by growth in new workloads.”
eWEEK NEW-PRODUCT NEWS: Simple USB device enables native support of any video meeting service.
eWEEK MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE: Intel remains both the more powerful and the more profitable company, but its valuation has taken a pounding due to organizational issues. The company is well on the way to a major correction.
eWEEK PERSPECTIVE: An organizational streamlining failed to detect a defect mode in Intel’s 7nm manufacturing process that resulted in yield degradation and added six more months to Intel’s already delayed 7nm product rollout. Leadership has been realigned.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: As more and more employees move to work-from-home environments, daily micro-frustrations are becoming part of a more concerning overall picture.
eWEEK AERIAL PERSPECTIVE: The infusion of artificial intelligence into drones opens up a whole new world of opportunities.
eWEEK PC HARDWARE PERSPECTIVE: The entire work model we built the concept of laptops around not only doesn’t exist anymore, it may not ever exist again.
eWEEK WORKSTATION ANALYSIS: This new workstation is enormous for both AMD and Lenovo, and for the lucky engineers, animators, architects and artists that get a hold of this thing, it will be like angels sang.