Yet another Intel processor appeared on our radar but this one could well be one of the more important ones of the past few months.
With the company's trademark physical-keyboard smartphone returning this weekend in the BlackBerry Q10, Mike Brown told ITProPortal that his firm's enterprise pedigree gives it the edge over rivals.
Our long list of ex-corporate server deals welcome another model from IBM, the System x3755 4U rackmounted server.
This is an open source device that comes with a powerful system-on-chip as well as an impressive array of features.
The headset comes in mono, or single-ear, and dual versions, works Microsoft's enterprise-class Lync instant messaging client and all other major unified communication platforms.
The “x” on the SoC may well mean that there will be an ARM-based system-on-chip from AMD coming out very soon.
The rise of smartphones and tablets are two factors which are arguably more responsible for the PC sales slump than Windows 8.