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Dell announces a new tablet, Ultrabook and all-in-one PC running on Windows 8.
Intel demonstrated a new technology Thursday that promises to rid computers many connectors and cables.
The Adaptive All-In-One's display panel weighs 14 pounds.
Intel gives its thumbs up on immersion oil cooling after a year-long trial with its servers.
Intel builds a 4-by-4-inch board with a full Core i5 CPU and enough I/O to build fully functional PCs barely bigger than a deck of cards.
But if lots of consumers downgrade to Windows 7, that's not a good sign for Windows 8 and Microsoft.
Intel needs to generate a lot of excitement at its annual developer conference this week -- not just around the company but around the whole PC industry.
With an expected iMac refresh imminent, Hewlett-Packard goes preemptive and unwraps a Windows 8 competitor.
Analysis: Windows 8, servers, and cloud services accompany a restructuring that Whitman says will put HP back on track.
Instead of a touchscreen, users will navigate the user interface of Microsoft's operating system with a wireless trackpad.
It's another hit for an industry that has been repeatedly hammered by the growing popularity of small, cool tablets and several years of a slow economy.
Priced as low as $49, these new devices expand PC users' options.
Apple today issued a Java update for OS X Lion and Snow Leopard to make it more difficult for hackers to exploit other vulnerabilities.