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Asus plans to host an Ultrabook conference in New York City this October, and will reportedly reveal five to six Ultrabooks slated for release this year.
HP's Personal Systems Group head Todd Bradley talks about the possible spin-off company.
Consumer demand for tablets is seemingly diminishing as they turn their eyes to Ultrabooks heading to the market beginning next month.
The Razer with a build-in Switchblade.
Move over, dual-core Galaxy Tab. Microsoft's got a quad-core tablet in its arsenal.
Selling up doesn't mean giving up.
Sources claim that Samsung may be gearing up to purchase HP's PC division, and is currently talking with major HP contractors to help fill the orders.
From the humble beginnings of mechanical adding machines to today's multi-core processors, we recount the early developments that took us to where we are today. We also include a convenient timetable showing...
This month LG is launching two notebooks with built-in support for 3D. Unfortunately, they require the use of nerdy polarized glasses.
Intel's Cedar Trail chips have been delayed.
Like IBM in the PC sector, Apple won't always rule the Land of the Tablets.
eBay this week pulled a seller's listing for a 3G MacBook Pro upon request from Apple.
Samsung revealed its first gamer notebook during Gamescom 2011 in Germany.
We all know that Intel has not invented the Ultrabook - perhaps it invented the name, but certainly not the form factor (even if Intel says that Ultrabooks are not just about the size, but about the user...
A 3G MacBook Pro has shown up on
Intel invests in the future of the Ultrabook.
Intel does the math for manufacturers.
Village Instruments is currently working on a Thunderbolt version of its ViDock external graphics card chassis.
"Leaked" images of Acer's upcoming ultrabook have appeared online, revealing a sleek and sexy design.
Toshiba officially priced and dated its new glasses-free notebook for North America.
Acer is calling on fellow notebook manufacturers to take Apple's "outside-of-the-box" approach to innovation. Tablets are nothing more than a fad, too.
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If you were hoping to buy an ultrabook by the end of the year for less than $1000, a price that was previously promised by Intel, you may be disappointed. These first i7 notebooks will be more expensive. But is...
Various online retailers are now taking pre-orders for the super-slim Asus Eee PC X101 netbook.
Is the Pro about to get an Air makeover?
Although Razer's portable PC gaming platform is still deemed as a "concept," the Switchblade will officially sport Intel's Atom Z690 processor.