The next Blade sharpens up.
Google usually does not reveal too much detail of its search traffic, but when it does, there may be some interesting implications of user behavior.
Google just patented Chrome OS, but the tone of the patent is much more than that. Google may have, in fact, received a patent that covers client cloud operating systems in general.
The next Blade is coming, and it's sharper.
Lenovo has introduced a handful of laptops and a single Ultrabook.
Lenovo has added three new models to its IdeaPad S Series of netbooks/laptops.
Digital Storm is claiming the "world's fastest gaming laptop" title with the upcoming launch of its X17E laptop.
Timbuk2 may be known for its messenger bags, but it has laptops covered with a new line of backpacks.
The South Korean company just can't keep quiet about its plans for IFA.
This next generation keyboard technology is thinner and capacitive touch-sensitive.
Launching soon is a touchscreen-based notebook packed with Android "Ice Cream Sandwich," and a USB stick-sized mini PC featuring Android ICS as well.
Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon is using SanDisk's X100 SSD.
A whole new sensory dimension for your laptop's input device.
Finally putting those AOL trial discs to good use!
Origin's new laptop supports dual GPUs up to Nvidia's GeForce GTX 680M 4 GB (SLI) or AMD's Radeon HD 7970M (CrossFireX).
It seems Dell customer service has been caught trying to push warranties on customers who call tech support with questions or problems concerning their computers.
Samsung's gamer series laptop gets an upgrade in GPU power, display and storage along with a vibrant yellow paintjob.
Similar to Microsoft's Surface strategy, Lenovo will release two versions of its Yoga laptop.
Lenovo doesn't want to miss the Windows RT boat, it seems.
Synaptics has new touch devices that can reduced the width of notebooks with keyboards as well as tablets.
Acer's sleep Aspire S7 Ultrabook with an optional touchscreen will arrive next month.
iFixit shows you how to repair your MacBook Pro with Retina display...if you dare.
Intel-based Ultrabooks and smartphones may get support for wireless charging.
A lawsuit seeking class-action status has been filed against Apple in Texas.
Computer manufacturer Acer has announced that it has teamed up with education charity the e-Learning Foundation to give hundreds of laptops to schools around London following the Olympics.
Lenovo introduced two new Ultrabooks, one geared for the high-end market and the other for small businesses.