Computer Hardware News

  • IT Spending by Industry in Recent Years and the Near Future

    Taking a closer look at IT spending -- by industry and by year – shows some interesting trends. Overall the industry is booming, but distribution shifts; that being said, the major researching entities are not sure the can completely agree on...
    By Sylvia Cochran June 22, 2010 

  • HP Pavilion tx2500z Series Tablet PC Review

    If you are in the market for a new tablet PC, the tx2500z series from HP offers a ton of features at a very affordable price.
    By Finn Orfano June 6, 2010 

  • The Innovation and Advancement of Computer Hardware

    What changes you can expect to see in the coming years when it comes to advancement in computer hardware.
    By Finn Orfano May 30, 2010 

  • Is There Really a 128 GB USB Flash Drive Out There?

    USB Flash Drives get bigger and cheaper every year.So what is the biggest thumb drive you can buy right now?There are reliable companies making 128GB USB drives now, but there are ads and claims for some very good fakes of 128 GB drives too. Bright...
    By Rebecca Scudder April 27, 2010 

  • Intel vs AMD: 2010 Could Be a Slow Year for AMD Processors

    With no Bulldozer or Fusion CPUs Until 2011, will there be any AMD processors that can compete against Intel's Sandy Bridge in 2010?
    By J. F. Amprimoz January 11, 2010 

  • Windows 64-bit: Do You Really Need It?

    The phrase “64-bit” gets tossed around a lot, but what does it really mean? We’ll take a look at some of the differences between 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems (particularly, Windows 7) so you’ll be more informed...
    By Michele McDonough December 14, 2009 

  • Antec's Skeleton: Stand Out PC Casing

    Everybody that I've shown this case thinks it's a unique design. But originality doesn't necessarily make for a better product. We review the Skeleton case to see how its radical appearance affects usability.
    By Berry van der Linden December 4, 2009 

  • Holographic Storage Memory for Computer Systems

    Long a staple of science fiction, holographic data storage on physical media is now available for computer systems. The industry is young and the entrance pricey, but it offers many benefits over conventional storage. The creation of this device required...
    By Lamar Stonecypher November 10, 2009 

  • This Day in Computer History: November 6

    Today marks the anniversary of the signing of the contract that started Microsoft down the road to fame and fortune. Read about the contract and more in "This Day in Computer History", a chronology of notable events in the computer, ecommerce...
    By Pipedreamergrey November 6, 2009 

  • Total Cost of Computer Ownership for Home Users

    Commercial industries often consider the total cost of purchasing an asset beyond the sticker price. Home users can learn from Total Cost of Ownership analysis when buying a computer.
    By John Garger September 2, 2009 
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