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Today sees the launch of the Peewee PC, a convertible netbook designed specifically for kids.
Earlier today, Panda Security--publisher of Panda Antivirus and Panda Internet Security--announced the global beta release of the industry's first free cloud-based antivirus "thin-client" solution.
Apparently PC widescreen displays aren't wide enough
Some of HP's entertainment notebooks are still experiencing video problems stemming from faulty Nvidia video chipsets.
ProBook laptops are value-priced for businesses on the cash crunch.
India has ditched its $10 PC in favor of the OLPC Foundation's 'hundred dollar' laptop.
Last week we (and just about everyone else) wrote about Skytone’s $100 Android-powered netbook, the Alpha 680.
The promise of cheaper laptops appears to make people prefer Windows.
Software is the most costly part of lost or stolen laptops
As the rumors about the new iPhone due out in June really start to kick off, people are also talking about the possibility of an Apple netbook or tablet.
It looks like MSI might be ready to join the Android party.
Here it is, the first Android netbook.
Shake and bake!
Sharp's netbook is made super cool with a high-res LCD trackpad
Over the weekend Apple unleashed a barrage of new commercials which some say is the company “hitting back” at Microsoft for the laptop hunter series, despite the fact that the new ads don’t mention much...
New Toshiba notebooks use special hardware to make YouTube less ugly
Reports today say that despite the fact that Microsoft’s Windows XP is the leading operating system on netbooks today, it makes less than $15 per license sold.
Apple this week contested Microsoft’s recent (and pretty valid) statements that PCs are cheaper.
Dell today introduced a new netbook -- strictly for businesses -- but it’s nothing we haven’t seen before.
Back at the beginning of March we wrote about Always Innovating’s Touch Book, the netbook with a super cool design and a battery life of a whopping 15 hours. Today it looks like we’re getting closer to...
Acer is looking to round out both ends of the laptop spectrum with its 13.3-inch 3935 and the giant 18.4-inch 8935.
Microsoft’s back with episode 3 of the Laptop Hunters, where real-life similes shop for their ideal laptop, only to arrive at a PC.
Apparently, AMD's Sabine platform will support DirectX 11 and UVD Technology when released in 2011.
Acer has unveiled its latest AspireOne, the first netbook with an 11.6-inch screen.
Gigabyte threw up the specs on three upcoming netbooks, one of which features a cool swivel touch screen and Intel's Atom processor.
Walk into a computer store and you’ll see nearly all notebooks preloaded with Windows Vista. Check out the netbooks, and you’ll see it’s nearly all Windows XP -- and nearly as in 96 percent, that is.