Hewlett-Packard has just unveiled new, low-cost servers -- the Cloudline family of servers -- to meet the needs of service providers that want to differentiate themselves in the market.
The Xeon D server chips just introduced by Intel are designed mostly for servers and network appliances, but as industrial automation grows, they could power robots on factory floors.
SanDisk, best known among consumers for those easily lost microSD flash storage cards the size of a thumbnail, has developed a storage platform at the other end of the scale, dubbed "InfiniFlash."
It's called the Spectre x360, and it's HP's new 13.3-inch notebook that the company said is its "most premium" convertible PC, capable of switching between classic PC, tent, and tablet modes.
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