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Intel Ivy Bridge Processors Delayed, but Don't Panic

The first Ivy Bridge chips were due to arrive in April, but they've been pushed back.

Initial Impressions: Dell XPS 13

We have a final production unit of Dell's Ultrabook, and it's one of the nicest PCs the company has produced in years.

Ultrabook Prices Could Drop to $600, Thanks to Use of Hybrid Disk Drives

Some Ultrabook makers are switching from solely solid state drives to hybrid disk drives to cut costs.

HP Folio 13 Review: An Ultrabook for the Masses

The new Folio 13 may be slightly thicker and heavier than the average Ultrabook, but it also may make more sense for the average user.

Intel Moves Ahead With Wireless Integration into Mobile Chips

Intel is expected to share details this week about its effort to work wireless capabilities into chips, which could shrink mobile devices and PCs.

With Windows 8 Hybrid Laptops, it's all about the Trackpad

Ultrabook makers are reportedly worrying about how to integrate touchscreens with thin-and-light laptops, but don't forget the trackpad.

Fujitsu Roadmap Reveals Ultrabooks, Tablets

The two most interesting items in the Japanese manufacturer’s roadmap are a detachable slate and a Windows 8 tablet.


HP Envy 14 Spectre Now Selling, 15-Inch Version In the Works

The pretty, glass-covered HP Envy 14 Spectre is now available for purchase on HP's website.

AMD Targets Ultrabooks, Shows 18mm Trinity Notebook

Super-skinny laptops will offer long battery life and smaller price tag than Intel's entries, AMD tells analysts.


Apple Passes HP in "PC" Shipments--or Did It?

Company shipped 17% of PCs in the world in the fourth quarter of 2011--but what constitutes a PC?