Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
In the continuing war between Verizon and AT&T, the battle has come down to LTE network size vs. LTE network speed. But new LTE technology isn't far over the horizon.
OS X could be holding back the new AirPort Extreme's wireless throughput.
Vendors are trying to innovate their way out of the PC doldrums. Let's look at the curiosities they've created.
All of a sudden, we're awash in eye-catching laptops with wallet-busting price tags. How does Samsung's latest ultra-high-resolution Ultrabook stack up to the crowd in a tale of the tape?
Lenovo is bringing another Windows 8 tablet to market -- this one made with keyboard cover in mind -- along with five new touch-based laptops that are slated to arrive globally in July and August.
Best Buy has recalled about 5100 replacement batteries for Apple's MacBook laptops, after 13 reports that the battery caught fire, a U.S. consumer safety agency said.
Heading on a business trip? To get work done, you're going to need more than your laptop, smartphone, and tablet. Here's what else you need to bring to be as productive as possible.
Macworld Lab found that the new MacBook Air has a significant boost to its battery life.
Hewlett-Packard has shuffled the management of its PC division as it tries to sharpen its focus on growth markets.
Acer has announced a new version of its C7 Chromebook, this one with a 16GB SSD, that will be available at Walmart stores and Walmart.com.
Google's Chromebook laptop will be carried by over 6600 stores around the world, as the company signs on more retailers.
The only problem with Retina-quality, ultra high-resolution and 4K screens is that once you've used one, it's hard to go back to lower resolutions.
After years of facing a stagnant business environment, Myanmar's tech industry is starting to tap into opportunities brought on by the nation’s move toward democracy.
The improved graphics and faster storage provide a nice boost to the 2013 MacBook Air when compared to last year's model.
Hewlett-Packard executives say that the coming demise of Windows XP may do what Windows 8 could not, and that's boost PC sales significantly.