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After customer complaints came in about slow speeds with the latest MacBook Pro models, Apple issued an update to fix the problem.
DAILY VIDEO: HP unveils what it calls the "world's most powerful entry workstations," and Google is going public with its "Grab and Go" Chromebook loaner program.
A new Google program allows corporate computer users who experience sudden device failures to quickly borrow a Chromebook to they can get back to work.
The new HP Z Workstation lineup, produce name that sounds as if it's related to IBM’s z System mainframes, are designed to improve productivity of professional workflows with speed, no loss of graphics power, expandability and hardware-based security.
DAILY VIDEO: Business demand drives the strongest PC market since 2012, and Google makes "Site Isolation" the default setting in its Chrome browser.
Development of the chips beyond the second generation of 3D XPoint chips will be pursued independently by the two companies in order to optimize them for their respective product and business needs, Micron said.
To maximize power savings, the 10nm-class LPDDR5 has been engineered to lower its voltage in accordance with the operating speed of the corresponding application processor, when in active mode.
eWEEK HOW-TO FEATURE PART 4: Retrofitting your old professional workstation with faster processors may seem like a no-brainer, but in reality it requires some thought, and some cost analysis.
eWEEK HOW-TO FEATURE PART 3: You’ll probably notice the most immediate improvement in speeding up your old workstation when you replace your old hard drives with SSDs, but what to do about the RAID system?
Windows 10 business users soon will be able to log into their remote desktop sessions using Microsoft's Windows Hello biometric technology.
The latest 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro laptops get more power and features, including available 6-core processors for the 15-inch model.
The world’s top five PC vendors all saw system shipments grow in the second quarter as Windows 10 upgrades fuel commercial sales, IDC and Gartner said.