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Workstation Performance From ThinkPad P40 Yoga

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Workstation Performance From ThinkPad P40 Yoga

Lenovo launches what it claims is "the first-ever multimode mobile workstation"-- the ThinkPad P40 Yoga, a convertible hybrid notebook featuring the 4 modes typical of the Yoga line.

The P40 Yoga carries pro-level hardware, including a Quadro M500M GPU with 2GB VRAM, 6th generation Intel Core i7 CPU, up to 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD storage and a 2560x1440 IPS touchscreen with 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity and Wacom Active ES stylus input technology.

As mentioned earlier, the laptop offers 4 usage modes, laptop, stand, tent and tablet. Interestingly, the "Lift 'n' Lock" keyboard automatically rises a frame around the keys when the device switches to tablet mode for more comfortable operation.

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Panasonic Upgrades Toughpad 4K Tablet

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Panasonic Upgrades Toughpad 4K Tablet

Panasonic upgrades the 20-inch Toughpad 4K Performance tablet (model FZ-Y1D), with improvements aimed at visual-intensive industries such as photography, videography, CAD and high-end retail.

The device now carries an Intel Core i7-5600U v Pro processor and an AMD FirePro M5100 GPU, while the OS of choice is either Windows 10 Pro or Windows 7 Professional HDMI 2.0 input with support for Digital Cinema 4K (4090x2106@60fps) allows videographers and photographers to use it as a 20-inch 3840x2560 resolution viewfinder, as well as mobile workstation.

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ARM Claims "Most Efficient" 64-bit Processor

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ARM Claims

ARM announces a successor to the Cortex-A5 and A7 mobile processors-- the Cortex-A35, a 64-bit processor the company says is designed for mobile and embedded applications, including smartwatches.

The Cortex-A35 features big.LITTLE configurability, supports 32- and 64-bit capabilities and is 25% smaller than the Cortex-A53. It also consumes less power (90mW per core according to ARM) while featuring enhancements such as a redesigned instruction fetch unit, new in-order 8-stage pipeline and improved NEON floating-point performance, making it ideal for next generation low-cost devices.

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BlackBerrry Presents Priv Android Phone

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BlackBerrry Presents Priv Android Phone

Customers missing the hardware keyboard from BlackBerry smartphones but want to keep Android as an OS are in luck-- the company presents the Priv, the first Android-powered BlackBerry handset.

Revealed as part of the BlackBerry fiscal Q2 results report, CEO John Chen says the Priv "combines the best of BlackBerry security and productivity with the expansive mobile application ecosystem available on the Android platform."

Further details on the "flagship slider device" will only be available in the coming weeks, but rumours suggest it features a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge-style curved display, 18MP camera and, of course, a QWERTY keyboard.

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BlackBerry Acquires Good Technology

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BlackBerry Acquires Good Technology

BlackBerry eliminates a cross-platform enterprise mobility management (EMM) rival from the market through the $425 million acquisition of Good Technology.

The buy makes sense for BlackBerry, since Good will allow the expansion of cross-platform BlackBerry EMM solutions. Good has strong multi-OS management expertise, with iOS devices make 64% of Good technology activations, followed by Android and Windows. On the other hand BlackBerry expertise lies in BlackBerry 10 (obviously), as well as Android management.

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