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Microsoft's new Surface tablets haven't taken the world by storm, but CEO Steve Ballmer says that pushing innovation is just as important as pushing sheer sales.
Hewlett-Packard is set to deliver a new blade server that will quadruple the virtual desktops that can be deployed from one HP server.
As the PengPod line begins shipping, the KDE-powered 'Vivaldi' tablet sets a May target.
New evidence found in Google's Chrome OS code is fueling rumors that a high-end device is on the way.
Freeing the way for independent Linux distributions to be installed on Windows 8 computers, the Linux Foundation releases software that will allow Linux to work with computers running the UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) firmware.
'Do not use UEFI on any Samsung laptops,' developer advises
Taking Dell private is a bold move, but won't ensure success. If you can't recognize opportunities and execute properly as a public company, buying yourself shelter from investors only takes you so far. The bigger challenge will be rejiggering the corporate culture and core processes to make more innovation possible.
There's no easy path to iPad adoption, and a bogged-down iPad pilot program can spell disaster. Here's how to simplify complicated iPad migrations.
Cloud-connected printers are everywhere, but how hard is it to collect your paperwork? We went to a private school and Twitter's corporate office to find out.
There is a lot yet to be told about how going private will change Dell, but one thing it won't change is its enterprise strategy.
When one of the most prolific PC suppliers in the world gives Wall Street the cold shoulder, you know something big is afoot.
The Helix is a Windows 8 ThinkPad tablet-laptop hybrid
Michael Dell has teamed up with investment firm Silver Lake to buy computer maker Dell, the company he founded as a 19-year-old in 1984, in a deal valued at about $24.4 billion.
IBM's Watson supercomputer outperformed humans in the televised game show "Jeopardy." Now the company is moving some of its underlying technologies from the supercomputer into new entry-level servers.
Increased sales of electronics and new forms of computing devices will drive the worldwide semiconductor market to growth this year after a slowdown in 2012, the nonprofit organization World Semiconductor Trade Statistics said Monday.