Don't-Miss Hardware Stories
Movies with tech themes are fun, but their depiction of computing in the workplace is typically problematic.
For a show that's supposed to be all about mobile, MWC packed a ton of killer stuff that should appeal to PC buffs, Microsoft watchers, and people who just like to get things done.
Two sisters have developed a robot-building kit that they want to sell to schools.
IBM is pulling out all the stops to make Watson cognitive computing platform a success
AMD is using BlueStacks dual-OS Android system and some extra code to play 'Angry Birds' on a tablet -- without touching the screen
Tech mergers and acquisition activity soared in the second half of 2013, PricewaterhouseCoopers says
Higher clock speeds for gamers; same double-precision for developers.
The eventual successor to Kepler promises high-end gaming performance from low-end video cards.
But extends end-of-sales date for business PCs running Windows 7 Professional
Recent data theft prompts companies to evaluate new ways of protecting customer information (but not as many as you'd think).
Windows 8 haters can continue to buy PCs pre-loaded with WIndows 7 beyond 2014, but they'll have to splurge on a business machine.
Because bringing your own operating system to the party is a bummer when your PC can't find it.
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.