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Dell first showed off its 10-inch entry to the netbook market at CES, and today we finally learn more about the final shipping configurations.
According to several reports, Asus has announced an increase in price for all of its portable computers, including the ever popular Eee PC.
Sunday South Korea's Hynix Semiconductor said that it has developed the world's highest-density memory chip built on 40nm process technology.
Although it may be late to the party, Acer now joins in with its 10-inch netbook.
With Apple's tradition of jumping onto the latest bandwagon at the start of a major product transition, such as chipset or CPU, we're expecting a transition to Intel's new 'Westmere' platform.
Intel is now shipping the N280 version of its popular Atom processor to OEMs for use in netbooks.
Although Dell doesn’t appear as keen in the netbook market as its Taiwanese OEM competitors, the Mini 10 does appear to be just as competitive as anything out there.
Microsoft has yet to even hint at pricing for its upcoming Windows 7, but websites are now reporting details citing anonymous sources.
If the operating system runs bigger than Vista, consumers could say “thanks, but no thanks” to the marriage of solid-state drives and Netbooks.
Apple today confirmed that the shipping of the company’s MacBook Pro had been delayed and those waiting to get their hands on their preordered 17 inch MacBook Pro would have to stick it out for a couple more...
News did the rounds earlier in the week about India’s supposed $10 dollar laptop. The laptop reportedly costs $20 to manufacture, but according to India’s Secretary for Higher Education, large-scale...
Internet giant Amazon saw 500,000 of its Kindle eBook readers sold in 2008.
Recent layoff announcements within the IT sector have been all the buzz lately along with economic downturn, however Microsoft’s recent layoffs gained the attention Senator Charles Grassley (Iowa).
For modern computing technology, you can’t really find many companies that are more committed to bringing the cutting edge to the consumer than Nvidia -- and perhaps for that reason, the graphics company...
Computer company, Eurocom today proudly displayed the specs for the upcoming D900F PHANTOM i7 and a name like that, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out what the fuss is about: a laptop with Intel’s Core...
The very essence of a netbook is portability. Besides being just small and light, one other key point to portability is battery life -- something that Asus intends to take to the next level with its...
A few weeks back, at CES, Sony debuted a the P Series Lifestyle PC. At 1.4 pounds with an 8 inch LCD, the P Series is just a little smaller than your average netbook, however the company remains adamant that...
When it comes to netbooks, the near-constant in hardware design is the Atom processor. But what about the operating system on top of it?
Super Talent today released its SSD upgrade drives, which it is aiming squarely at users of the Asus Eee PC line.
What other purposes do PCs serve other than play demanding games? They have many uses apparently, however, there's nothing better than a beefy notebook to play those taxing, beefy titles, and MSI has just the...
Yesterday, Alan Dang gave us his impressions and experiences with the hardware in Apple's MacBook. Today it's all about the software, plus performance numbers comparing a real Mac to a "Hacked Mac on a Mac."
Here's your Monday Edition of PC gaming goodness, including a few bits of patch news and the release of a deauthorization tool for Crysis Warhead.
Long-time PC power user turned Apple convert Alan Dang shares his thoughts on Apple's MacBook in this, the first of a two-part review of the hardware and operating environment.
It seems that those looking to bag themselves one of the new unibody versions of the 17-inch MacBook Pro are going to have to wait just a little longer.
Intel announced this afternoon that Chairman Craig Barrett plans to retire this May.
Acer today officially launched the 10-inch Aspire One netbook. We’ve been seeing unofficial pictures of the mini notebook over the last few weeks and hearing about it in dribs and drabs but now, here it is
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