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A lawsuit seeking class-action status has been filed against Apple in Texas.
Computer manufacturer Acer has announced that it has teamed up with education charity the e-Learning Foundation to give hundreds of laptops to schools around London following the Olympics.
Lenovo introduced two new Ultrabooks, one geared for the high-end market and the other for small businesses.
The gadget plugs directly into an electrical socket and extends your Wireless N network.
Intel is pushing for a new mSATA SSD standard for Ultrabooks called NGFF.
The OLPC XO now seems to be on track to get a touch screen.
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This is the first Google TV device to ship with OnLive pre-installed.
Following a June announcement that some of its G-series notebooks are available with Nvidia's GTX 675M graphics, MSI has now added the GTX 680M in two new flagship models.
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Panasonic, Samsung and LG are pushing prismatic lithium-ion batteries to be the standard solution in notebooks and ultrabooks.
Sales don't quite match the marketing yet.
Acer is refunding the $15 upgrade fee for the Aspire S3, Aspire S5, Aspire M3 and Aspire M5 Ultrabooks.
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In an industry that is facing the perfect storm, only Apple, Asus and Lenovo are keeping their heads above the water.
Supply chain sources have spilled the goods on licensing fees for Windows 8 Pro and Windows RT.
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