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New Chromebook laptops are giving ARM a new lease on life, even as the Windows RT devices they were supposedly targeted toward get phased out.
The Chrome OS still hasn't found much demand in the desktop space, but that hasn't deterred Acer.
Desktop motherboards with USB 3.1 connectors are being released by hardware companies.
Acer has added a Core i5 processor its Chromebook C910, which up to now has run on Core i3 or Celeron chips
Sitting between a PC and a wall outlet, SensyBee can turn a PC off completely, potentially saving up to 50 watts.
IDC revised its forecast for PC shipments in 2015 to a drop of 4.9 percent
The new USB 3.1 port in the 12-inch MacBook is backward compatible with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0.
A snag in the bidding process derailed the laptop plan, but there are high hopes for computer labs
The Sprout is a daring move by HP to redefine what a PC can do, at a time when images from videos to virtual reality are dominating users' attention. This machine tries to make it all work together. Here's our hands-on.
Panasonic's new Toughbook 31 offers 18 hours of battery life.
Lenovo's new ThinkPad Yoga 11e and ThinkPad 11e can also be bought with Intel's chips based on Broadwell architecture
The two laptops will arrive in February and are built for the school environment
Consumers will benefit from the competition: Cheaper Windows machines will try to keep people from straying to Chromebooks, and people who skipped Windows 8 will have a new crop of Windows 10 machines waiting for them.
Think you haven't seen anything truly new at CES? Then check out The Hive's Amplicity line that includes two dockable computers, one sold entirely by subscription.
The fan and heatsink combo inside your PC is too loud and too big according to Cool Chip which is introducing a kinectic cooler to replace it.
We got to poke our head inside Digital Storm's prototype Aventum 3 and were shocked at what we found inside. This big bad Aventum 3's case is pre-wired for power and custom liquid cooling. In fact, it has so many fans, it's custom fan controller has its own fan to keep it cool.
CyberPower's new Fang Trinity is an insanely crazy looking PC that has power to boot. You won't believe it, but this box packs in a Core i7 4970K Devil's Canyon chip, four SSDs, a hard drive and a GeForce GTX 980.
The big family dinner isn't just about spilled eggnog and drunk Uncle Joey's inappropriate comments—it's also about getting enlisted as a free PC tech. Let Gordon show you the way...
A USB-stick computer built around a processor with strong security capabilities
The first tablet with a depth-sensing 3D camera is expected out by the end of the month, and Dell has more to come.
The cloud storage company is pursuing partnerships to grow its already massive user base
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