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Notebooks remain essential to gamers and professionals on the go. Although they’ve been around forever, the technology you find inside changes on an almost daily basis. Learn about the latest in mobile computing from a trusted source.
Ever wanted to know how batteries work? You should. They power your laptop and all your mobile devices.
An Apple a day? Not at Microsoft.
HP Thailand apparently leaked some information about upcoming notebooks that can be purchased with Intel Ivy Bridge and AMD Trinity processors.
The race to Windows 8 on tablets continues.
AMD has a good tradition of live demos behind closed doors and this year's CeBIT was no different.
There is an interesting rumor that is likely to cause some meetings between Apple and Nvidia.
Intel has confirmed that optical cables for Thunderbolt will be released later this year.
Our dream of a $499 Ultrabook is going to come at a price.
A beefy follow-on to the GT780DX.
Asus will be introducing five new netbooks at the upcoming CeBit tradeshow.
A new MacBook Air for a market that's crazy for 14-inch notebooks.
Possibly a better way to beam from the small screen to big.
Separating its LCD business from the rest company of the company will help Samsung to improve the competitiveness of its LCD operations, IHS said. However, that may not be the actual reason for the spinoff.
Android on your desktop? That's what some are taking away from Google's latest patent application.
If all goes well with the Windows 8 launch, HP should have products ready by the time the new OS arrives on the market.
Origin PC claims its EON17-X3D is the world's first laptop to sport two graphics cards in SLI mode.
Second-generation Chromebooks will be faster promises Sundar Pichai.
That's a lot of iPhones...
Touch-based Windows 8 ultrabooks will likely feature non-traditional clamshell form factors.
Ultrabooks are expected to remain somewhat expensive for at least another year.
This customizable laptop packs plenty of hardware to justify its $3,159 USD starting price.
First-generation ultrabooks are getting cheaper, making way for the second wave arriving after the launch of Intel's second-generation Ivy Bridge processor.
Kazuo Hirai, who takes over as President and CEO of Sony Corp. in April, believes the company needs to set aside previous tradition and focus on the new "user experience" in order to succeed.
In addition to revealing its 2012 and 2013 roadmaps, AMD sported an ultrathin form factor packed with its Trinity APU.
Canalys is, as far as we know, the only major market research firm that has chosen to include tablet shipments in overall PC unit shipments.
Integrated Kinect technology is reportedly draining the battery in mobile prototypes.
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