Surging tablet sales and the muted response to Windows 8 have opened the door for Android at this year’s Computex and exposed deeper cracks in the Wintel powerhouse of Windows software and Intel chips.
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The Memorial Day weekend is here, for many that means a work break and maybe a trip to the beach or nearby lakes, some others simply use the opportunity to look for bargains. HP is obliging bargain hunters by issuing a couple of coupons that work over the Memorial Day weekend and into next week, [...]
HP today announced the new ENVY TouchSmart 15 premium 15” screen notebook that will replace it’s long running Pavilion/Envy dv6 model. The Envy TouchSmart 15 will feature a selection of AMD or Intel processors, the Intel lineup will include the upcoming code named “Haswell” processors 4th generation Core i3/i5/i7 lineup. No specific processor models are [...]
Here’s a deal for a new notebook with Intel’s Quad Core i7 processor for well under $600 – not something you see every day. Adorama is selling the Asus K55A 15” notebook via eBay for $549.99 for a limited time, the full specs on this model are as follows: Processor: Intel Core i7 3630QM 2.4GHz [...]
It’s that time again when Mac users make their New Year’s resolutions. How about a simple pledge to keep your computer clean? I’m not talking about deleting cache files or removing old apps you no longer use. I’m talking about your Mac’s screen and keyboard, or its dusty, grungy innards. It’s not difficult to do, [...]
Get plenty of data storage for not much money with this 2TB drive
Company serious about becoming a household name like rival HTC
Though Windows has become more robust over the past few years, the threat of viruses and social engineering tricks remain
Airplane passengers aren’t the only ones fed up with restrictions on the use of portable electronic devices during takeoff and landing.
Lenovo said Thursday its net profit for the fiscal second quarter increased by only 13 percent year-over-year, marking a shift from the high profit growth the company has previously seen.
AMD’s A10 accelerated processing unit a central feature
Acer’s premium Ultrabook is one seriously desirable piece of kit
This is the real competition to the Kindle Paperwhite
£195 digital upgrade available across Vauxhall’s commercial vehicle range
GTI and BlueMotion models promised for next year
17 million Wi-Fi enabled flat panel TVs were shipped in 2011. This grew to 30 million in 2012 and is forecast to grow four-fold by 2017.
The Acer Aspire V3-571 laptop is a great example of just how much can be achieved within the constraints of a severely limited budget. Read our full review to find out more.
This year at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin vendors introduced and demonstrated a plethora of ultra-high resolution TVs, hybrid tablets based on Microsoft’s upcoming operating systems, as well as the first device based on Windows Phone 8.
Lenovo has also unveiled the latest IdeaPad Z Series–slim yet powerful–laptop models at the IFA consumer electronics show. The Z400 and Z500 are 25 percent slimmer than standard laptops, but that won’t stop Lenovo from compromising on processor or graphic performance as can be equipped with third generation standard voltage Intel Core i7 processors unlike [...]
First Look: We get up close with Dell’s new flip-screen Windows 8 laptop.
slide out keyboard and a 12.5in display for the best of both worlds
Most new super-thin laptops, including Ultrabooks and the Retina MacBook Pro, are designed so consumers can’t change the batteries themselves. This is a big issue if you plan on keeping your new laptop for more than two years or want to hand it down to someone else later.
The Pavilion dv7t-7000 is HP’s latest 17.3 inch laptop release, it comes equipped with a beefy quad-core Intel Ivy Bridge processer and the latest Nvidia Kepler graphics. While being very similar to the smaller dv6t-7000 15.6” version of the Pavilion series, the dv7t-7000 differentiates itself with support for dual hard drives and a standard 900p [...]
Microsoft unveiled the new version of Office for Windows this week so here’s what you need to know.
While hardware and components makers face economic hurdles, the picture for software is getting brighter, according to earnings reports from major vendors and mid-year market research polls.