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PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Our analyst, Rob Enderle, has seen the laptop future, and it is customized leather. HP's Spectre Folio is very light, the leather has padding, and when carried it feels extremely secure in your hands.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: RISC-V, with the addition of the soon-to-come 5G broadband wireless connectivity, is expected to become a major boost for all areas of IT during the next few years.
IT BUSINESS ANALYSIS: A strategic initiative that Dell calls the “compute continuum” emphasizes OEM solutions that can be effectively deployed, managed and supported from the edge of the network to on-premises data centers to the cloud, regardless of complexity, environmental or scale challenges.
NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: 2019 will be a huge year for technology change, and there are some products that both have been announced and that we expect will be announced that we're looking forward to this year. Here are several of them.
IT EVENT PREVIEW: This year, 5G connectivity, immersive reality and digital trust are high on the interest list. These all provide the ultimate in personalization and end-user experience, enabling a connected ecosystem across smart cities, smart homes and in-vehicle technology.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Until recently, it has been hard to find much in the way of laptop innovation. This last year, however, there was a bit of a rebellion. Microsoft released the Surface Go, HPI launched the Spectre Folio and Lenovo released its Yoga Book C930 with dual displays--one traditional...
PREDICTIONS 2019: Intelligent automation is the next phase in automation, focused on management, scale and integration of people and machines. Here are some predictions for this sector for 2019.
NEW PRODUCT NEWS: Nvidia has unwrapped a small, but powerful offering for developers working on the latest generation of autonomous devices and other AI systems. The Jetson AGX Xavier is a palm-sized module designed to help developers across a wide range of industries working on autonomous...
INDUSTRY RESEARCH: More than one-half of shoppers (51 percent) believe they are better connected with their smartphones than store associates. Two-thirds of retail store staff believe they can provide better customer service using tablets.