Lenovo announces structural and leadership changes from April 1 Chinese computing giant Lenovo has announced a massive global restructure across all of its divisions including mobile, PCs, and enterprise business.
Panasonic gets tougher, and tougher, and tougher If you want an IP65, MIL-STD-810G rated, almost indestructible hybrid, (tablet/two-in-one/detachable) then Panasonic’s new Toughbook 20 is the class leader.
Dell, CSIRO move supercomputing into 'software defined' era A new system jointly designed by Dell and CSIRO extends the 'software defined' concept to supercomputing, and is allowing researchers to get results more quickly.
Surface Pro 3 and 4 get Fingerprint ID type cover In response to enterprise, government, and defence requests Microsoft has released a Fingerprint ID type cover.
Nutanix software upgrade wrings more performance from old boxes Hyperconverged infrastructure vendor Nutanix has announced an upgrade said to deliver as much as a fourfold improvement in the performance of existing hardware.
Canon improves on its 1D X - meet MK II Canon has released a new flagship DSLR – the EOS 1D X Mark II. Its aimed at prosumers and professional photographers.
Apple recalls more than a decades worth of wall plug adaptors Apple has recalled Australian-style wall plug adaptors sold with various Mac and iOS device models between 2003 and 2015.
Single 8GB, DDR4, server memory modules now available If your server motherboard supports DDR4, 8GB modules per memory slot, and your operating system handles it Crucial has an easy way to upgrade.
HP Elite x2 scratches the surface (first looks) HP puts the sexy back in its second generation, business class, Elite x2, 1012 - a hybrid two-in-one just released in the US and available…

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