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It's a me, Mario!
The 256 Series will put desktops and laptops on equal footing.
This 7-inch tablet looks like an oversized Android smartphone.
The ASUS EeePad will make its debut during Computex 2010, and may even hit the market by the end of July.
It's the ASUS EeeKeyboard. Unboxed. Finally.
The Streak's big brother is packing Nvidia's Tegra 2.
With the iPad, Apple definitely has nothing good to say about the netbook market.
AT&T is offering a new HSPA 7.2-capable network card with a unique 2-in-1 design.
Intel announced its Wireless Display technology at CES 2010. Best Buy is already selling three different notebooks with the feature, and Intel's Spring Peak platform supports it. We test WiDi's performance,...
Makers of Chrome OS netbooks won't have to pay for the OS, but the hardware still costs money.
Details of the Acer Aspire One 521 emerge.
Lenovo launches its new L Series next month.
Thinkpads and MacBook Pros working together to help save lives.
Welcome to new meets old in the world of technology and animation.
Top Deals: Quad Core laptops, Blu-ray bundles, and portable hard drives!
Sony's letting other companies make laptops in the Vaio name. What do you think this will do to the prestige of the Sony line?
Could Apple be switching to AMD for the next-generation of Macs?
Instead of Nvidia Optimus, Apple makes its own automatic graphics switching technology.
Get a Sharp Blu-ray Disc player with four movies for under $140.
More and more technologists are getting a first hand use of Apple's iPad, and they like it.
Apple gets the special treatment from Nvidia in the 320M IGP used in the new MacBook Pro 13-inch.
Plus an iPad giveaway!
Steve Jobs Explains Why the 13-inch MacBook Pro doesn't have any Nehalem sweetness.
The 5 Windows laptops vs. 3 MacBook Pros showdown!
Intel CEO Paul Otellini has teased a new dual-core Atom CPU that's said to be coming in the second quarter.