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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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HP will be losing Phil McKinney, chief technology officer of the PC unit.
Asus' new Transformer will have to make do with Honeycomb for now.
The race to the virtual checkout is over. It's now time for some reflections on the Touchpad Firesale. HP's out of the tablet fight, but Google would do well to draw lessons from the eleventh hour TouchPad...
Right after HP revealed that it's keeping the PC division under the same roof, the company revealed plans for a Windows 8 tablet and ultrabooks.
Nokia indicated that the Lumia experience will appear on tablets and PCs in the future.
HP has brought balance back to the PC sector with its decision to keep its PSG after all.
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The InfiniTV 4 USB device is out to replace your cable box using Media Center on Windows 7.
HP may build an entirely new tablet using Microsoft's upcoming ARM-friendly OS, Windows 8.
The new MWR102 serves as a 802.11n router, access point and client bridge for $39.99 USD.
Apple has ever so quietly rolled out an update that gives its MacBook Pro line a nice boost.
AMD is eying the ultrabook form factor with its Deccan and Kerala platforms.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini said that Sony will launch an ultrabook before Christmas.
ARM has revealed a new processor and a technology that will switch between two processors within a single SoC for better performance and battery life.
Vodafone officially launches its Ubuntu-based netbook in South Africa today, which will be distributed by local telco Vodacom.
Ultrabook manufacturers may follow Acer's lead by using hybrid HDDs instead of SSDs in future waves.
The first ultrabooks are out of the gate and it appears that Intel can breathe a sigh of relief. However, Intel will be making sure that the market development will stay on track and will be funding the segment...
Asus has officially revealed the UX21 and UX31 "Zenbooks," ranging from $999 to $$1,449 USD.
The first ultrabook is slated to arrive this Sunday, October 16, for $899.99 USD, and is already listed for pre-ordering on Amazon.
Microsoft has filed a patent for a technology that would enable multiple users to wirelessly connect to a single computing device and share a desktop session.
Nvidia is handing out two Alienware M18x gaming notebooks during October and November.
Acer plans to release a 15-inch ultrabook with a fiberglass body in early 2012. Asus also plans to use fiberglass in future ultrabook models.
Asus says there's room for tablets and ultrabooks to co-exist. Meanwhile, HP and Dell are gearing up to offer ultrabooks of their own.