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New technology may soon allow you to control your phone without touching or talking to it
Cisco on Monday said it is expanding on its Intercloud multi-cloud service provider initiative with another $1 billion investment, designed to lead to more products, data centers and partners.
Hewlett-Packard is fueling Microsoft's battle with Google's Android in low-cost devices with the first Windows-based Stream tablets, starting at US$99.99.
Lenovo plans on releasing new Yoga tablets and hybrids in time for the end-of-year holiday season, with actor and venture capitalist Ashton Kutcher having a hand in the design and development of the products.
It's been a long road getting there but Hewlett-Packard has become the first major vendor to add a 64-bit ARM server to its price list.
Nine months after it was first announced, Lenovo's acquisition of IBM's x86 server business is headed towards closing.
How Intel, Microsoft and the wireless carriers will finally realize the promise of an 'always connected' PC
Thanks to developments like Intel's Skylake platform, we'll soon use PCs like we do our phones: always on and always connected.
Use your desktop, your files, and even games from anywhere, with the right services and utilities.
Republicans and Democrats in Congress rarely seem to agree on anything anymore, but top members from both sides Friday offered qualified support for efforts to consolidate federal data centers.
As it introduces new products over the next year, Apple's consumption of mobile DRAM will jump from 16.5% to 25% in 2015.