Don't-Miss Ultrabook Stories
The new Toshiba Dynabook Kira scoffs at laptops that claim 8 hours of endurance counts as all-day battery life.
The new 13.3-inch Ultrabook features a 3200-by-1800-pixel display; it ships in November.
From Ultrabook to mobile workstation, all 5 PCs can use the same docking station.
New products will run Windows 8.1 and Android; Windows RT gets the cold shoulder.
Getting the right license for your open source project can mean the difference between success and failure for your software.
Overall PC sales may be shrinking, but NPD Group says that sales of Chromebooks and touch-based Windows laptops both picked up during back-to-school season.
The first computer to feature an embedded Leap Motion controller leads a raft of new product announcements from HP.
There was a lot of great new products on display at this year's Intel Developer Forum, including powerful new CPUs, power-sipping SoCs, and PCs in brand-new form factors.
Mobile will drive Intel's future—precisely what its competitors figured out years ago.
The future of mobility lies in low-power devices powered by microwatts, Intel researchers suggested. At that level, high-school experiments become viable.
Most years, the IFA trade show in Berlin is pretty boring. In 2013, it's anything but.
Each of Lenovo's new PCs will feature a Haswell processor and a touchscreen display.
New proudcts include Ultrabooks with Gorilla Glass lids, Windows/Android hybrids, and a budget-oriented ultraportable.
Gorilla Glass, touch displays, and the look and feel of the XPS consumer notebook -- all these are part of Dell's refreshed Latitude notebook line.
Acer says it's trying to grow its non-Windows business "as soon as possible," which means more Chromebooks and Android-powered devices from the manufacturer.