Amid the recent spate of alarming, high-profile retail heists of confidential customer data, Intel (INTC) is offering new technology baked into point-of-sale (POS) platforms to encrypt consumer and financial information.
IBM’s decision to sell its Retail Store Solutions business to Toshiba for $850 million seems a win-win outcome for both companies, with IBM to establish Toshiba as a premier business partner and work to link Toshiba’s retail solutions with the industry-specific expertise IBM is cultivating with its smarter commerce campaign.
1) BNIB/Sealed: Intel i7 4770K. Yes, it was from the Micro Center sale. And yes, I jack up the price a little, but for those that don't live near a Micro Center, it's still heck of a price (compared to Newegg's price).
***And I need one of the two boards below GONE!***
2) Intel DZ77BH-55K. From an RMA a few months back. Tested and working just fine.
Intel G3258 LGA1150 CPU - Retail + MSI Z97 Guard Pro ATX Motherboard - $120 Shipped
I have used this CPU for approx. 1 month and it OC's to around 4.4Ghz at 1.2V IBT stable under a Corsair H60 (YMMV of course). CPU comes with retail box and unused HSF. Motherboard is NIB with all accessories/manuals/documentation.
Revel Systems, the company behind iPad-based POS products that have mostly been focused on restaurant customers, today announced the addition of two major new retail clients to its portfolio, as well as new features aimed at retail uses and hardware integrations to help clients switch from existing systems and provide retail users with easier onboarding.
The retail partners for Revel this time aro