Computing hardware includes the physical computer, storage and networking assets used by IT for business and personal use.

NewsFor Microsoft Corp., even dramatically scaled back plans in smartphones are probably too ambitious.
NewsIntel Corp. President Renée James will step down to seek appointment as chief executive officer elsewhere in a reshuffle that cements CEO Brian Krzanich’s control over the world’s largest chipmaker.
NewsBlackBerry, which is transforming from a smartphone maker to a mobile security company, delivered weak earnings this week but is not for sale at current stock prices, CEO John Chen says.
PlatformsThe mainframe undoubtedly has great potential in the big data arena, but there are significant challenges that need to be addressed in order to tap the full cost and performance advantages.
NewsHewlett-Packard Co. reported fiscal second-quarter profit that exceeded analysts’ estimates as corporate spending on servers picked up ahead of the computer maker’s planned separation into two companies.
NewsIBM continues to bolster its business analytics and big data initiatives across Watson Analytics in the cloud; Bluemix developer tools; and Power Systems hardware.
ResearchAs consumers snap up the Apple Watch, corporations -- including the insurance industry -- are adopting wearable technologies, according to new research.
NewsMicrosoft expects a billion people to adopt Windows 10 within two to three years of its release, perhaps signaling a shift beyond PCs, tablets and phones to the Internet of Things (IoT).
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NewsAmazon’s cloud business may be the fastest-growing corporate technology business of all time and executives contend that it can grow to be bigger than the company’s $83 billion-per-year retail operation.
NewsReal-time intelligence and big data analytics will create smart factories and revolutionize the HMI (human-machine interface) software market, new research suggests.
NewsIBM’s first-quarter earnings beat analysts’ estimates that were already significantly lowered, helped by sales of its new mainframe and cloud-computing services.
NewsAs Hewlett-Packard Co. gets ready to split into two businesses (Hewlett-Packard Enterprise and HP Inc.), its future rests on “the Machine.”
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