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Computers won't take center stage this year, but we predict there will be several standout product announcements at the annual trade show.
Tablets will make up 50 percent of the PC market next year, according to a new report.
Nokia's Lumia 2520 has the best screen that DisplayMate has ever tested. The Surface 2? Not so much.
Microsoft is offering Dell's four-star Venue 8 Pro Windows 8 tablet for just $99, but only at Microsoft's brick-and-mortar stores, and in limited quantities. That's the first -- and best -- of Microsoft's holiday deals.
IDC is projecting Windows tablets to have a 10.2 percent market share by 2017, increasing from an expected 3 percent this year.
Prices of some laptops and tablets have already fallen, with others expected to drop starting with Black Friday year-end holiday sales.
A new report by Chitika Insights shows Microsoft's Surface line continuing to grow, but be sure to have the right perspective when you look more closely at the numbers.
Microsoft is whacking prices on Black Friday for its first generation Surface Windows RT tablets as well as for Windows 8 laptops and Xbox consoles.
If you're interested in buying an AMD-based notebook or tablet in 2014, you'll need to know three code names: Kaveri, plus the new Beema and Mullins chips.
The promised Surface 2 update lists a half-dozen changes for the Windows RT-based tablet, including improved battery life.
Microsoft has released a firmware update to boost the Surface Pro 2's endurance, but the improvements vary greatly depending on what you're doing.
Subpar endurance is the Surface Pro 2's biggest Achilles Heel—or at least it was before an update boasting beefy battery life improvements hit the airwaves.
Lenovo is claiming that its new Yoga tablets will offer 18 hours of battery life when browsing the web, which would be the longest when compared to other tablets.
A few docking stations for Microsoft's Surface Pro 2 have made it into the wild -- but don't expect to find any more.