Hardware maker Dell is following the lead of some of its rivals by backing away from the Android tablet platform. Dell will stop making its Android Venue tablets, and focus instead on 2-in-1s.
Blackboards have been replaced by whiteboards and markers. Yet, the basic tools of the classroom and conference room still haven't evolved all that much. Dell hopes its new solutions will hit the spot.
Chipmaker Qualcomm is expanding its support for Google’s new mobile VR tech, Project Tango, which will be supported on its Snapdragon 820 processor, and future Snapdragon 600 and 800 chips.
Set to arrive in retail stores this fall, HP's new Chromebook 11 G5, weighing in at 2.51 pounds, will be priced starting at just $189, although the addition of a touchscreen will bring the cost up to $269.
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