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Square plans to accept contactless payments, including Apple Pay, next year, in a move that will require a total refresh of its Register hardware.
Intel's data center unit remains strong due to custom chips for cloud deployments, build-outs and networking functions virtualization.
A smartphone or a tablet aren't quite all you need to work on the go; these are some of the helpful gadgets and accessories we've been travelling with recently
Qualcomm is planning to move into the ARM server market and is already working with customers. The effort will take time to really pay off, but may at least create more enthusiasm for microservers.
Use a Mac but find yourself running out of free ports all the time? Or maybe you're just tired of the back of your Mac looking like someone poured a bowl of spaghetti there? The OWC Thunderbolt 2 Dock is the device for you.
3D printing is a hot technology topic, and Tech Pro Research conducted a survey to find out who is using it, and how it's being used in the enterprise. Find out the preferred vendors, the best uses...
Apple's newly released WatchKit documentation gives us an insight into how the Apple Watch will work and how it will interact with the iPhone.
In November 2014, the top six supercomputers all run Linux, but that's about the only thing they have in common.
Dell unveils its Black Friday/Cyber, which include the Venue 8 Pro 3000 Windows 8.1 tablet for $149.99 and an Inspiron 11 3000 Series 2-in-1 for $349.99.
ARM processors have long been moving into servers, but top ARM vendor Qualcomm had avoided the market... until now.
Having sold off its hardware business to Microsoft, Nokia's returning to the market with a licensing model.
Let's say you found $7,000 in loose change inside your old couch. What kind of PC could you build with all that money?
It seems that the OS X 10.10.1 Yosemite patch that Apple released earlier this week doesn't squash the Wi-Fi bug like some users were hoping it would.
In the latest Top500 supercomputer ranking, Linux once more totally dominates the fastest of all computers.
The bottom line: Enterprise class is in the eye of the beholder and no one size fits all.