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Samsung's 2014 editions of the ATIV One 7 and Book 9 lean on its presence in the Android market to hopefully drive sales.
The ROG Swift PG278Q supports resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels; the PB287Q delivers 3840 by 2160 pixels.
Lenovo puts Android in a 28-inch 4K smart monitor and a 19.5-inch all-in-one PC
Company also shows off its 27-inch Horizon 2 and the WQHD A740 at CES.
Plenty of business and consumer computers in the lineup, including an all-new Yoga 2.
New displays include the ThinkVision 28 “smart monitor” and the ThinkVision Pro 2840m.
A major Taiwanese semiconductor manufacturer has reportedly received large orders for PC and smartphone chips, offering a hint of products to come.
Windows 8 adoption increased in December to claim almost 12 percent of all Windows systems, while users finally start to abandon Windows XP, Net Applications reports.
Acer looks like it's willing to try anything as it rolls out an Android-based all-in-one PC for $1100.
Computers won't take center stage this year, but we predict there will be several standout product announcements at the annual trade show.
Twisted Pair’s Wave PTT system isn't not limited to one carrier or type of technology. It’s designed to let workers in offices and in the field join the same instant-calling groups.
Amazon, NPD Group trumpet sales of the bare-bones laptops in 2013 to consumers and businesses
Printed tissue could vastly improve drug testing