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Ultrabook prices will begin to fall next quarter partially thanks to a $100 subsidy finally offered by Intel.
Lenovo has become the world's second largest PC maker in the third quarter of this year.
Microsoft has missed "the peak of consumer desire" for Windows 8 tablets, Forrester's JP Gownder believes.
The Windows on ARM platform is expected to make its official debut by 4Q12, followed by the release of actual notebooks in 2Q13.
Gigabyte is giving away up to two Booktop T1132 swivel touchscreen notebooks in its latest Amazing Giveaway contest on Facebook.
Out with the new, in with the old?
Razer's CEO hinted that the company will release small form factor systems once the Razer Blade laptop hits the market next month.
Google is pushing Chromebooks this holiday season with price cuts and a revamped OS.
Up to 50 ultrabooks are expected to be revealed at CES 2012 in January.
Canalys' analysts are more optimistic about PC sales this year than their colleagues from IHS, Gartner and IDC, sort of.
For casual computer usage, or just a game of Angry Birds, all you need is a computer the size of a USB thumb drive.
Sources claim that PC vendors like Acer and Dell will phase out of the tablet business next year due to fierce competition from Apple, Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Fans of Acer's A500 and A100 have something new to look forward to.
Expect to see Snapdragon-based desktops running Windows 8 on the market this time next year.
HP has announced its first ultrabook for the business sector.
It's that time again!
Intel will focus on touch-based ultrabooks running Windows 8 for the next 12 months, CEO Paul Otellini claims.
The head of Nokia France claims that the company will produce a Windows 8 tablet in June of next year.
Someone broke into Razer and snagged a couple of its sexy Razer Blade protoypes.
If you expect the Fire to be a $200 iPad, then there is a good chance that you will be disappointed.
Ultrabooks and future Intel-based devices will allow users to use their NFC-enabled card or smartphone to make an online purchase with a simple tap.
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Asus finally unveils its much anticipated Transformer Prime. It's going to be the first tablet to feature Nvidia's Tegra 3 SoC. While it's not going to ship with Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich, Asus promises a...
Ultrabooks may have had a slow start, but they are now predicted to quickly capture market share and offer an opportunity of unexpected growth for the semiconductor industry.
OLPC wants to make it rain tablets.
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