Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
Version 5.0 of Android gets it sweet treat name and a couple of new devices to show it off. Pre-orders start soon.
I bet your little phone can't handle 20 minutes in a rainstorm. Droid does.
Evan Blass of @evleaks sure has a working retirement, as he dropped a watermark-free image of Google's upcoming phone.
The fancy hinge and excellent high resolution screen don't justify the $1,350 starting price.
The 4.4GHz chip Core i7-4940MX is Intel's fastest mobile processor ever.
Lenovo aims its limber laptops at consumers (with the Yoga 3 Pro) and the small-business crowd (with the ThinkPad Yoga 14), and the Yoga 3 Pro uses Intel's long-awaited Core M-70 processor.
HTC hopes to make splash in the crowded Android smartphone arena with the Desire Eye. HTC also showed off the Re, its first foray into the camera market.
Worldwide shipments fell 1.7 percent from a year ago, beating IDC projections.
Hewlett-Packard's decision to spin off its PC business shows that even historically strong PC makers are having to rethink their commitment to the market -- and that smaller players are already saying, "No mas."
This mobile architecture boasts all the same features as the desktop version of “Big Maxwell,” but in a smaller package that sips even less juice.
Microsoft says Samsung is trying to avoid its future payments.
With MirrorLink, this device will be able to plug-and-play with compatible cars and apps, making driving with a phone much safer. Android Auto? Same deal, but it’s not here yet (ahem).
The Zenbook NX500 will ship in October, and be the first laptop with a 4K quantum dots screen.
A mockup based on 'new information' furthers the suggestion that the newest Nexus phone will be absolutely huge.