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Next-gen tech from Asia: The best PCs, tablets, chips and more from Computex

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.

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PCI backers push low-power features with an eye on Internet of Things

The PC and server interface technology can sip energy when it needs to, PCI's industry group says.

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Meet the future of computing: 10 killer hardware advancements from Computex 2014

From new chips to super-fast storage and amazing connectivity improvements, the future of computing was unveiled at Computex.

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Hands-on: Intel's first Broadwell tablet is thinner than iPad Air but feels faster than a PC

Intel's first tablet with the Broadwell chip is thinner than the iPad Air

Intel's new Core M chips turn PC processors tablet-friendly

Intel's low-power Core M products will be in tablets and hybrids by the end of this year.

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ARM developing processors to make wearables 'invisible'

ARM is developing new processors as it looks to make wearables smaller and more power efficient

Exclusive: Hands-on with Intel's first paper-thin Broadwell tablet

We got an exclusive hands on with Llama Mountain, a tablet-laptop hybrid that runs on Intel’s new but delayed Broadwell chip.

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Intel product line aims to open faster path for carmakers

Intel also has invested in a Japanese company that has developed a self-driving car.

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Intel plans to sell a robot you can customize with a 3D printer

Intel shows off a robot that will be based on its Edison processor and available to buy by the end of the year. Is this another OnCue?

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Intel, Rockchip forge partnership to boost Android tablets

Rockchip agrees to design and sell Intel-branded SoCs into the tablet market.

Intel guarantees its next-gen Broadwell chips will be in PCs this holiday season

Call them fashionably late. Intel's new Broadwell chips have suffered delays and won't make it into back-to-school PCs, but the company's CEO say PCs powered by the processors will be on store shelves in time for the holiday season.