Dell today introduced the new entry-level Precision M2800 mobile workstation. The device is a 15in laptop with ISV-certified components and other professional-class features that...
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Apple TV was previously described as a “hobby” for Cupertino, but that’s certainly no longer the case after it topped a billion in revenue last year.
Over at CeBIT 2014, we just got our hands on a really sexy new bit of hardware, the Fujitsu Lifebook U904 Ultrabook. Coming with palm-scanning technology and the option of 4G, we were impressed.
There are those who believe you should save some money and build your own PC, but equally, there are also many benefits from purchasing a pre-built system.
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Tablets are still all the rage, but their selling power appears to be dwindling. According to IDC, the market, which includes tablets and 2-in-1 devices, is forecast to grow in 2014, but 30% slower.
According to Sundar Pichai, speaking at SXSW, the HDMI streaming dongle will finally be unleashed in multiple territories within a few weeks.
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An FCC filing revealed the new device that will use Bluetooth Low Energy as its power source, doesn’t have a screen and will be able to be paired with Samsung smartphones and tablets.
The device, which was originally codenamed Moneypenny, will be unveiled later on this year and is likely to include dual SIM capabilities as well as being one of the first to run Windows Phone 8.1.