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Dell XPS 13 laptop
Research roundup: PC sales – Q4:21 and looking ahead

While much about Covid-19 is subject to debate, one thing about the pandemic surely isn’t: It’s been really good for the PC business. With so many people working from home, studying from home, or...


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Q&A: How Intelecis resolves hardware issues faster with PCs built on the Intel vPro platform

Would you be interested in making a simple hardware swap that would cut the time you need to resolve hardware problems by 75 percent? Intelecis Inc., a provider of managed security services based in...


Intel Arc GPUs
Tech Explainer: How do GPUs work?

The graphics processing unit (GPU) is tech’s ultimate nerd. For many years, it lurked in the shadow of its far sexier cousin, the central processing unit (CPU). Now they’re reversing roles. Today it’...


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Check out new PCs galore from CES 2022

This year’s big CES conference in Las Vegas isn’t quite as big as the organizers had hoped. Yet that hasn’t stopped leading PC vendors. Due to the pandemic, some tech companies are attending CES 2022...


12th gen Intel Core S-series processor
Intel moves closer to ubiquitous computing with new client processors

Intel today moved closer to one of its 4 “superpowers” with several client-tech announcements via a virtual press conference at CES 2022 in Las Vegas. The conference was led by Gregory “GB” Bryant,...


WordPress plug-ins
DIY website builders: How to pick the right one

New year, new website? That’s a good idea. And with do-it-yourself website builders, creating a new website doesn’t have cost you a bundle. The latest online website builders from Squarespace, Wix...


Pardon the Integration
Video podcast: How has Intel executed on strategic initiatives in 2021?

To find out, watch the latest “Pardon the Integration” video podcast. This episode, hosted by Ed Hannan of The Channel Co., features Greg Ernst, Intel’s GM of U.S. sales and marketing. In this short...


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