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Dell Latitude E7270 & 3460 Mobile Thin Clients Announced | – Storage Reviews

() Dell has unveiled the Latitude E7270 and Latitude 3460, two new redesigned mobile thin clients purpose-built for professionals on the go who need their intellectual property and data protected.


The E7270 and 3460 thin clients leverage leverage Windows Embedded Standard 7 64-bit, with the option to upgrade to Windows 10 and are designed to power the most demanding use cases–from all-day computing to graphics-intensive applications. They feature Intel dual core processors with integrated graphics, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, and an extended battery life. Both thin clients provide users with a wide selection of connectivity options and ports including USB 3.0, HDMI, gigabit Ethernet, and WLAN and Bluetooth.

Here’s another reminder that Amazon is crushing Microsoft and Google in the cloud

AWS is still king in the cloud.


As shown in the chart below, AWS has generated $8.9 billion over the past 12 months, more than quadruple Microsoft’s $1.8 billion and 15 times the sales of Google’s cloud service. Even more impressive is that AWS is still seeing a whopping 72% year-over-year growth, an unprecedented growth rate for any enterprise service of its scale.


These numbers should be seen with a grain of salt, however, because they are estimates for Microsoft and Google, which don’t break out revenue for their cloud computing services, and because AWS launched its service much earlier than the other two companies’. Microsoft also has a multibillion-dollar cloud software business that is not looped into these estimates.


QNX founder Dan Dodge joins Apple

Apple Inc. is continuing to pillage the automotive software expertise of Ottawa’s QNX Software Systems, quietly hiring the company’s co-founder and former chief executive Dan Dodge earlier this year, according to media reports.


QNX software is already installed in more than half of all cars sold worldwide.