Lenovo's ThinkPad design guru steps down The main person behind the design of the ThinkPad, IBM's iconic laptop which is now the property of Lenovo, has decided to step down from…
Sony laser focuses on projectors Sony has introduced two cost-effective, entry-level, laser light source Z-Phosphor projectors designed for the classroom, boardroom and small auditorium.
Logitech G releases new wireless mouse charging system Logitech G, a division of Logitech, has announced two technologies that make possible the first wireless charging system for gaming mice.
Chinese supercomputer stays atop TOP500 list Chinese supercomputers have retained the two top spots in the TOP500 list, a six-monthly ranking of supercomputers around the world.
iFixit calls Surface Laptop 'glue-filled monstrosity' Microsoft's Surface Laptop has been described by the tech website iFixit as a "glue-filled monstrosity" that cannot be repaired.
4DS claims breakthrough in ReRAM development Semiconductor development company 4DS Memory claims to have developed ReRAM that has a speed approaching that of DRAM and that does not require error correction.
Intel warns Microsoft, Qualcomm over Windows 10 ARM emulation Chipmaker Intel has issued a veiled warning to Microsoft and Qualcomm over the plan by the two to run Windows 10 on the ARM platform,…
Two Lenovo models locked so only Windows can be used Users on some Lenovo forums say that two laptop models made by the company have the BIOS locked so that one cannot run anything other…
Crucial releases 128GB, DDR4 server memory Crucial has released a 128GB DDR4, LRDIMM to help cram more memory into servers and Xeon workstations.
Panasonic 4K/HD whiteboards Panasonic's new range of whiteboards includes fully interactive, digital, 75” 4K and 65” HD touch screens.

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