There is a clear interest in ultra-compact notebooks and their level of success these days.
Panasonic, Samsung and LG are pushing prismatic lithium-ion batteries to be the standard solution in notebooks and ultrabooks.
Sales don't quite match the marketing yet.
Acer is refunding the $15 upgrade fee for the Aspire S3, Aspire S5, Aspire M3 and Aspire M5 Ultrabooks.
In an industry that is facing the perfect storm, only Apple, Asus and Lenovo are keeping their heads above the water.
Supply chain sources have spilled the goods on licensing fees for Windows 8 Pro and Windows RT.
Fujitsu has introduced a hybrid tablet and a revamped Lifebook slate that will be ready for Windows 8 this fall.
Company has no plans to register future products, either.
If the shape and design of a notebook computer can be patented and that patent can, in fact, be enforced, Apple may have been just given a tool that could turn out to be a pain in the neck for PC makers.
Next month, Fujitsu will be offering notebook and desktop assembly kits backed by detailed customer support.
Samsung Display announced that it has begun operation under a new structure that combines the former Samsung Mobile Display and S-LCD corporations.
Ultrabooks have captured nearly 11-percent of the $700+ notebook market in the first 5 months of 2012.
Google heading to brick-and-mortar stores with its Chromebooks.
What can you expect from a 17 W processor after benchmarking its 77 W big brother? We get our hands on a reference-class Ivy Bridge-based Ultrabook and quantify how a hard thermal ceiling affects x86, gaming,...
We go hands-on with Toshiba's very wide-looking ultrabook.
Asustek's Taichi hybrid notebook/tablet may not retain its unique status for very long when it is expected to hit the market later this year. Lenovo is reportedly planning with a similar dual-screen device as...
Some PC makers are delaying their promises to reduce or eliminate the use of environmentally problematic materials such as polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and brominated flame retardants (BFRs) in their computers.
As Intel is moving to Ivy Bridge, the company is making some room and phasing out Sandy Bridge chips.
The secrecy surrounding Microsoft's Surface extended to Redmond's hardware partners.
The PC sector will only see 5-percent growth compared to 2011 numbers.
Could we be seeing Microsoft's version of the MagSafe already?
iFixit takes a look under the hood of Apple's eye-popping Retina Display.
Vizio has officially entered the PC market with its new competitively priced and beatifully designed notebooks.
Just four months until we see another new MacBook Pro.
Is Microsoft looking to make a MagSafe of its own?
So far it's the world's thinnest ultrabook according to Acer: the Aspire S5.