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Fujitsu Lifebook U939X 2-in-1 convertible business laptop review

Japanese PC vendors are experts at the art of packing as much firepower into as small a space as possible. After all, it was the

IBM’s wearable design looks like the Apple Watch and Galaxy Fold’s baby

IBM has filed a patent for a smartwatch with a screen which can be folded out into a tablet mode – you heard it right.

Lenovo ThinkPad E590 review – Whiskey Lake processors in the ThinkPad E580 body

Today’s hero – the ThinkPad E590 is a direct successor, if not just a refresh, to the ThinkPad E580 series. As we found the latter to be

Lenovo ThinkPad E580 review – modern business device with a great legacy behind it

Recently we showed you a laptop that is an attempt by a company to combine the rigidity of the past with modern looks – the ThinkPad

ThinkPad X1 Carbon review (2018): The best business laptop returns

Lenovo’s ThinkPad lineup has always been focused on balancing tradition with modernity. It carries the legacy of IBM’s iconic laptop brand, but the company also

25 Years of ThinkPad: The Best and Most Innovative

Since 1992, the ThinkPad brand has been synonymous with strong build quality, eye-popping innovations and first-class usability. In the past 25 years, IBM and later

Lenovo ThinkPad 25 Review

This one’s for the fans, but it’s also great for anyone who needs to be productive. The first ThinkPad shipped in October 1992, and to

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

Hands on: Jide Remix Mini review

The history of alternative operating systems is littered with dead bodies from big and small companies – from the mighty IBM and the mightier Intel

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

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

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