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Why Android on Windows Won’t Mirror IBM’s Windows on OS/2 Mistakes

This week’s announcement of Android on Windows inevitably brings comparisons to the Windows on OS/2 mistakes of IBM a...

HP Builds an Advanced Cloud Workstation for the Metaverse

This week was NVIDIA’s GTC conference, and one of the big announcements was that NVIDIA is building a supercomputer...

Nvidia Turns Its Focus to AI Inference

In the decade since founder and CEO Jensen Huang announced that powering artificial intelligence workloads in the enterprise would...

China May Lead the AI Race, But Expect Fierce Competition

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a revolutionary technology across all industries, promising productivity and automation breakthroughs and previously unavailable insights. As...

Microsoft Ignite: Taking Collaboration to the Next Level

In my mind, two collaboration products lead the field. Cisco Webex and Microsoft Teams. Cisco Webex has begun to embrace...

Facebook Becomes Meta, But Did It Move Too Soon?

When the Internet effectively launched with Netscape nearly three decades ago, several companies sprang up overnight and then crashed...

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Alibaba Introduces Arm-Based Server Chip for Cloud Data Centers

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is rolling out Arm-based processors designed in-house that will power servers within the organization’s data...

HP Wolf Security Report Shows Threat Landscape Getting Scarier

When it comes to securing PCs and Printers, HP is the most advanced of hardware vendors. This advantage is...

Dell Unveils New Servers for a Changing IT World

Dell EMC is rolling out new servers that take into account the increasingly distributed nature of modern IT environments. The...

Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio & Win11: What the MacBook Should Have Been

One of the problems with the customer lock-in strategy that Apple uses is that the vendor tends to take...