The portfolio update is aimed at hybrid work and education scenarios.
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Dell Technologies delivered strong results across its business units and is getting a lift from digital transformation and hybrid work.
Apple's M1 processor comes to the iMac and iPad Pro in a move that highlights a smooth transition to its own silicon.
The BT-40 is seen as a wearable display that can used as a secondary screen to go with USB-C devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops.
Dell said it shipped 50.3 million PCs during 2020.
The Qualcomm playbook for the automotive industry rhymes with its plans for IoT, artificial intelligence and compute.
The system, deployed in Asia and Europe offices, has landed in North America and highlights how air purifiers could become a staple in return-to-work planning.
Technology vendors have sustainability goals that won't be met without the ability to easily reclaim products. Enter as-a-service models for hardware.
The founding members of the Modern Computing Alliance -- Google, Box, Citrix, Dell, Imprivata, Okta, RingCentral, Slack, VMWare and Zoom -- are gunning for more integration, better handling of workloads and the new normal for work.
Earnings from Dell Technologies and HP highlighted how Chromebooks are getting mass distribution amid remote work and education arrangements.