Toshiba’s Ultrabook joins the Acer Aspire S3 in being the most affordable of Intel’s new category of thin-and-light laptops.
The deal is even sweeter for developers, who can snag two 32GB TouchPads for $150 each without have to buy a PC too.
Ambre Boroughs made a mistake when she checked her laptop bag. Luckily, her Craigslist detective work quickly recovered it.
One Laptop Per Child has a bizarre distribution plan: it will hurl tablets out of helicopters, into remote villages, for children to just pick up and start using.
People are impressed with the iPhone 4S's Siri, but how did such sophisticated speech recognition technology come to be? It started back in the 1950s.
Acer is giving away an Ultrabook a day on its giveaway Facebook page. "Like" the page to enter the contest.
Dell's thin, light, MacBook Pro competitor is now available for purchase.
A fire captain is warning users to keep their charging laptops and other electronics off beds and sofas.
Hard drive manufacturers have been forced to shut down factories in Thailand, resulting in a shortage of HDDs. Laptop makers are responding accordingly.
Dell's XPS 14z laptop is thinner, weighs less, and goes easier on the wallet when compared to Apple's comparable MacBook Pro notebook.
Asus's newest tablet and its predecessor will use the much-anticipated Android 4.0 operating system--code-named Ice Cream Sandwich.
A quick hands-on with the new Droid Razr announced Tuesday shows a thin, light smartphone with a beautiful screen and zippy performance.
Amid iPad dominance and dropping prices, tablet-makers seek a new niche by turning to Windows.
Next year's Ultrabooks could have the equivalent of smartphone-quality screens.