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While business units are slowly gaining more influence in IT purchasing, CIOs should embrace this, according to the analyst firm
The PC isn't going away. It's turning into a coffee table. Or a pint-sized NUC. We talk to Intel's desktop chief about the many faces of the future PC.
The pint-sized HP Chromebox is packed with business-friendly features and a hulking Core i7 processor.
Sony steps up reforms as it forecasts a ¥110 billion loss for its fiscal year to March 31
They include the future of Windows, uncertainty over the Surface tablet, the Nokia acquisition and the One Microsoft reorganization.
It's small, it's extremely well-connected, and it's ready to take on PC-like tasks in your home theater or home office.
A case made of switchable smart glass could appear both translucent and opaque.
Thirty years ago, Apple released the Macintosh 128K. Macworld U.K. took a look at the computer to see what it's like to use a vintage Mac.
Who makes the most reliable hard drives? Backblaze's vast server farms may hold the answer.
The latest Next Unit of Computing is still tiny, it's just not as tiny as it was before.
The forecast for this year follows a strong 2013 in which external IT spending grew at the highest rate since 2008
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.
Intel, Freescale to ship mini-computers for do-it-yourselfers interested in wearable computing