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Acer plans on putting high-resolution “retina-class” LCD panels on laptops starting this Spring.
In 2013 tablets will pass up notebook PCs in worldwide shipments for the first time.
Intel cuts a broad swath at CES with new CPUs for phones, tablets and Ultrabooks.
The holiday slump in PC sales -- down 11% compared to 2011 -- means that PC makers must raise prices, not continue a race to the bottom, an analyst argued today.
Just 12 months ago, the ultrabook was widely regarded as the PC market's savior. Since then, it's become more of a punch line.
Microsoft might not have a booth presence at CES this year, but Windows 8 will still make a big splash thanks to partner offerings. Behold a cavalcade of hardware!
Many products are promised at International CES each year, but not every one comes through. In advance of next week's edition of CES, here are some of the products announced at the 2012 show that didn't pan out as expected.
CES comes a little early as Samsung announces its new laptop entries for the Series 7 line.
The art of collaboration has retrogressed since the days of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. The all-in-one PC--equal parts tablet and laptop--could mean the end of the speaker in front of the room nervously waiting for questions that knock him down a few pegs. That's a good thing, columnist Rob Enderle suggests.
Instagram bungled its sharing policy, Nokia fumbled with a fake camera demo, and 18 other companies launched gloriously inept flops.
We've seen the future, and the future isn't boring clamshell laptops. Windows 8 is forcing PC makers to make refreshing changes to the old laptop paradigm.
ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch: durability and gestures
While demand for hybrid devices is tepid, as with Windows 8 PCs in general, the dearth of hardware is putting a damper on the potential success of the unique PC models.
Testers are asking for a 'big brother version' of the company's new 'XPS 13, Developer Edition,' Dell says.
Asustek has delayed U.S. shipments for its dual-screen Taichi ultrabooks, which were available for order from retail sites like Amazon, Newegg and TigerDirect.