Acer may be one of the first manufacturers to get a sub-10-inch Windows tablet on the market this year.
When data must be accessible, often instantly, you need to consider a dedicated flash array.
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C-level types talk the talk of IT-business partnership, but at the end of the day you must learn their world
Georges Doriot – aka “The General” – understood that prosperity requires both innovation and strong management. He used that philosophy
Amidst a national gun control conversation, one organization has been focusing on a firearm made almost entirely out of
While notebook shipments overall are projected to decline, the report noted there will be some pockets of growth, such as
The Samsung Galaxy has expanded yet again, but the company’s latest offering isn’t a variation of the brand new
Respondents to our IT Spending Priorities Survey say they’re playing catch-up.
Running Android Jelly Bean with Samsung’s TouchWiz interface layered on top, the Core also offers Galaxy-specific features.
Assumptions can kill an IT project, cautions Comcast’s tech chief.
Last month there was a bit of excitement in the retro gaming community when not one, but two prototype
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Most of Acer’s new Windows 8-based notebooks offer convertible tablet features or touchscreen displays.
If the mobile fanboy war didn’t already have enough fuel keeping the fires going, a new report from an
If you found Dead Space to be more like Resident Evil than Silent Hill (as in, not scary even a little), you’d
Zero-Day Exploit Enabled Cyber-Attack on U.S. Labor Department
Softbank, while Sprint pauses to consider Dish Network’s offer, is forging ahead and on May 2 passed a “significant milestone”
Brian Krzanich’s appointment signals that Intel is staying the course at a time when bolder action is needed, some analysts
If you’re looking for a theme song to show off your geek cred, you may want to avoid “Geekin’”
From video conferencing knockouts to data protection tools, intriguing new products are on tap at Interop Las Vegas 2013. Take