Though Computex happens an ocean away from the United States, it’s a great show for PC lovers to keep an eye on. Here’s a roundup of our favorite gadgets from Computex 2013.
Microsoft makes its tiny tablets more appealing by tossing in Office Home & Student 2013.
Intel expects tablets containing its upcoming Atom processor code-named Bay Trail will cost under US$200, a company executive said Wednesday.
After months of delays and redesigns, the Wikipad Android gaming tablet will launch next week for $249.
Here's the question that's keeping Intel up at night: If the latest "Bay Trail" Atom chips are really that good, why does anyone need a "Haswell" PC at all?
Dell has announced new PCs with Intel's latest fourth-generation Core processors code-named Haswell, including a thinner and lighter XPS 12 laptop-tablet hybrid, which will offer up to 9.5 hours of battery life.
The most compelling reason to buy one of Intel's fourth-generation Core devices is that it offers tablet-like power characteristics with Windows performance.
Intel's bid for mobile relevance became a whole lot stronger at Computex, starting with the news of an x86-based Samsung Galaxy Tab.
By adding multimode LTE to its Snapdragon 400 tablet processor, Qualcomm hopes to win friends and influence designs in China.
Windows 8 is already getting all the love at Computex, so reports say Microsoft will slash hardware manufacturers' licensing costs for Windows RT in order to give the beleaguered ARM OS a boost.