Startup claims near-bare metal NVMe performance by offloading controller functionality to multiple CPUs on back-end storage with an optimised Linux-based operating system
A look at the latest hardware reviews and features from ZDNet.
The updated ZenBook Pro should appeal to business users requiring a fast, powerful laptop that can act as a desktop-replacement system both in the office and on the road.
The University of Reading replaces ageing and difficult-to-manage Red Hat storage with half a petabyte of Nutanix hyper-converged and dodges £1/2 million of VMware costs
Where did it all go wrong for Xiaomi? Xiaomi has unveiled what’s perhaps the best attempt at a MacBook Pro ripoff. Looking at the specs and price of the Mi Notebook Pro, however, it’s clear Xiaomi didn’t merely copy Apple’s flagship laptop. ( Xiaomi | Twitter ) Xiaomi has just announced a new laptop to […]
Could artificial intelligence cause World War 3? Elon Musk fears it might Can an AI tell if you’re gay or straight just from your facial features? A team of researchers created just that, and it’s pretty accurate. ( Kosinski, Michal/ Wang, Yilun ) A team of researchers evidently created an artificial intelligence algorithm that can […]
Hyper-converged appliance maker Scale Computing says it achieved near bare metal performance from NVMe by doing away with controller functionality. Is this the end of the SAN?
New laptops, two-in-ones and tablet dock showcased by Lenovo.
Just because Apple offers something for sale doesn’t mean that it’s a good idea to buy it! Here’s a list of Apple products that you shouldn’t buy, along with one that you can’t buy anymore.
Panasonic has delivered a robust 12-inch hybrid laptop/tablet that’s best in its fully-rugged class right now.