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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.
After seven years, it's finally done.
It seems that we've been waiting for a long time for this one.
Those are some mighty fine numbers you've got there, AMD.
If you like to transcode video from your laptop, Tigris will do it rather well.
AMD's second generation ultrathin platform is here.
AMD Vision to simplify notebook branding.
UL is for UnLimited.
The new Adamo will make the old one look like a fatty.
Don't we all love how cool prototypes look?
Nokia has released a video
Playing Crysis on your netbook through OnLive? Dare to dream.
Hopefully this thing will be as beautiful inside as it is outside.
Nokia has put in an order for 100,000 Booklet 3G computers with Compal, with the shipment to be delivered before the end of 2009.
This is what happens when you leave fully operational, untethered laptops out on display overnight.
Last week Nokia revealed its Booklet 3G to the world. While it definitely looked interesting, there wasn't much to go on when it came to pricing and availability.
Netbooks are still hot.
Asus joins the Ionic party.
Good old fashioned storage.
Qualcomm has been slapped with a restraining order in Germany for its use of the word Smartbook as a product name.
Sony has signed a deal with Google that will see the computer maker ship machines with the Chrome browser pre-installed.
Asus coming soon with more affordable, CULV notebooks.
PC needs some positive reinforcement.
DHS has unveiled a revised set of rules for laptop checks at border control.
This could be the world's first laptop slider.
MSI has confirmed previous rumors that said the company was working on a Pine Trail-powered, touch screen netbook running Windows 7.
It's got three times as many e's than the rest of them.
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