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It’s day zero of CES, also known as Press Day, however the announcements have been coming fast and hard for the last couple of days. Earlier this week, Toshiba took the wraps off of the first of what we...
The 750 GB WD Scorpio Black for notebooks is now available for $149.00.
ThinkPads getting refreshed in April.
The little notebook that (kind of) could.
A new generation of netbook?
The next generation is here.
Want to be a demolition man?
Thin is still in.
Even with integrated graphics, there are still lots of discrete graphics!
The $400 Kinpad I600 features 1080p H.264 video but no HDMI-out.
I would have eaten that ice cream right off the keyboard.
Could this limit what you take with you on holidays?
Ubuntu 10.10 has been installed on Google's new Chrome OS-based CR-48 laptop.
We already know that CES is going to be tablet crazy. With Microsoft rumored to be introducing several tablets (and perhaps even a Windows 8 tablet), we know that slates are going to be a running theme...
Will Windows 7 devices have to share the spotlight at CES in January?
Alienware laptops sporting Intel's Sandy Bridge processors were caught on film teasing 3DMark06.
This is the Google notebook.
Dude, you're getting a new logo!
Radeons could be inside the next MacBook Pros.
Not too long ago we were introduced to Acer's Iconia notebook. At a special event in NYC the company proudly showed off the dual-screen tablet, but refused to give away too many details about price or...
WHAT WILL BECOME OF THE INTERNET IF SUDDENLY THERE WERE NO MORE INANE SHOUTING OF NONSENSE?
Don't look at one of these if you're into Windows.
If we remember it correctly, then it was Intel's Paul Otellini during the company's most recent earnings conference call who downplayed the impact of tablets in the PC market.
Apple is now the third-largest manufacturer of mobile PCs. According to DisplaySearch, the company sold 6.3 million units, which translates into a market share of 12.4 percent in this segment globally.
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