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Voice recognition now fused into Ultrabooks
The hybrid drives have a capacity of 500 GB, and use “tiered storage” to try to mimic the performance of solid state drives.
Intel will make a major mobile push at the upcoming Intel Developer Forum as the company tries to remain relevant in a tablet/smartphone world.
Now is the time to buy old iPhones, 55-inch HDTVs, and SSD drives, as deals accompany product introductions.
Dell is getting into the Windows tablet game with a dockable tablet and an Ultrabook with a flippable screen.
Manufacturers at the trade show are unveiling Windows 8 devices that blur the line between laptops and touch-enabled devices.
A wave of Ultrabooks—light, thin laptops that have more capabilities and fewer compromises than ever—is hitting the market. Here's a look at some of the current crop.
Laptops are undergoing radical change, with the latest crop of Ultrabooks leading the way.
Slim Ultrabooks may be able to slim down even more if this technology is adopted.
Many of the sexy new Ultrabooks have batteries that are difficult or impossible to replace. If that bothers you, use these charts to check your model before you buy.
With Intel HD 4000 graphics, third-generation Ivy Bridge technology, and rapid boot times, this new device offers a choice of Linux operating systems.
Ultrabook laptops, games, and HDTVs are likely to be hot this holiday season. And it's not too early to prepare for Black Thursday. Here's the lowdown.
Ultrabooks and convertible tablets will soon have everything from compasses and gyroscopes to GPS and accelerometers.