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We chat with Jeff Higashi of the Art Center of College and Design as he talks about the recent DesignStorm session that was organized by Microsoft to create blade concepts for its Surface tablets.
Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan stated in a new interview, "I don't hate on Windows 8", but also took the time to say how "super disappointed" he was with how Dell and HP have treated the PC industry.
More new phones coming out of Mobile World Congress this afternoon, with ZTE getting in on the action this time around. The Chinese hardware manufacturer has outed 3 new handsets named Amigo, Blade and Skate...
Cisco Systems is going to go in direct competition with their existing partners such as IBM and HP with the release of their new blade server line. Previously content to offer network connectivity solutions like...
Dell (NSDQ:Dell) wants its piece of the fast-growing blade server market, and is introducing a new blade server line and channel training and certification to make it happen. Dell, Round Rock, Texas, on Monday unveiled...
Intel is quietly killing its whitebox server blade product line as it prepares to bring out a new architecture more in line with its small and midsize business partners. CRN has learned from channel sources...
IBM next month will start powering its blade servers with Intel Corp.'s low-voltage version of its "Nocona" processor, a move designed to reduce the energy consumption and heat generated by the dense-form-factor systems. Using the...
IBM will expand the communications capabilities of its blade servers this week, with the aim of increasing their appeal for uses such as e-commerce and computing clusters. On Tuesday, Big Blue will begin...
Revisiting the early days of blade servers, Hewlett-Packard will use Intel's Pentium M processor, designed for mobile computers, in a new slim server expected early in the third quarter. HP will upgrade its...