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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2017) preview: The best business laptop money can buy?

If there’s one so-called “business laptop” brand that keeps its customers happy time and again, that would be ThinkPad. The once IBM-owned brand has remained

NVIDIA Announces GeForce GTX 1050 Ti & GTX 1050 : Entry-Level Cards Launching October 25th

After a break of a couple of months in their Pascal launch schedule, NVIDIA is back again to launch a new Pascal desktop product. Following

13 Disappearing Laptop Ports and How to Get Them Back

Apple recently kicked over a hornet’s nest filled with dongles when it unveiled a pair of iPhones that do away with the 3.5-mm audio jack.

Speedlink Ultor Gaming Keyboard Review : Small but perfectly formed!

Pros Compact TKL design Good features Red Kailh switches Cons Back-lighting colour can’t be changed Would prefer macro keys on the left side What is

Hands on: Jide Remix Mini review

OUR EARLY VERDICT Should you buy the Remix Mini, be aware of its limitations – this is a £40 PC and no one should expect

Meet the 1,000-core processor powered by a AA battery

Computer scientists at the University of California have built the world’s first 1,000-core processor. The KiloCore, from the Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering features

What is Bluetooth 5? The new wireless technology standard explained

Bluetooth 5 has been announced, and you probably have questions. Luckily, we have answers. Here’s all you need to know. The next Bluetooth Standard, Bluetooth

The Intel Xeon E5 v4 Review: Testing Broadwell-EP With Demanding Server Workloads

We have been spoiled. Since the introduction of the Xeon “Nehalem” 5500 (Xeon 5500, March 2009), Intel has been increasing the core counts of their

Under Armour HealthBox review : A dysfunctional family of connected kit

There’s something very promising about what UA HealthBox aims to deliver. I think it will be great one day, but there’s work to be done

Samsung Connect Auto upgrades your car with 4G Tizen

Samsung may not be building a car, but it is building a car connectivity system, with Samsung Connect Auto aiming to make your existing auto

Under Armour Band review : A fitness tracker where the software is the star of the show

So, was Under Armour and HTC’s first fitness tracker worth the wait? Sadly not. On its own, the UA Band is a pretty average piece

Tiny 8-inch laptop has slick 12-inch folding keyboard

Lots of folks who spend time on the road for work know that having a small and lightweight notebook computer can save you a lot

Wii U review

Pros Well-designed, unobtrusive hardware Excellent exclusive games Cheaper than Xbox One and PS4 Strong indie and retro line-up Cons Few third-party titles Future looks bleak

Apple and Cisco team up to make iOS enterprise fit

iOS is one of if not the best mobile operating system, but so far its primary focus has been consumers. But some of those consumers

iPad Pro release date: everything we know

Apple has been rumoured to have been working on a larger, business-focused iPad for some time now, with new internal details, alleged specs and features

IBM makes ‘biggest code drop’ as Canonical and Suse tie-up brings better Linux to mainframes

IBM HAS ANNOUNCED what it describes as the single biggest donation of mainframe code to the open source community, despite reeling from even more financial

Google hopes Chromebook will expand share of workplace market

Google’s latest Chromebook laptop will be specially designed for corporate customers in an effort to get more workers off machines powered by Microsoft’s dominant Windows

IBM: High-severity vulnerability puts Android M devices at risk

ANDROID’S BAD SECURITY SUMMER ROLLS ON. IBM has thrown more drama at the operating system, claiming that a high-severity serialisation vulnerability has users doomed. We

IBM staff can now choose a Mac as their work computer

Last summer’s partnership between Apple and IBM has proven extra-special for the latter company’s workers — as of yesterday IBM employees can choose to use

Apple, IBM deal will bring iPads to Japan’s elderly

  Apple and IBM have entered an agreement with Japan Post to bring iPads to the elderly. The move is a technological step for Japan