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The Retina MacBook Pro lineup features new processors and lower price tags.
During Tuesday's Apple event, the company announced that its radically updated workstation Mac will be available at end of the year.
Apple's iPad may be more well-rounded, but the Surface 2 and Windows RT 8.1 win screens-down for Office-centric productivity.
Professional-grade audio and video brings clearer conferencing to mobile devices.
Cisco reduced the Linksys brand to a home-network player, but Belkin plans to resurrect the brand's status in the SMB market.
The new 13.3-inch Ultrabook features a 3200-by-1800-pixel display; it ships in November.
Managing its way nimbly through times of economic sluggishness, IBM reported a 6 percent increase in profit for the third quarter even as its revenue declined.
The catch? You'll be paid in store credit.
HP expects to report a year-over-year revenue decline for its fiscal year 2014, which ends next October, though the decline “will moderate from fiscal 2013,” the company said, meaning it will fall by less.
A majority of CEOs are failing to steer their companies towards effective use of new computer technologies, which precludes their organizations from making major business improvements, according to a study from the MIT Sloan Management Review and Capgemini Consulting.
From Ultrabook to mobile workstation, all 5 PCs can use the same docking station.
Smartphone vendors have rekindled their infatuation with enterprises as the consumer segment fizzles; this week's exhibit is the launch of LG Electronics' Gate, which separates users' professional and private lives through virtualization.
The company said its EliteBook 800 laptop models are 40 percent thinner and 28 percent lighter than previous models.
Microsoft has more than just consumers in mind with the latest Surface tablet. It's also hoping to woo businesses with features for making easier to secure and manage in IT environments.