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Microsoft has now made one thing clear to consumers, enterprise customers, PC vendors and competitors: It has evaluated the Windows ecosystem, discovered what it has done wrong and will try to fix those problems in its upcoming operating system, Windows 10. Although Microsoft unveiled Windows...
NEWS ANALYSIS: Once the next version of Windows is installed, Microsoft plans to begin a process of continuous updates that will eliminate the concept of next versions.
Low-cost systems, the popularity of Chromebooks and saturation of the tablet market help buoy a still-struggling PC space, the analyst firms say.
Apple's next MacBook Air will have a larger display, yet will be smaller and thinner than its predecessors, according to recent rumors about the new devices.
EVENT PREVIEW: The Internet of things, a steadily growing IT economy and imaginative new devices all add up to what promises to be a boffo CES.
T-Mobile Offers Unlimited 4G LTE Data Plans for Short Time; Cisco to Buy Security Service Firm Neohapsis; Lenovo Recalls 500,000-Plus Laptop Power Cords; and more.
A new report found that corporate boards continue to communicate through unsecure means, and have minimal measures in place to prevent a security breach.
Hewlett-Packard on Oct. 29 unveiled a new computer it's calling Sprout that is hardly the typical desktop or laptop PC that we are familiar with. It can best be described as a full, all-in-one Windows 8.1 PC that combines touch-screens, full gesture control, a physical keyboard, scanning technology,...
In its latest 2014 worldwide devices forecast, Gartner says tablet growth is slowing but projects consistent PC growth over the next five years.