The world of computer hardware is a constantly evolving power struggle between manufacturers who consistently battle one another for market share and customer loyalty by offering new and improved technologies. Whether it be Dell or HP, Intel or AMD, every hardware manufacturer is trying to outdo its competitors with cleverly positioned and cost effective products and service offerings. Now with greater competition and more consumer choice this challenge is greater than ever. Here we look at the changing dynamics of the computer hardware industry, looking at the latest news, hardware reviews, services, product launches and battles which ensue between companies in such sectors as mobile computing, desktops, printers, peripherals, processing power and networking.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show – aka CES – has come and gone. What kind of goodies should we keep an eye out for in 2015? Read on to find out.
Whether you’re a fan of PC or console gaming, the fact remains that the PC gaming hardware market looks set to expand over the next few years, which is impressive considering the economic climate.
Anyone having trouble finding the right gifts for the geek in their life has come to the right place/ In this article we highlight the top hardware, PC components, notebooks, tablet keyboards and more.
Extensive flooding in Thailand has caused a national disaster, killing hundreds and displacing millions. It’s also shut down many of the world’s hard drive manufacturing plants, resulting in a global shortage.
Managers and executives in IT departments have to report on their units regularly. One of the long established methods of reporting IT department activity is a metric called IT spending as a percentage of revenue. But does this ratio provide real insight or is it just another number?
Intel has just unleashed a new Atom variant into the wild. Known by the code name Oak Trail, and given the official model number Z670, this processor will be powering various tablets. Is it enough to put Intel back in the tablet game?
Want a flash drive, but don’t want to have to pay for one? Many places offer flash drive giveaways where you can get free flash drives by entering contests or visiting a sponsor’s website. Free storage, no hassle.
Smart Card technology has become a popular convenience in Europe, however there are instances within the United States in which smart card technology is also used, like some credit cards and ID cards.
A good indicator of a country’s development is how much they spend on information and communication technologies. Here is a run down of data on how much some of the major countries of the world spend on IT!
As with all information technology, the smart card is a double-edged sword containing inherent properties that some view as a cause for concern. But does the bad actually outweigh the good? Let’s take a look at smart card technology pros and cons.