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This slim-bezel ultrabook benefits from a clever screen hinge, a separate number pad and decent battery life, but the screen and keyboard could be better, while the USB 2.0 ports need upgrading.
CIO Strategy: From filling IT skills gaps to cultural barriers and onto legacy technologies, CIOs explain the key challenges they face and their techniques for overcoming the barriers.
The race to 6G has already begun, according to a certain head of state. This while 5G firms in China may be helping other countries to race ahead. What if a “6G” isn’t such a good idea?
The LG G8 ThinQ looks a lot like last year's G7 with some minor updates and a couple gimmicky unreliable functions. However, it is an affordable flagship at $620 and offers most of what we see on the more expensive Samsung Galaxy S10.
Three papers from influential economists cast doubt on the idea that there are beneficial aspects to automation. Beneficial aspects to workers, that is.
While these research areas are fluid and early stages, IBM is laying down the groundwork for quantum advances and ensuring there are people able to work in the field and ultimately expand it.
One of the biggest roadblocks I find to fast web browsing these days is the plethora of annoying notifications that websites offer me. Fortunately, Google Chrome offers a quick and easy way to block them.
SAP CEO Bill McDermott foreshadows some middle management cuts, better margins and more shareholder value. Can SAP hit its operational goals without hurting innovation?