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Google Chromebook outsells MacBooks and Android tablets in US

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Intel NUC 4th generation with Core i5 processor

The fourth generation of Intel’s NUC (Next Unit of Computing – whatever the heck that means) has arrived, and the company finally seems to have made some excellent decisions around the little kit that could. The NUC basically seeks to replace the cumbersome desktop computer with a tiny box, stuffing a variety of ultrabook-size components into its elegant chassis, all ... Read More »

Enterprise Cloud Forum: Almost half of enterprises ‘prehistoric’ with respect to BYOD, says Oracle security VP

Nearly half of all enterprises are refusing to embrace BYOD (bring your own device) and risk falling behind in terms of productivity as well as appearing old fashioned to employees, Oracle’s EMEA VP of security and identity solutions, Alan Hartwell, said at the Enterprise Cloud Forum in Monaco today. “Forty-four per cent of companies don’t do BYOD because they can’t ... Read More »

HP’s upswing: a second wind, or just an XP-based blip?

HP’s surprising $27.6bn third quarter revenue – a full one per cent up on last July’s figures – has caused CEO Meg Whitman to loudly and proudly state that her plan to turn around HP in the PC space is coming good. “When I look at the way the business is performing, the pipeline of innovation and the daily feedback ... Read More »

Confirmed: Windows 10 Enterprise does NOT qualify for free upgrade, says Microsoft

Window 10 Enterprise is not part of any of Microsoft’s free OS upgrade offers, the company has confirmed to Computing. Following the minor hysteria surrounding the company’s retracted blog over the weekend apparently offering to upgrade preview versions of Windows 10 into full versions on release, Computing asked the company whether enterprise users may be able to sneak through this ... Read More »

Robots replace 90 per cent of humans in Chinese factory – productivity increases 162 per cent

The Changying Precision Technology Company factory in Dongguan, China, has replaced 90 per cent of its human workers with robots – and is now producing three times as many pieces of technology. Instead of 650 human employees, there are now only 60, with general manager Luo Weiqiang telling Chinese newspaper the People’s Daily that the aim is to cut this ... Read More »

BlackBerry shrivels – but confirms Android ‘privacy’ device

Smart device manufacturer BlackBerry has reported worse second-quarter results than expected, with revenues of $490m against consensus estimates of $611m, with forecasts of modest sequential growth for the rest of fiscal 2016. Profit margins are also falling. The results are significant for three reasons. First, because analyst forecasts of $611m represented Wall Street’s predictions of BlackBerry’s spiralling fortunes finally hitting ... Read More »

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