Acer ships a surprisingly svelte desktop replacement laptop with an 18.4-inch display, but it falls a little short of digital media nirvana.
ARM chips will soon run Windows 8 devices. There will be pros and cons such as longer battery live coupled with poor gaming performance.
Microsoft reportedly is asking each chipmaker to partner with a single computer maker on the next generation of Windows-based tablets.
This laptop is sold as a netbook, but matches up well with mainstream ultraportables in all but performance.
Bonuses, equity awards and perks add up to big pay packages for tech CEOs.
A low price and excellent 1080p video playback counterbalance this Fusion-based laptop's overall weak performance.
AMD’s processors are often a bargain, but can it once again make a processor that is flat-out better than Intel’s? Will the Athlon vs. Pentium days ever return?
This Acer seems to favor mobility over performance--a design preference we’re not used to seeing in desktop replacement laptops.
AMD announced its new Llano processors--packing quad-core power and Radeon graphics into a single, budget processor prime for entry-level PCs.