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The future of computing and games

Sometimes it’s good to think about the future. And that’s what a group of thinkers did at The International Future Computing Association, which held a conference recently at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. The event was about the coming era of any place, any time, and any device user experiences delivered both […]

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Intel picks MediaTek as 5G PC modem supplier after selling chip unit

Even though it sold its 5G smartphone modem team and IP portfolio to Apple, Intel suggested there was a possibility it would still produce 5G modems for PCs. That doesn’t appear to be the case today, as rival MediaTek announced Intel will use its 5G modem in PCs — a component MediaTek developed itself, and will be […]

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Dell Has Made $15 Million Working with ICE This Year

Ask Dell about its long-standing business relationship with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and the computer company will quickly note that it openly advocates for reforming the U.S. immigration system. “Dell has long been a strong supporter of comprehensive immigration reform in the United States,” a Dell spokesperson told VICE. “We continue to advocate […]

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Former Apple chipmakers form Nuvia to rival Intel and AMD server CPUs

(Reuters) — Three of Apple’s former top semiconductor executives in charge of iPhone chips have founded a startup to design processors for datacenters, aiming to take on current industry leaders Intel and Advanced Micro Devices. Nuvia was founded by Gerard Williams III, Manu Gulati, and John Bruno in early 2019 and is developing a processor […]

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The 4 entrepreneurial stages: Their challenges and the solutions

Presented by Dell for Entrepreneurs Being an entrepreneur is stressful, no doubt about it. Like most things, it doesn’t happen overnight. Instead it’s a journey with many stages, each posing different challenges. The key to success through it all, is aligning with programs and resources that can help your journey stay on track. Let’s start with […]

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Microsoft announces Secured-core PCs to counter firmware attacks

Microsoft today announced a new initiative to combat threats specifically targeted at the firmware level and data stored in memory: Secured-core PCs. Microsoft partnered with chip and computer makers to apply “security best practices of isolation and minimal trust to the firmware layer, or the device core, that underpins the Windows operating system.” Secured-core PCs […]

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PC shipments grew in Q3 2019 thanks to Windows 10 refresh

The PC market grew between 1% and 3% in Q3 2019, according to research firms Gartner and IDC. After six years of quarterly PC shipment declines, 2018 was mixed, with negative, flat, and positive quarters. 2019 is doing slightly better: Q1 was negative but Q2 and Q3 were positive. Gartner and IDC analysts pointed to […]

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IFA 2019 highlights: Amazon Fire TV Cube, LG Dual Screen, and Huawei Kirin 990 5G

IFA, or Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin, began humbly in 1924 as an international radio exhibition. Since then, it’s grown into one of the largest annual consumer electronics shows anywhere, with more than 200,000 visitors anticipated over the next few days. The Berlin expo is a who’s who of the appliance and device makers, with the likes […]

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Chrome OS gets first Chromebook Enterprise devices, faster Admin Console, and managed Linux environments

Google today announced a slew of Chrome Enterprise updates, including a faster Google Admin console and managed Linux environments. The company also unveiled the first Chromebook Enterprise laptops: Dell’s Latitude 5300 for $819 and Latitude 5400 for $699. In August 2017, Google launched Chrome Enterprise for $50 per managed Chromebook per year. The subscription gives […]

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Dell unveils new XPS, Inspiron, and Vostro models with Intel Comet Lake processors

It’s that time of year again: The month Dell previews the notebooks, 2-in-1s, and ultraportables that will fill out its product portfolio ahead of the holiday season. This morning, the Round Rock, Texas-based company detailed a slew of new and refreshed Vostro, Inspiron, and XPS machines, all of which feature Intel’s recently unveiled 10th Gen […]

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Dell shows off Alienware Aurora PC and 55-inch gaming monitor

Dell’s Alienware division unveiled a bunch of new products for gamers coming this fall, from a new Alienware Aurora gaming PC and a 55-inch OLED gaming monitor. Alienware’s set of gaming products for the fall includes the newly designed Alienware Aurora mid-tower desktop, three mice and two keyboards, as well as a number of new […]

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AMD CEO: Epyc 2 chips are the world’s fastest x86 processors

Advanced Micro Devices CEO Lisa Su announced that the code-named “Rome” 2nd Gen Epyc processors are the most powerful x86 processors in the world. The company said that its new Epyc 2 processors for the data center have as many as 64 cores and deliver twice the price performance of Intel’s fastest available chips. AMD […]

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The rising ROI of investing in woman entrepreneurs

Presented by Dell for Entrepreneurs The gap between the number of men and women entrepreneurs is real, but it’s closing. With an average of nearly 2,000 U.S. women-owned businesses being founded every day, women are having a tremendous impact on the economy — creating new jobs and generating revenue. Women-owned businesses generating revenue of more […]

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Gartner: PC shipments grew 1.5% in Q2 2019

The PC market rebounded slightly in Q2, according to research firms Gartner and IDC. After six years of quarterly PC shipment declines, 2018 was mixed, with negative, flat, and positive quarters. 2019 is shaping up similarly: Q1 was negative and Q2 is positive, just like in 2018. Gartner analysts pointed to the Windows 10 refresh […]

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