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The future is discless.
The more the merrier.
The Sony VAIO Z has arrived here in the States sporting an external dock packed with an AMD Radeon HD 6650M GPU.
In the near future, we won't have tablets, netbooks and notebooks says Intel.
Four new Alienware laptops now offer Bigfoot's "Killer" NIC as an option.
Reports from Taiwan-based part and component suppliers claim that HP will be the first to hit the market with "ultrabook" notebooks.
Gateway has revamped its ID Series and NV Series of notebooks, one of which features a 14-inch display in a 13.3-inch chassis.
Motorola's Xoom is the first Honeycomb-based tablet; but how does it fare against Apple's iPad 2? There's a lot to go over, from Google's new software platform to Nvidia's Tegra 2. Let's dig a little deeper to...
It's the "world's first" glasses-free 3D notebook, claims Toshiba.
Tom's IT Pro goes hands-on with the HP tablet.
Yes, it plays very well.
The best of both worlds for the roadwarrior and desktop replacement.
Although Samsung already released a Chomebook, Acer America claims its new AC7000 is the first Chome-based device to hit North American shelves.
Here comes the first wave of notebooks sporting processors based on ARM's architecture.
Low power for the speed.
It's summer! Go outside and play... Farmville?
Gartner has, once more, revised the shipment forecast for PCs this year.
TimelineX gets updated.
ARM's CEO thinks that Windows 8 will push ARM-based chips into 40-percent of the market's netbooks by 2015.
Three ASUS Eee PC models now sport Ubuntu 10.10 in addition to the Windows 7 Starter option.
Perhaps it is just me, but I find Intel's ultrabook pitch somewhat confusing. Is this an evolution of the notebook, is it a replacement for the netbook or is it a targeted alternative to tablets?
The Asus Republic of Gamers G53SX Naked Eye 3D notebook, currently on display at Computex, seems to use software to create the effect without a special screen.
Will chip makers be bound to one manufacturer?
Sliver-slim and silver.
Asus is showcasing a 3D version of its Eee Pad MeMO sporting a glasses-free 3D IPS screen, a stylus and Google's Honeycomb OS.