Apple clears the decks ahead of big launch planned on Monday
Forthcoming 7nm Ryzen CPUs and GPUs will be made by TSMC rather than GlobalFoundries
Next Xbox will come with 12GB GDDR5 memory and pack an AMD Polaris GPU
Higher component costs combined with users opting for quality over price will see average selling prices for devices go up
Kaby Lake and a big boost in memory planned for 15-inch MacBook
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Croft explains why he's put his faith in thin clients, e-learning and BYOD, but remains agnostic when it comes to big data
PC sales decline offset by big increases in data centre and flash disk sales
IDC forecasts continuing market-meh for Microsoft's flagship mobile operating system
Microsoft demands arm, leg, shirt off back AND your first-born for its new Surface Book
Rocco Labellarte explains the business outcomes of great changes
The smart device manufacturer is in financial free fall - but could Android reverse the decline?
It'll sell by the bucketload, but does this shiny new hybrid actually have what enterprise productivity requires?
But will this new offering from the hardware and software giants reignite interest in an ailing PC market?
Our robot overlords are finally here, and they want YOUR job, citizen
Check the small print and question your use case
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Keep paying for those enterprise licences, folks
Can the company seriously expect its fortunes to keep rising?
Enterprise Cloud Forum: Almost half of enterprises 'prehistoric' with respect to BYOD, says Oracle security VP
'We need a whole new industry to prevent us slowing down' says Hartwell
Is Intel's tiny NUC computer a miniature desktop replacement or DIY curio?
Does Google's web-tethered device point the way to the future of laptops?
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Installing thin clients can be just as cost-effective, says Andy Tait