Once a core component of every laptop and desktop PC, the silver spinning disc is rapidly going the way of the floppy.
Intel, AMD, and Nvidia’s latest laptop chips are great, but are muddled with marketing terms that seem almost designed to confuse customers.
Straddling the line between netbook and ultraportable laptop, the dm1z offers a lot of value for its $450 starting price.
Thomas Seifert, Senior VP and CFO, to replace Meyer as interim CEO.
New chips from Intel and AMD are popping up in CES notebooks, but the eye candy factor for these laptops lags behind.
Samsung takes a shot at the Macbook Air with its premium ultraportable laptop.
The new Aspire 5750, 5750G, and 7750G quad-core notebooks are aimed at enthusiasts and gamers, while the Apsire 5253 targets the budget-conscious.
Low-power E-Series and C-Series chips combine CPU and GPU to power thin and light laptops and netbooks.
If Microsoft intends to put some version of Windows 7 on a tablet, they just don’t get it.
AMD’s latest graphics cards don’t take the speed crown, but they do offer a terrific combination of performance, price, features, and power efficiency.
PCWorld editors discuss great moments in Wikileaks history and the future of the service on the 100th episode of our podcast.
If the discussions about laptops I have with friends and coworkers are any indication, the “right laptop” simply doesn’t exist yet.