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This hybris Ultrabook prototype slides into a tablet and an all-in-one PC.
Need more mobile storage space? Western Digital's new 7 mm Scorpio Blue hard drive can now fit inside your Ultrabook.
There is still a big vision behind the One Laptop per Child initiative - a vision that promises educational improvements in countries where children do not usually have access to computers.
Intel is ramping up its Ultrabook marketing campaign.
Acer announced a new, compact pico projector designed as a travel companion.
They had computers in the wild west, apparently.
Intel has recently conducted a study to find out if people really want laptops with touchscreens.
There's a Flashback botnet consisting of 600,000 Apple Macs, some of which reside in Apple's hometown.
Is Intel flip-flopping on its tablet tune? I can still remember very well a concerned CEO Paul Otellini who promised that Intel would catch up on smartphones and especially tablets.
Get ready to be bombarded with commercials and print ads promoting Intel's Ultrabook form factor.
Qualcomm plans to take on Intel's Ultrabook and AMD's "Ultra Thin" with a new quad-core S4 chip packed into a new notebook form factor.
Several members of a cyber crime ring that scammed iTunes out of hundreds of thousands of pounds have been jailed.
Google's upcoming "Daisy" Chromebook will reportedly use Samsung's ARM-based Exynos 5250 SoC.
About a decade ago, the PC was believed to be well on its way to become the digital hub that enables our digital lifestyle and connects multiple devices, content and entertainment applications.
Ever wanted to know how batteries work? You should. They power your laptop and all your mobile devices.
An Apple a day? Not at Microsoft.
HP Thailand apparently leaked some information about upcoming notebooks that can be purchased with Intel Ivy Bridge and AMD Trinity processors.
The race to Windows 8 on tablets continues.
AMD has a good tradition of live demos behind closed doors and this year's CeBIT was no different.
There is an interesting rumor that is likely to cause some meetings between Apple and Nvidia.
Intel has confirmed that optical cables for Thunderbolt will be released later this year.
Our dream of a $499 Ultrabook is going to come at a price.
A beefy follow-on to the GT780DX.
Asus will be introducing five new netbooks at the upcoming CeBit tradeshow.
A new MacBook Air for a market that's crazy for 14-inch notebooks.
Possibly a better way to beam from the small screen to big.