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Hewlett-Packard has given the "Android treatment" to its latest laptop-tablet hybrid, which is called SlateBook X2 and has a detachable 10-inch screen that can independently function as a tablet.
The new Split x2 and SlateBook x2 could be the faster, more capable hybrids we'd love to see.
Airbus has partnered with Dell to provide electronic flight bag systems for A320 airliner operators worldwide.
Western Digital has released more information on its first hybrid solid-state drive, revealing that it worked with SanDisk to create the 500GB drive.
A leaked video purports to show an upcoming Sony Ultrabook hybrid, and it may just be our first glimpse at Haswell in action.
Hewlett-Packard is barely holding on to the top spot in the laptop and desktop market, but hopes a renewed vigor regarding product design will help reverse the fortunes of its PC business.
Acer said its net profit for the first quarter grew 55 percent year-over-year, but its revenue continued to decline amid struggling PC sales.
Touch displays will be optional or standard on all modes. Graphics, storage, and even case-color options round out the wide array of available features.
Taiwanese PC maker Asus plans on getting behind Google's Chrome OS and will launch a notebook running the OS in the second half of this year, said company CEO Jerry Shen.
Hewlett-Packard on Monday kicked off a series of upcoming PC announcements with new ProBook 400 series laptops, including a 15.6-inch model with a touchscreen.
Acer has placed its bet in the tablet wars on low pricing, introducing a $169 Android tablet with a 7.9-inch screen.
Just months after jumping into hardware, Microsoft is a top five tablet manufacturer—but Windows slates have a long way to go before truly competing with Android and iOS.
Intel is already teasing the graphics boost in Haswell, the next-gen series of chips due to launch in June.
Samsung, Lenovo, and HP are expected to release Chromebooks soon as well.
If the U.S. Federal Communications Commission limits the participation of the largest mobile carriers in upcoming spectrum auctions, it could cost the U.S. treasury billions of dollars, according to a study released Tuesday.