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Lenovo launches assortment of new offerings at MWC 2023

At Mobile World Congress  (MWC 2023) in Barcelona, Lenovo unveiled its latest PC and Chromebook offerings, which it said are designed to help “embrace...

Microsoft announces Surface Laptop Go 2

Microsoft has refreshed its budget-friendly Surface Laptop Go to the second generation. The Surface Laptop Go 2 now comes with an upgraded processor and...

CES 2020: Intel shows off Tiger Lake processors with ‘double-digit performance gains’ and new graphics

At the Intel CES 2020 conference on Jan. 6th, Intel gave a glimpse of its Tiger Lake processor, the next-gen processor that will succeed Ice Lake launched just last year.

IDC White Paper: Flash Accelerated and Cloud Ready: New Storage Requirements for Enterprise Apps

Did you know that over 77% of all enterprises have adopted a “virtual first” strategy for new server deployment? Virtual infrastructure has become the...

How mobile device use is pushing wireless bandwidth expectations ever further

Wireless access points are becoming easier to deploy and manage across branch offices as enterprises look to expand capacity and coverage

Sierra Wireless calls off merger with Cradlepoint

In April, the Vancouver-based wireless modem maker had announced a definitive agreement to buy Cradlepoint, which makes docking cradles. The breakup will cost Sierra Wireless $700,000.

Intel gears for January launch of mobile dual-core processor

Chipmaker Intel Corporation is giving mobile computing a boost in performance and much better power efficiency, with a goal of enabling eight-hour continuous battery life by 2008. Intel's sequel to the Centrino mobile platform, codenamed Napa, is equipped with its Yonah dual-core processor technology that promises to be nearly 40 per cent faster than the current Sonoma Intel Pentium M 780 processor.

Case studies

Two case studies highlight the approaches taken by two government organizations towards providing field employees with mobile computing technology.

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