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PRODUCT REVIEW: This is a competitive laptop/tablet with plenty of horsepower and storage, good ease of use, responsiveness, and relatively few flaws.
REVIEW: While Apple's iPhone 6s looks just like its predecessor, nearly everything about its features and performance has changed for the better.
REVIEW: WaveMaker’s development platform combines rapid application development with rapid application deployment using a Platform-as-a-Service model.
REVIEW: Deep Information Sciences brings intelligent heuristics and machine learning algorithms to MySQL implementations to improve the database's performance.
REVIEW: Despite some annoying drawbacks, NeoLAB Convergence's Neo smartpen N2 proves that such a digital input device could be very useful when used with a smartphone.
REVIEW: WatchGuard aims to alleviate the performance and security issues presented by the broad adoption of HTTPS with the M500 Unified Threat Management Appliance.
REVIEW: The BlackBerry Classic provides everything that fans of the company's smartphones want in a larger handset, including the familiar physical keyboard.
REVIEW: Lenovo creates a tabletop PC that's designed to foster collaboration by allowing several people to use it at the same time.
PRODUCT REVIEW: The tablet market up to now has been dominated by those running iOS and Google's Android OS, but Windows always seems to find its share of the market.
FIRST LOOK: Microsoft's next operating system looks like it's building on the best parts of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, and it contains attributes of both, but deep down inside it's something new.