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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.
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."
The Zenbook NX500 will ship in October, and be the first laptop with a 4K quantum dots screen.
The 7-inch Stream tablet will be even cheaper: Just $100.
Thanks to developments like Intel's Skylake platform, we'll soon use PCs like we do our phones: always on and always connected to the Internet.
The Windows PC market is a wounded giant, seemingly on the mend after years of market free-fall. But the explosive growth of Mac and especially Chromebook sales pose a threat to Windows' recovery.
Another one bites the dust.
The PC builder uses its enterprise-hardware smarts to broaden its business base, building lower-cost laptops that are still durable, secure, and ready for a fast-paced workday.
Storage giant EMC recently called off merger talks with Hewlett-Packard, and has reportedly talked with Dell as well.
IdeaPad U310/U410 owners can get either a $100 refund or $250 voucher as part of a class-action settlement.
Intel sweeps its Broadwell microprocessors under the floor at IDF, and pushes Skylake as the next big thing. If you're going to buy a PC next year, maybe you should wait a bit.
Intel's first wire-free PCs, however, will be shipped to hardware makers as reference designs. You'll be able to buy them possibly by the end of 2015.