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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.
Although LCD panel makers wish to increase their prices for the notebook segment, downstream vendors are aggressively resisting the hikes, with prices likely to stay flat in April compared to March, according...
Prices for monitor- and notebook-use LCD panels are starting to rise because of tight supply, while prices for TV applications are trending further downward because of oversupply, according to DisplaySearch's...
Vancouver (WA) - The man who hacked a notebook computer during the ConSecWest conference in Washington listed the item for sale on Ebay, saying the exploit of the operating system "is most likely still present.
Vancouver (WA) - Over the weekend, a hacker managed to exploit a vulnerability in the Windows Vista Flash player, as part of the CanSecWest's "Pwn2Own" contest.
In order to defend its entry-level notebook market, Intel is planning to launch two 65nm Merom-based processors for its Centrino 2 platform (Montevina), according to sources at motherboard makers.
Intel is planning to launch its first quad-core CPU for notebooks, the Core 2 Extreme QX9300, in the third quarter this year with pricing set at a new high of $1,038 in thousand-unit tray quantities, according...
Santa Clara (CA) - AMD has been pushing its Fusion idea for quite some time.
AMD has recently notified its partners that the company expects its share in the discrete graphics card market to rise after its next generation RV770 GPU shows up in the end of the second quarter, growing from...
While the penetration rate of 7" LCD panels utilizing LED backlighting will reach 62% in 2008, the penetration rate of notebook panels adopting LED backlighting will only hit 15% this year, but increase to 33%...
Intel is preparing to expand its definitions of notebook related products based on screen size, operating system and functions.
Samsung Electronics is expected to volume produce 16" full high definition (FHD) panels for notebooks in the third quarter, but the battle in the FHD notebook panel market will heat in 2009 when AU Optronics...
In order to promote a smooth platform transition, Intel plans to start dropping shipment ratios of Napa Refresh and Santa Rosa notebook platforms in the second quarter of 2008 to let the upcoming Centrino 2...
Intel is planning to launch three entry-level SV/ULV CPUs for its Santa Rosa notebook platform in April, sources at notebook makers have disclosed.
Though penetration of solid-state drives (SSDs) in notebooks continues to draw attention, leading controller IC designer InComm believes meaningful penetration still depends on NAND flash performance and cost,...
Apple's latest personal notebook computer, the Macbook Air, is now on its way to eager consumers, as the company announced it has begun shipping orders today.
Intel plans to aggressively expand its shipments of notebook CPUs aiming to almost double its total of 2007 within the next few years, according to sources close to the company.
In 2007, discussions about adopting flat fluorescent lamp (FFL)/EEFL cooled down, while the market focus has been intensified for a CCFL-LED transition.
Intel has recently released details of its Shelton'08-based low-cost notebook platform (Basic Platform) to partners and has set the launch schedule for the third quarter this year, according to sources at PC...
Average prices quotes from international LED makers for LEDs used in backlight applications for handsets may drop about 15% this quarter, falling from $0.
Hewlett-Packard, the top global PC vendor, Thursday introduced a multimedia notebook packed with high-definition features, including a screen that allows users to watch full HDTV movies.
Las Vegas (NV) - Panasonic has started shipping samples of an ultra-thin Blu-ray disc drive for lightweight notebooks.
While first-tier notebook vendors such as Dell, Hewlett-Packard (HP) and Toshiba are planning to roll out 4 GB notebooks starting from the first quarter of 2008, the move is expected to give a boost to the DRAM...
Taipei (Taiwan) - Dell, Hewlett-Packard and Toshiba are planning to introduce notebooks which come standard with 4 GB of memory next year.
Samsung rolled out a new version of its Spinpoint 2.5" hard drive series. The new drive is the second drive in the market to offer a capacity of 320 GB in this form factor.
The 20-hour notebook, 200 hour iPod, 80 hour cell phone, they could all be in our near futures thanks to silicon nanowire research into advanced Lithium-Ion batteries.
Seagate today said it has begun shipping its first hard drives equipped with a trusted platform module (TPM) and DriveTrust technology. The drives aim to increase data security, making it much more difficult...
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