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Samsung and Apple remain market leader for shipments valued at $140.4 billion.
Windows 8-powered notebook now available starting from $1,399.
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For a limited time, Google is offering qualified public school teachers the Samsung Series 5 Chromebook at $99 USD.
The industry missed the boat in regards to predicting the current craze for touch-based desktops and laptops.
Apple plans to make more Macs in the states in 2013.
PC vendors facing supply shortages, apparently.
This upcoming NFC chip could mean that the tech will become your typical mobile component by the third quarter of 2013.
Origin PC announced a new gaming notebook in a 17-inch form factor.
Prior to releasing Haswell processors in 2013, Intel will be introducing five significant Ivy Bridge processors for notebooks.
Marvell's new chip should mean better public Wi-Fi networks and video streaming.
Holiday sales increase by 15 percent to $20.4 billion.
One pair of parents named son 'Google'.
Acer's new Chromebook is now available in additional retail outlets.
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U.S. PC sales dropped by more than a fifth when compared compared to sales during same period in 2011.
Dell released a Linux version of its XPS 13 Ultrabook with preliminary ship dates in the second week in December, if ordered today.
Patch set to address security hole before 2013 arrives.
December release still possible, but further delay not ruled out.
Google is reportedly working on a Nexus Chromebook that will be manufactured by Compal and Wintek.
New center set to spearhead research on AI.
Increase in spending represents 26 percent jump over last year.
PC supply chain responsible for slow-moving inventory.