This laptop has nice speakers, a usable touchscreen, and some expensive-looking design elements. But it’s just too bulky and underwhelming (performance-wise) to justify the almost-$1000 price tag.
The Yoga is perhaps one of the most usable Ultrabooks available today. It’s got a great keyboard, trackpad, and touchscreen, and it can be used in multiple positions.
MasterCard announced it is rolling out new, high-tech credit cards featuring touch-sensitive buttons and LCD screens.
V3 crams a dual GPU GTX 690 into a tiny PC costing $2,500. The result is superb gaming performance, but general performance lags a bit.
This compact gamng PC is housed in a surprisingly tinker-friendly chassis, and offers great overall performance.
FCC fines AT&T over forcing customers to switch from pay-as-you-go to monthly data plans.
Illinois federal court hands out largest BitTorrent-related damages award ever.
The Favorite button lets people know that you either loved their tweet or wanted to remember it.
The S945-P440 is a mediocre all-purpose laptop that might make a good family machine.
The Inspiron 15R 7520 may not be an Ultrabook, but it certainly packs a wallop under the hood.
Retailers are wary of "showrooming," which refers to customers visiting brick-and-mortar retail outlets only for a hands-on look at merchandise, which they then buy cheaper online. To fight this, some retailers are offering discounts for buying in person and promoting sales staff expertise.
Facebook confirmed it has patched a security hole related to its phone number search.
Pandora founder says Internet radio licensing fees are too expensive, thanks to the RIAA.