Unisys launches its long-awaited Dorado ClearPath 8300 Intel-based systems to enable its clients to enter the software-defined data center in a big way.
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The chipmaker reveals more about its new chips that will power smartphones, phablets, and tablets.
Samsung has partnered with a distributor to create specialised add-ons for customers in different verticals.
A company exec says it isn't interested in subsidizing cheap tablets like its chip rival does.
Windows Phone's niche in the UK market under new threat as Motorola's Moto G phone is a success among young males with lower incomes, says the latest edition of Kantar's smartphone sales data.
Intel's fourth quarter gave fodder to everyone from skeptics to optimists. The chip maker delivered a mixed bag and sees more of the same for 2014.
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When one third of UK consumers ‘don’t see the point of 4G’, we should probably blame the marketing.
International Consumer Electronics Show staff were in London this week to preview January's event and unveil some research into ownership levels and purchasing plans in the UK technology market
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The chip giant has defended its practices, following the completion of an 18-month long investigation by the country's Competition Commission that it had indulged in "restrictive trade practices".
Intel's new processor family is focused on ultrabooks and two-in-one devices, and Intel's doubtless hoping it will help breathe fresh life into the ailing PC market.
An Intel technical marketing guy at NAB 2013 spilled his guts on the 20Gbps Thunderbolt upgrade. Here's the scoop.
Seven "catapult" centres across the UK are being set up by the government's innovation agency to help businesses commercialise their technology.
Intel continues to aim Atom at the smartphone market. The big plan for 2013 is to target emerging markets.
Overnight, Microsoft revealed the launch date for Windows Phone 8, Intel launched its personal cloud product, the UK government is considering Facebook log-ins for services, and Google warned that Motorola Mobility is still making a loss.
The handset is fairly competitively priced, which may help Motorola gain ground in territories it has seen slip away in recent years.
Microsoft has published some numbers about the challenges held as part of its Smoked by Windows Phone marketing campaign, which started at the Consumer Electronics Show in January and is currently touring the UK. Obviously it's winning most of the challenges, or it wouldn't be doing it.
The British PC market enjoyed a small increase in shipments in this year's first quarter, according to Gartner's preliminary numbers. However, Western Europe as a whole -- which includes the distressed markets in Italy, Greece, Portugal and Spain -- saw a 3 percent decline to 15.
The battleground that Intel, Microsoft, and the ODMs have chosen to challenge the iPad on is a predictable one: price.
By business unit, Intel's results were mixed. PC client, data center and other products all fell compared to a year ago.
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