MSI WS75 workstation laptop review: slim yet mighty

Cramming professional-grade hardware into a compact body, the MSI WS75 is a compelling laptop for those that need workstation performance...

August 6th, 2019 Tom Li

AMD launches Ryzen 3000-series and “Picasso” A-series mobile processors

AMD revealed its Ryzen 3000 series and "Picasso" A-series mobile processors at CES 2019 in Las Vegas. The new AMD Ryzen...

January 7th, 2019 Tom Li

Samsung DeX Review – All Hands on Tech

It’s tough to imagine swapping your laptop for a smartphone at your work desk, but Samsung is trying to make...

November 7th, 2017 Alex Radu

IBM rolls out raft of Power servers

IBM rolls out raft of Power servers

IBM Corp. Tuesday rolled out a raft of new servers based on its Power5+ processors, including a new server with...

February 14th, 2006 Shelley Solheim

Wireless mesh works wonders for Royal Ottawa hospital

Wireless mesh works wonders for Royal Ottawa hospital

The Royal Ottawa Hospital will be the first in Canada to deploy a wireless mesh network for telemedicine, accessible from...

July 7th, 2005 Brian Eaton

Quick login makes for better patient care

Quick login makes for better patient care

Forty-five seconds is a lifetime for doctors at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto when trying to access patient information on...

March 17th, 2005 Vanessa Ho

New Orion workstation puts cluster in a box

New Orion workstation puts cluster in a box

A new company thinks it has the answer to the complaints of scientists and engineers looking for high-performance computing (HPC)...

August 29th, 2004 Tom Krazit

HP to manage IT for Finnish energy giant

HP to manage IT for Finnish energy giant

Finnish energy giant Fortum Corp. has signed a five-year agreement with Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) to manage its IT infrastructure and...

August 24th, 2004 Scarlet Pruitt

HP updates Unix workstation

HP updates Unix workstation

Nothing hurts the ears of a user like the droning buzz of a Unix workstation. With that in mind, Hewlett-Packard...

April 27th, 2004 Rebecca Reid