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Research roundup: cloud infrastructure, women in tech, smart homes, AR

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Intel combines Optane memory & SSD on a single drive

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Discover 2nd Gen Xeon Scalable processors at Intel Virtual Technology Conference

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Eager to learn how the new 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors can help your data-center customers — and your business?

You’re in luck. The Spring 2019 Intel Virtual Technology Conference, coming on May 15, will feature 4 sessions related to the new Intel Xeon Scalable processors:

> 2nd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory

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PC market to stall for 8th consecutive year: new forecast

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Windows 10 May 2019 Update: coming soon, and with more user control

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Research roundup: security spending, warehouse robots, public cloud

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Intel offers new processors for today’s data-centric computing

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Data centers are changing, and fast. The servers that power them need to catch up just as quickly.

Think your customers’ data centers are just quietly running accounting applications? Think again. We’re in the middle of a data-center transformation, ushered in by a new era of data-centric computing. If your data-center customers aren’t already implementing the cloud, 5G, IoT edge devices and artificial intelligence, it’s likely they will soon.

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Curved monitors: getting more affordable — and more popular

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The straight truth about curved PC monitors is that they’re too expensive. Or at least, they were. Until recently, a curved monitor cost a lot more than its comparably sized flat-screen counterpart. That limited customers mainly to enthusiastic and deep-pocketed gamers.

But now prices for curved monitors are dropping to levels that a lot more affordable. And sales are taking off.

 

HP 27b Curved Monitor

 

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Why integrating smart-home systems could be smart for tech providers

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Smart-home tech is definitely cool. But so far it hasn’t been much of a business opportunity for tech providers. Fortunately, that could change very soon.

To date, Amazon and Google have been the big beneficiaries. They’ve sold literally millions of their smart-home gadgets, including voice-activated speakers, smart thermostats and security cameras. Apple, Samsung and other big suppliers are getting in on the business, too.

Good for them. But that hasn’t left a lot of business or money for tech providers.

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Lenovo adds 3rd-party PC gear to its retail site

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