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Integrated Kinect technology is reportedly draining the battery in mobile prototypes.
After the launch of the nation's first "Super Wi-Fi" network, the Wi-Fi Alliance is now annoyed about the usage of its trademark. An update to last week's Super Wi-Fi network launch is also included.
Acer is attacking the consumer market on four fronts: ultrabooks, netbooks, tablets and smartphones.
Other World Computing (OWC) has introduced two news SSDs in its lineup: the Mercury Enterprise Pro 6G series and 480 GB Mercury Aura Pro Express 6G.
Since you can't even play 4K video on any PC, most of us would not automatically come up with an idea to edit 12-megapixel resolution video on a Macbook Air.
Two netbook prototypes with built-in Kinect sensors have been spotted, supposedly created by Asus and approved by Microsoft.
Apple has reported first quarter financial results for the fiscal quarter ended December 31, 2011.
Although HP denies claims made by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the company has agreed to pay a civil penalty regarding faulty lithium-ion battery packs.
Sony is updating select Vaio notebook lines with 2nd-generation Core i-Series CPUs and other enhancements.
We’ve been more than outspoken about the naming AMD and Nvidia use for their mobile GPUs. Are they really trying to mislead buyers, though? We briefly examine their methodology and frame that against the...
Apple was granted a patent for a wide area touchpad for its notebooks more than seven years after its original filing in August of 2004.
It's assumed that ultrabooks based on the Ivy Bridge platform will feature Thunderbolt connectivity on the higher-end models. Updated, adding info provided by Gigabyte.
Asus has reminded UK users unhappy with the Transformer Prime that it's not too late to return their devices.
We might not see any for a few more months, but AMD's Ultrathins promise to be cheaper than Intel's Ultrabook notebooks.
As 2011 is well behind us, we are looking back at a year of massive successes as well as some catastrophic failures, we are noticing a gateway to opportunity for some interesting products and technologies.
Sony showcased three concept products, two of which consisted of a flexible material.
With a brutal fourth quarter, PC vendors concluded a tough year for the industry.
Lenovo adds another model to Intel's Learning Series line of laptops.
Dell's first Ultrabook, the XPS 13, nips in at just under $1000.
Origin claims to have overclocked its Genesis desktop PC to 5.7 GHz using its proprietary Phase Change cooling system.
HP has kicked off its week at CES with the launch of a laptop with a unique glass design.
Microsoft crammed an interview, demos of Windows Phone, Windows 8 and Xbox with Kinect into one action-packed hour.
With Cedar Trail being released in 2012, we get a look at the next phase for the Atom processors, which includes a quad-core model.
CES may not officially start until tomorrow, but a cursory glance at our CES 2012 hub will tell you that things are already well underway in Las Vegas. Lenovo is joining the host of companies trying to be grab...
Toshiba's thin and light batch of devices at CES 2012 will include a 10.1-inch tablet and a 13.3-inch ultrabook. A water-resistant tablet prototype tablet will also be on display.
Lenovo will be showing its first Thinkpad Hybrid notebook as well as its first business ultrabook.