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Microsoft updates Windows 10, adds 2 new devices

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Intel’s new Atom processors for IoT

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Intel today announced a new generation of Atom processors for the Internet of Things. Formally known as the Intel Atom processor E3900 series (codename “Apollo Lake”), the CPUs were introduced this morning at the IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona.

Intel says its new processors have been designed from the ground up to support the fast growth and increased complexity of IoT. Potential applications are said to include automotive, industrial, video, manufacturing and retail, especially at what’s known as “the edge.”

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3 ways data centers are getting faster, more efficient, cheaper

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Women in IT: A step ahead — and back?

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The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is underway this week in Houston. That makes now a good time to consider the important role of women in technology — as well as what could be a troubled outlook for women technologists in the future.

Grace Hopper, of course, was among the early computing pioneers. She was a programmer back in the 1940s, inventor of the first compiler, and widely if perhaps inaccurately known as the originator of the term “computer bug.”

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Which technologies will your clients clamor for next year? Gartner predicts

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How Dell is renewing its commitment to the channel

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PC market: Is the glass half full or half empty?

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How’s the health of the PC market? Lately, that depends on who you ask.

If you ask research and advisory firm Gartner, the situation is quite grave.

“The PC is not a high-priority device for the majority of consumers, so they do not feel the need to upgrade their PCs as often as they used to,” said Gartner research analyst Mikako Kitagawa last week. “Some may never decide to upgrade to a PC again.”

Never upgrade a PC again? That’s serious.

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Lenovo adds cloud-based version of anywhere, any-device solution

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For a new market opportunity, think about drones

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IT spending, staffing will be flat next year: Spiceworks survey

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