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Intel doesn't make its own discrete GPU but has built something that specializes in processing 4K graphics. But that product isn't powerful enough to run Crysis, if you were wondering.
The Microsoft MCSE Server Admin Certification Training Bundle features over 100 hours of training content to help you ace the MCSE Server Infrastructure exam, and you can get it today for just $39 - hundreds off its retail value of over $1500.
Apple is building a new data center in Denmark, and it has some interesting ideas on how to power the data center with renewable energy, while also giving back to the community.
Microsoft and Rambus are teaming up for the next-generation memory technologies that will accompany quantum computing.
Chips based on the SPARC architecture have been saved from endangerment with Fujitsu taking on the mantle of continuing design and development.
Intel's artificial intelligence efforts have been scattered over many different units but are now being united into a single operating group.
Two months after acquiring SimpliVity for US$650 million, Hewlett Packard Enterprise is beginning to reshape the company's converged infrastructure offering in its own image.
Sony's latest PS4 System Software now supports external hard drive support for the game console, letting you expand the storage from its original 500GB. Network World editor Keith Shaw shows you how to add the storage without needing a screwdriver (before this update, you could expand storage capacity by installing an internal drive).
The new APC BE600M1 Back-UPS has 7 total outlets: 5 battery backup outlets plus 2 Surge Protection outlets, more than ever before. BE600M1 Back-UPS is capable of powering your wireless networking equipment for 2 to 6 hours when power is lost.
Cloud service provider Stratoscale has snapped up database-as-a-service vendor Tesora to beef up its hybrid cloud offering.
Facebook has chosen Odense in Denmark as the site of its third data center outside the U.S.
HPE has agreed to buy SimpliVity for $650 million as expands its hyperconverged offerings, and analysts believe it's a great deal.
The five companies that earned the most U.S. patents last year are the same five companies that dominated the 2015 ranking of top patent recipients.
Everything from NASA’s poop challenge and the most significant advances in Ethernet’s illustrious history to the rise of robot doctor overlords.
If an AI could rule a world, would you trust it to manage your IT systems? German software company Arago is hoping you will.
Western Digital has developed a monstrous 14TB hard drive that is now shipping for testing to customers.
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