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Can a pint-sized NUC PC run what it used to take a dual processor, Core 2 Extreme system with 8 cores to do? Yes, except the NUC actually does it better.
Now in its third iteration, Intel's NUC line gets a Broadwell U refresh that makes it as fast in some chores as a $5,000 PC from 2008. The real shocker though is Intel's new Compute Stick. A full featured quad-core PC that is only slightly bigger than a USB thumb drive.
MSI's GS30 Game Dock lets you run a powerful GPU by simply docking your laptop to it.
HP is making the virtual world feel a bit more real with its new double touchscreen computer called Sprout. The $1,900 all-in-one PC has powerful imaging and touch technology.
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.
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