Research In Motion is about to enter the battle of its life, and as you'll see in my review of its new flagship, the BlackBerry Z10, it's using everything in its arsenal to win. Maybe win is the wrong word; perhaps victory for BlackBerry right now is something more like not losing everything. Because if you've been following this story, you know that everything is what's at stake.The company is coming back into the game with force, that much is clear. Its new touchscreen smartphone is the serious contender BlackBerry has been claiming it would be, packing in the specs, software prowess, and services to take on even the most entrenched players
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CIOs with loose bring-your-own-device policies might find their corporate networks clogged should employees bring the just-announced Macbook Pro computers to work. Introduced at Apple’s developer conference Monday, the new Macbook Pro is fitted with a Retina display, whose resolution of 2880-by-1800 pixels packed into a 15.4-inch screen is the crispest screen for a computer yet, clearer than Apple’s newest iPad.
But it may also wreak havoc on CIOs’ networks and connectivity budgets — better quality displays require more network bandwidth, which allows users to increase data consumption.
Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) is on a roll. The company unveiled a trio of ultra-portable Windows 8 machines late last month and then followed up with a trio of All-in-One Windows 8 PCs last week. Now, the company has announced a trio of upcoming Windows 8 notebooks alongside a number of business machines and accessories. Starting with the high-end HP ENVY m4 pictured above, this sleek Windows 8 laptop features the latest Intel Core i3 and i5 processors along with up to 8GB of RAM, as much as 1TB of storage and an in-built optical drive. The sleek laptop also sports a 14-inch high-definition display, Beats Audio and fingerprint security.Moving on to
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