Vizio officially branched out into the PC market, with announcements of its new all-in-one PC and two new laptops.
Mobile devices slim down by cutting out some expansion options in the entries expected to debut next week.
This 15.6-inch laptop features top-of-the-line hardware, including the Nvidia GeForce GTX 580M graphics card.
Samsung's new Series 5 was briefly available for pre-order from J&R revealing pricing information for the Ultrabook.
Asus bows to consumer presser on the bootloader; over-the-air updates to Android 4.0 for the Transformer Prime will start on January 12.
NajmTek's inaugural product supports dual screens as well as multiple keyboards, for easy switching between alphabets.
A new report says we'll see Intel's Ivy Bridge generation of processors in April.
According to leaked benchmark stats, it looks like Intel's new system-on-chip will be pretty speedy.
Gamers get good news along with delayed shipment: Razer Blade gaming laptop can get SSD and a snazzy mouse for free.
LogMeIn has ditched the $29.99 price for its basic iPhone and iPad remote access app and is now offering it for free under the simple name 'LogMeIn.'
Acer may be looking toward larger screens for its thin-and-light Ultrabook line.
The Archos 70b is just $199.99, and it runs Android 3.2.
Google guns for Apple with high quality tablet, voice recognition rival, and more, Schmidt teases.
Dell’s 10-inch Mini netbooks have disappeared from sale online, and shoppers are instead offered the likes of an Inspiron or a Latitude.
LG and Intel have formed a partnership to bring built-in WiDi technology to HDTVs.