Market watchers IDC and Gartner just released their figures on PC shipments in this year’s third quarter. They agree that Lenovo is now the top supplier by units shipped worldwide. And they agree that about 67 million PCs were shipped in Q3.
Chrome OS devices aren’t just for kids anymore.
Chromebooks have caught on in schools, and it’s easy to see why. The devices are inexpensive, durable and easy to maintain.
But Chrome devices are going upscale. Earlier this week HP introduced its Chromebook x360 14, which features a convertible hinge and 14-inch display.
October is shaping up as a big month for hardware.
Yesterday, Intel introduced its 9th Gen Core CPUs for gaming systems. Today, Google is expected to announce phones, tablets and more.
Also yesterday, both Facebook and HP upped their hardware games. Facebook introduced its first hardware product. And HP introducing a sleek, larger Chromebook convertible. Here’s your update.
HP Chromebook x360 14
With its eye on the fast-growing gaming industry, Intel today introduced its 9th Gen Intel Core desktop processor family.
The processors were introduced at an event held this morning in New York City. There, Anand Srivatsa, VP of Intel’s client computing group, said “serious gaming requires serious performance.”
The Intel Virtual Technology Conference is coming to a desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile device near you!
This bi-annual online conference has been developed to inform and educate the Intel Technology Provider community.
For professionals like you who are involved in designing, recommending, distributing or reselling Intel products and solutions, it’s a conference not to be missed.
> When: October 11, 2018 | 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. PT / 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. ET
Your Windows 10 PC-using customers have new features coming. Microsoft just introduced the Windows 10 October 2018 update.
The OS update adds some cool new features, including the ability to view the browsing history on a smartphone and some related improvements to Outlook.
How fast are Intel’s Xeon Scalable processors? Nearly 100 world records fast.
Yesterday Intel announced that its Xeon Scalable processors have set 95 performance world records using industry-standard benchmarks.
Serving data-center customers hasn’t been easy. Your customers have high-priority workloads they need to have configured and optimized for fast deployment and optimal performance across the spectrum of data-center uses.
Your data-center customers have a new platform for deploying FPGA-based workloads.
Intel this week introduced its most powerful field-programmable gate array, the Intel Programmable Acceleration Card (PAC) with Intel Stratix 10 SX FPGA. It’s a PCIe-based FPGA acceleration card that offers inline high-speed interfaces of up to 100 Gbps.