Partnership will see both companies embracing each others’ products Made several key announcements on new products and enhancements across most, if not all, products
CPU giant Intel is getting into VR and will compete against Facebook's Oculus Rift and HTC's Vive. Intel's Brian Krzanich announced that the company is working on a standalone mixed reality headset, codenamed Project Alloy. It will be compatible with Microsoft's Windows Holographic platform.
The Dell S2817Q monitor is well worth considering if you are planning an upgrade to 4K. Although it is not a champion in colour reproduction and contrast, it does provide a large screen at an affordable price, writes Ajith Ram.
Worldwide IT spending is forecast to be flat in 2016, totalling US$3.41 trillion, according to Gartner Inc, with Malaysia and Singapore among the exceptions.
Virtualisation giant VMware Inc believes that device and desktop management platforms will converge, with more organisations wanting to manage all these end-points via a single dashboard.
The Dell Inspiron 24 7000 all-in-one PC is not an iMac clone. Stylish and affordable, it is targeted at the office worker for whom space is at a premium.
Windows 10 features coming to Xbox Includes Cortana and Windows Store IF all marriages were made in heaven, as the saying goes, then Microsoft's Xbox division would be on top of the world at the moment. But as too many people can attest, marriages can also be made in hell or at least, purgatory.
Lenovo is having a tough time these days. Despite being the world's largest PC vendor, beating both Dell and HP in unit sales, the company just cannot seem to turn a profit. The financial report for fiscal 2015 (April 2015 - March 2016) shows the company recording revenues of US $44.912 billion. That is a decrease of three percent from the previous fiscal year and a net loss of US $128 million.
World's first liquid-cooled 2-in-1 R1 series monitors with thin bezel
Windows 10 update removes some limitations Gamers can set their own monitor refresh rate IT has been some time coming. Finally, it looks like Microsoft is responding to the complaints of gamers regarding the limitations of Windows 10.