Buying a new computer can be a daunting task. This primer will guide you to making an informed decision, saving money, and ensuring a more productive and satisfying computing experience.
Let’s explore the factors consumers and business users face when choosing a PC or Mac -- and how Arm versions of Windows and Apple Silicon impact these decisions.
As industry leaders in chip manufacturing vie for supremacy, there's mounting speculation that the capabilities of smartphones might soon rival the traditional dominance of laptops. Let's look at the key contenders and their strategies in this shifting tech landscape.
Just when it looked like a competitor was going to outflank Apple in the processor wars, the Cupertino, Calif. company raised the bar once again with its new M3 chip series.
This year’s Qualcomm event was all about AI, and it promised not only to revolutionize smartphones and PCs but also to create a level of interoperability that has been promised for years but never delivered.
The technology market is defined by companies that take significant risks and execute against nearly impossible odds. Let’s talk about how Lenovo is taking chances and winning market share.
While navigating challenges in their respective markets, HP and Qualcomm have demonstrated a sustained commitment to innovation as a strategy for long-term growth.
I believe we are in the end days of the traditional PC and that it is due to evolve or be replaced by a smartphone derivative. Gelsinger is clearly on the “evolve” path as he discussed a very aggressive cadence for the next several generations of AI-enhanced PCs and servers.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon G series aims to embrace game-focused handhelds across the price spectrum. The company will offer processors it hopes can drive gaming handhelds ranging from inexpensive cloud-only devices to portable powerhouses.