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The new 2-in-1 device from Hewlett Packard Inc.has features that make it adaptable to the way individuals work throughout the day, with four use modes–tent, stand, tablet, and traditional laptop–so users can create, present and collaborate in a comfortable way.
Sports apparel company is known for innovation, but the company’s use of internal collaboration technologies tools were siloed, scattered across departments and not well documented.
The new Drill Through feature, a curated data-exploration component, is now available in Power BI mobile apps.
Due to its alliance with AMD, IGEL now features AMD’s second-generation Embedded G-Series SoC in its UD3 virtual desktop products.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Linux Foundation’s networking group has announced availability of the Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP), code-named “Beijing” which will be used by large carriers to automate network traffic and security in preparation for 5G wireless.
The latest security enhanced BlackBerry phone, produced under license by TCL Communication, starts at $649 and will begin shipping later in June.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Analyst claims Sharp’s expansion into notebook markets lines up with Foxconn Group’s internet and industrial-focused vision and will allow Foxconn Group to cut into the ecosystem of notebook OEMs.
NEWS ANALYSIS: An apparent lack of transparency by Facebook could bring new regulations to technology companies whether they’re needed or not as Congress reacts to fears of Chinese spying on U.S. citizens.
The handset, with a 6.01-inch display and dual main cameras, will also go on sale this summer through selected U.S. retail stores.
DAILY VIDEO: Google's rumored Pixel 3 smartphones have analysts buzzing, and Microsoft releases performance-enhanced .NET Core 2.1.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Apple tells Worldwide Developers Conference 2018 attendees that the emphasis will be on performance, stability and backward compatibility in iOS 12.
The third-generation Pixel phones are expected this fall, according to a report, but Google has a lot to do to be competitive, say analysts.
Announcements included innovations in enterprise, entertainment, cinema, smart wearables, sensing suits, vision and audio enhancement, mixed reality sports and 3-D smartphone technology.