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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.

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PC makers are gearing up to announce their refreshed lines of desktop and notebook PCs when Intel will launch its Core 2 Duo processors this Thursday. One of the first companies to announce a system is...

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Intel plans to raise the proportion of Merom to over 50% of its notebook processor shipments in the first quarter of 2007, making 64-bit dual-core models the mainstream in the notebook market, according to...

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LED backlights introduced by various TFT LCD panel and backlight unit (BLU) makers where on display at various flat panel display exhibitions this year, such as Finetech Japan & Display 2006 (April 19-21),...

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Compal Electronics and Wistron posted on-month revenue growth in June, following sequential slides for two consecutive months.

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A study conducted by the Hayes Connection and The Greaves Group among 2500 US school districts concludes that more than half of all student-computing devices will be mobile by the year 2011.

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Taiwan LED packaging firms Everlight Electronics and Unity Opto Technology project that LEDs for notebook backlighting won't be see serious adoption until the second quarter of 2007 due to the current higher...

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Qimonda, a recently founded company that focuses on Infineon's former DRAM business, is first to announce sample shipments of DDR3 SO-DIMMs. The new notebook memory generation will be available in commercial...

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At the recently concluded FPD Taiwan 2006, major Taiwan-based panel makers including Chunghwa Picture Tubes (CPT), AU Optronics (AUO) and Chi Mei Optoelectronics (CMO) were demonstrating how changing the...

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Adoption of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) in high brightness panel backlighting applications, such as notebooks and LCD TVs, has been delayed due to overheating issues, according to sources in the Taiwan LED...

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A weak notebook market is unlikely to see improvements this quarter and Taiwan notebook makers estimate global shipments will drop 10% sequentially in the second quarter, according to the makers.

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LED packaging firm Everlight Electronics has adopted a conservative outlook for the third quarter of 2006, said company chairman Robert Yeh, stating that the schedule for volume shipments of white LEDs, used in...

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Not quite four weeks ago, Microsoft issued a patchfor a serious power drain issue in notebook computers that are running Windows XP SP2. Our engineers took a close look at the patch and its effects to find out...

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In the midst of the motherboard and graphics card carnage in Hall 2 we came across Sonox, self-professed and ever humble makers of fine locks for Ipods, notebooks and other such paraphernalia that can tend to...

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Lately, Seagate has been the company to look at when it came to the largest capacity hard drives. In an unexpected move, Toshiba today trumped Seagate's 160 GB notebook drive with a 200 GB version, packing an...

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Notebooks are expected to almost completely migrate to dual-core processors in 2007, as Intel and leading makers jointly push up the proportion of dual-core models shipped starting in the second half of this...

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Microsoft quietly released a patch for a power drain bug Tom's Hardware Guide had uncovered earlier this year. The fix promises to increase the battery life notebooks - especially and perhaps only if they are...

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ATI today announced the Xpress 1100 chipset, which is specifically targeted at notebooks equipped with the Turion 64 X2 processor. ATI claims that the new chipset consumes less power and 33% more graphics...

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Apple seems to be getting the hang of this small, portable, infinitely useful device thing. Today, it unveiled a 13" version of its Intel Core Duo-based MacBook, with a 1.83 GHz dual-core CPU, a respectable...

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Micronas, a supplier of application-specific IC system solutions for consumer electronics, has announced the launch of the MicMamba 2D-XC, a dual-tuner DVB-T ExpressCard 54 reference design for...

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At every E3, Pepcom organizes an off-site preview of the actual tradeshow and conference. Called "eFocus," the show isn't affiliated with the convention, but some of the same companies attending E3 also show up...

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Matsushita, commonly know in the USA for it's Panasonic brand, is introducing a new waterproof notebook in Japan. The Let's Note CF-Y5 has a waterproof sheet and drainage ducts that protect the electronics from...

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The latest recall of notebook computer batteries issued with the help of the US Consumer Products Safety Commission affects Hewlett-Packard this time, and now more dramatically calls into question the safety...