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Sony is getting out of the PC business soon, but there's still time for one last product glitch.
A new open source project for Raspberry Pi mini-PCs lets you build your own voice command personal assistant for your home.
Enterprises are buying desktops again to get away from Windows XP, according to Gartner
PC upgrades due to the expiration of Windows XP peaked in 2012 and 2013, and are starting to taper in 2014, IDC said
And they aren't soldered to the motherboard like Intel's competing Bay Trail chips.
The companies are exploring a cooling technique that submerses electronics in a special fluid developed by 3M.
HP's new SSDs will offer up to 512GB of storage and ship in May.
The feature is available now through OS X Mavericks
The new Pi board with circuitry from the famous $25 PC will ship later this year and likely be priced at $30 in lots of 100 units
IBM’s System/360 was a computing system that not only transformed the company that developed it, but the computer industry as a whole.
On April 7, 1964, IBM announced the System/360 -- regarded by many as the first modern mainframe. Despite repeated predictions of their demise, mainframes still power much of today's critical infrastructure.
Open your wallet wide, very wide, for this open-source, Kickstarter-funded, homespun laptop.
Companies will start pulling the trigger on projects they planned in 2013, according to a Gartner analyst
The Newton development kit is the first with a MIPS CPU. Android Wear is on the roadmap, too.
Nasdaq Computer index closes down for the week