As the dust settles in Taipei, the next generation of PCs is shedding weight and wires. Smartglasses and even human gestures may soon control these devices, too.
The Dynabook Kira L93 goes on sale in Japan this month.
Small Chinese tablet makers are experimenting with dual-boot tablets with Windows and Linux
Acer and MediaTek, for example, have entered into a partnership to create more wearable technologies
Initial specs suggest that the hybrid device is slimmer than the Macbook Air
Fresh from Taipei, Computex shows you what's going to be on store shelves this holiday and back-to-school season. Here's a sneak peek at the biggest things coming.
Watch highlights from Intel’s event at Computex outlining what’s next for the chipmaker in mobile and PCs.
Sanho's iStick is a storage device that features both USB and Lightning connectors, making it easier to transfer files between Macs running OS X and mobile devices running iOS.
Plenty of device makers at the Computex trade show in Taiwan this week are hoping to stake a claim in the growing market for wearable devices. But the products on display looked like more of the same.
From new chips to super-fast storage and amazing connectivity improvements, the future of computing was unveiled at Computex.
The chipmaker is working on wireless technologies that will let you charge, dock, display and transfer data from a computer without any cables.
The smartglasses are still prototypes, but hope to gain support and enter the market
Intel is pushing for manufacturers to make the high-resolution video technology more affordable in monitors and all-in-one PCs