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Marvell is currently pitching a $99 tablet that's aimed at students and supposed to replace textbooks.
Looks like the recent HP laptop smasher wasn't the only consumer forced to put up with a faulty laptop.
Up until now there's been very little information available about the HP Slate. The company announced it at CES but specs, a price and a release date were kept under wraps. We knew we'd see it this year...
It's not easy being green.
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One of our lucky readers becomes USB 3.0 enabled.
Apple has long been criticized for the enclosed batteries in the iPhone and MacBook line of laptops. Because the batteries are sealed inside, the batteries are not removable and, in the event of diminished...
HP wants to be in touch with the young and hip.
It's been a few months since we've heard anything about the JooJoo, the web surfing tablet formerly known as the CrunchPad.
Consumer Reports surveyed over 7,000 of its readers and declared its list of companies that provided the overall most satisfactory tech support for laptop and desktop computers.
Amazon is looking for developers to build what sounds like a brand spanking new browser for the etailer's reading device, the Kindle.
There's no shortage of Intel powered netbooks packing the chip giant's Atom processor. Among them is MSI's line of Wind netbooks. Starting today MSI is shipping two AMD-powered Winds, the Wind12 U230-033 and...
Opened up and photographed in cold, harsh lighting. Just how we like it!
Dell's Vostro line is getting some Core i3, i5, and i7 love.
At Mobile World Congress, Freescale showed off a rather nifty little tablet running Chromium OS. It's the same device we saw running Android at CES, the i.MX51.
Look ma, no keys!
Google's VP of online sales and operations has made the bold statement that in three years time desktop computers will be irrelevant.
Yet another delay strikes this innovative product.
Archos is sporting a meatier Archos 9 tablet at ceBIT 2010.
Apple has said that it has found 17 labor violations at its factories. The one garnering most attention is the use of underage employees.
Over the last few weeks there's been a lot of controversy surrounding the issue of schools monitoring students using school-owned laptops.
Big teacher is watching you.
Asus plans to show three netbooks next week at CeBIT 2010.
Read on to hear about the Acer laptop vs. Soup incident!
Lenovo has made the bold statement that customers don't want slate PCs.