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Lenovo declines Microsoft’s offer to sell the Surface Pro

Even though their new joint ad campaign is quite amicable, Microsoft and Lenovo aren’t exactly bosom buddies. When Microsoft asked Lenovo in September to sell its Surface Pro products, Lenovo declined the company’s offer, Lenovo COO Gianfranco Lanci told a group of reporters at the Canalys Channels Forum. Unlike Dell and HP, both of which chose to be Microsoft Surface ... Read More »

Updated: 10 best 2-in-1 laptops 2015: top hybrid laptops reviewed

Hybrid laptops, or 2-in-1s, are devices that are able to serve as both a laptop and a tablet, either in a detachable design that sees the touchscreen doubling as a tablet, or a convertible approach in which the notebook’s hinge rotates 360 degrees for a similar effect. Hybrid laptops are generally priced in a range between $700 (about £450, AU$800) ... Read More »

Opinion: Should Apple merge iOS and OS X together?

On stage a few weeks ago, Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, stated that the company has “no intention” of merging iOS and OS X, Cupertino’s two main operating systems upon which almost all of its hardware is based. While it may seem odd to consider merging two almost completely contradictory elements – after all, what does the iPhone have ... Read More »

First look: I stuck my head in this stunning curved Asus monitor

Curved monitors have made a surprisingly large splash in everything from high-res 4K TVs to productivity-minded displays built for gaming. Asus wants to break into curved gaming monitors in a big way with its 34-inch Republic of Gamers PG348Q display. The monitor is absolutely massive and when you stick your head near the center of it, the PG348Q really does ... Read More »

5 reasons business users should consider Microsoft’s Lumia 950

3. Finding universal appeal Despite praise for a fresh UI when Live Tiles debuted on Windows Phone 7 in 2010, the platform never really took off, and the biggest complaint against Microsoft’s mobile operating strategy has been the lack of apps. To entice developers and grow its user base, Microsoft is standardizing on the Windows 10 brand. This means that ... Read More »

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