But knowing how to program in Arduino still matters
Lenovo's Stoneware unit is planning to add off-premises, hosted application services to its cloud portfolio
Intel's uncased Galileo computer is used to make robots, wearable devices and electronics.
Linaro has built a 64-bit version of Android 4.4 for developers to write and test applications for ARM-based mobile devices. Is a Google-authored version coming soon?
Nvidia said it is seeing interest for the Tegra K1 chip in microservers
Crucial will ship DDR4 DIMMs at around the time Intel ships chipsets compatible with the memory.
Lenovo says the 4K display on the IdeaPad Y50 will be available in July.
Intel is putting its Iris Pro graphics processors into Xeon E3-v1200v3 server chips, which will be released later this year.
Google says more offline applications are being added to Chromebooks so more can be done when Wi-Fi isn't available.
The chip maker will bring native Android support to a 20-nm, 64-bit ARM processor next year
Dell is scheduled to make updates to the thumb-sized Wyse Cloud Connect so its easier for consumers to use
3D Systems is developing conductive ink for Project Ara's modular blocks, and also fine-tuning its manufacturing process
Nvidia's Jetson TK1 computer, shipping now, delivers 300 gigaflops of performance.
But tablet shipments during the first quarter of this year rose just 3.9 percent, lower than IDC's expectations.
Jason Chen is moving the company into wearables and other non-PC segments