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HP's all-in-one Z1 G2 sports Thunderbolt, touchscreen

HP has unveiled its second-generation all-in-one workstation, the Z1 G2 with its graphics and processor boost and a 27-inch display with optional touch capabilities.

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Makers get tools to hack wearable tech for innovation

Intel, Freescale to ship mini-computers for do-it-yourselfers interested in wearable computing

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Intel finishes work on 64-bit Android 4.4 for x86 smartphones

Now device makers can load the OS on their products, and developers can start making applications for it

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Breathing new life into old Mac Pros

What kind of boost can you get if you upgrade your old Mac Pro, instead of buying a new one? Macworld Lab ran a series of tests to find out.

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IBM launches business unit to make Watson a moneymaker

The newly formed Watson Business Group will be based in New York and offer cognitive computing systems and services for industry

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The PC's weird and wonderful future

We saw the possible future of PCs at CES 2014, and it's...out there. Here are the eleven craziest devices we saw in Las Vegas.

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Vizio finally adds Intel Haswell models to its PC lineup

New notebook and all-in-one feature fourth-generation Core processors.

PC makers embrace Windows+Android, but the devil's in the details

OEMs asked for Dual OS devices, says Intel CEO, but will consumers want them?

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Android heads to desktops as reliance on Internet grows

Lenovo, HP, and Acer show Android all-in-ones, but the success of such PCs remains in question.

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Valve convinces 14 PC builders to make Steam Machines a reality

The unanswered question: Which games will run on all those Steam Machines?

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Razer's modular Project Christine makes building PCs as easy as building Legos

Razer's new Project Christine promises an end to snapping computer hardware together and wrangling cables. Also, it looks like a tree.

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Wolfram offers data analysis stack to device makers

At CES, Wolfram is pitching its numerical analysis middleware as the lingua franca for the so-called Internet of Things

Android on pace to surpass one billion devices this year, says Gartner

But percentage-wise, the number of devices based on Apple OSes is increasing faster, according to the market research company