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Heartbleed prompts joint vendor effort to boost OpenSSL, security

Cisco, Dell, Facebook, IBM, Intel, Google and Microsoft are among those backing the initiative via the Linux Foundation read more »

With OpenPower, IBM tries to turn the tables on Intel

The company will license its new Power 8 chip to other companies to build hyperscale systems read more »

Raspberry Pi alternatives emerge to fill need for speed

The HummingBoard and $50 Banana Pi are faster alternatives to the popular $25 Raspberry Pi PC read more »

What kind of tablet does $5,000 get you?

Xplore's new XC6 DMSR tablets may break the bank, but can take 7-foot drops and remain submerged in water read more »

4 things to do now to get ready for the Internet of Things

Loads of IP-addressable sensors are descending on the enterprise. Here's how you'll need to pull them all together. read more »

AMD steers clear of low-cost tablet market

AMD says Intel's contra-revenue tablet maker subsidy program is "foreign" to the company read more »

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Securing the Enterprise

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HP acquisitions

HP acquisitions

Following HP's dispute with Autonomy, we look back at other HP acquisitions in this Computerworld UK slideshow.


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Core intel In Depth

Desktop or mobile workstation?

How do you choose between form factors? read more »

Invasion of the body snatchers: wearable devices are coming for you

Privacy and form-factor are some of the big questions for this emerging category read more »

Data analytics: Eye-popping results from Intel, UPS and Express Scripts

These three top-tier businesses are reaping huge rewards from data analytics. Here's what your company might be missing out on. read more »

How to pick a CPU when buying servers

As your IT team looks to upgrade your computational and storage systems, be sure you understand the choices and tradeoffs you face regarding your server CPU options. Some of our recommendations may seem, well, counterintuitive read more »

Intel still struggling in smartphone market as ARM rivals move forward

Intel makes only incremental smartphone chip improvements, while Nvidia and Qualcomm made power and performance improvements on ARM chips read more »

The impact of the 'Internet of Things' on corporate IT

As billions of chip-enabled devices connect to the internet, many businesses are making strides towards supporting the IoT read more »

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Core intel Slideshows

Microsoft Surface RT - Features of new ARM Windows tablet

A broad screen, and that keyboard is like something you've never seen read more »

Clover Trail tablets - New Intel-powered Windows 8 devices

Several big OEMs have already debuted new Intel-powered tablets running Windows 8 read more »

The new PC era - Eight hot laptop-tablet hybrids

These devices attempt to bring the best of the tablet and laptop worlds together in one portable package read more »

Tizen mobile OS - A twisted tale

A new OS has been in development since the start of 2012, backed by two major hardware technology companies - Intel and Samsung - hoping to gain a foothold in the software side of the mobile computing device market read more »

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