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Hands-on review: XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro ticks all the boxes
XP-Pen is a Japanese company that prides itself on delivering high-performance drawing tablets and styluses on a budget.
Toshiba's laptop division revived as Dynabook with Sharp capital injection
To mark the occasion, the Dynabook Rewards programme is offering resellers $50 for every Dynabook or Toshiba branded device sold before December 31.
Culture, coding, and phở – Why budding developers are heading to Vietnam
CoderSchool’s immersive three-month bootcamps equip participants with skills for employability in a rapidly developing city with low living costs.
CASE STUDY: How Ricoh avoided disruption by meeting changing business needs
Ricoh Hong Kong is a document management solutions and IT services provider that needed to evolve its product portfolio to be more dynamic and agile.
SMB benefits from a living wage outweighs costs - NextGen
"If they introduce the shift to a living wage in stages, and if their business is running in good order, it is definitely affordable."