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Computex is just a couple of weeks away and the rumors about upcoming product announcements are just starting to trickle in. Leading the way are reports that Acer will début its Chrome OS devices at the show.
It's been a long road but it looks like Asus' EeePC Keyboard is finally shipping.
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Intel says that there will be plenty of new Intel-based tablets at Computex.
Custom system builder AVADirect is one of the few companies to offer the flexibility of multiple graphics modules within the same notebook model. We used its high-end W860CU to compare AMD's and Nvidia's...
Is it a netbook or is it a tablet with a keyboard?
Verizon has confirmed that it is partnering with Google to bring an Android-powered tablet to the market.
Lenovo is first out the gate offering Intel's new Core series ULV chips.
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Intel has confirmed plans for Core i3 and i5 ULV processors.
HP is already making the most out of its billion dollar acquisition of Palm.
AMD will be in more new laptops this summer than in 2009.
Intel's Atom running Chrome in Windows XP beats the Apple iPad running Safari.
Not only will this laptop be super light, but will feature a Super Charged ion Battery.
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Another interconnect technology, but this one does impress.
Ouch. Acer didn't speak too fondly of AMD's XGP technology.
As part of its decision to show increased support for Android (and, you know, stick it to Apple), Adobe has demonstrated Flash running seamlessly on a tablet running Google's mobile OS.
HP has finally made the Envy 14 and Envy 17 official and it looks like we're saying goodbye to the Envy 13.
Intel’s second-gen Atom platform, Moorestown, positions the chip giant to have a killer smartphone and MID platform in 2010. The old Atom Z5xx drawbacks seem fixed. Why does Moorestown rock, and will it be...
A Samsung tablet is rumored to be in the works. No surprise there.
Early listing shows a powerful and power-hungry discrete GPU option.
Despite the fact that the last week has seen two Windows 7 tablets scrapped, Microsoft founder Bill Gates says the company is still working on a tablet project. In fact, Bill says the folks at Redmond are...
This is what's inside the computer-inside-a-keyboard.
iPad and Gaikai game streaming could make for better bathroom experiences.
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