Just because we chose to put HP’s new Android-based Slate lineup and the Windows 8.1-powered Omni 10 tab in the limelight first a few hours ago, that doesn’t mean the number one PC maker in the world doesn’t have an extra few aces up its sleeve for the holiday season.
Dell’s fall from grace in the PC market has been as abrupt as painful, seeing the once leading company’s market share drop with 5 points between 2006 and 2012 and sales numbers catastrophically collapse.
Silvermont (Atom) and Haswell (Core) are great mobile-oriented microarchitectures, but will the OEMs make enough compelling designs in time for the holiday buying season?
And just like that, Chromebooks and Chromeboxes have become mainstream. I presume, since Google and Intel have earlier today unveiled four, count’em four new Chrome OS-based computing machines, including two manufactured by newcomers Toshiba and Asus.
Aside from jumping the gun ahead of IFA 2013 and showcasing the world’s first 4K video recording capable smartphone, a very budget-conscious 10-inch tablet and a ginormous all-in-one PC running Android, Acer is apparently laying it all out there as far as its future plans go, too.
Lenovo introduced a total of five new ThinkPads today. The ThinkPad T440s, T440 and X240 are categorized as Ultrabooks while the S series models, the S440 and the S540, are aimed at business users.
Joining the likes of Corsair and Kingston, G.Skill today announces their SO-DIMM DDR3 Ripjaws performance series, targeted at the enthusiast and performance laptop segment.
According to Microsoft and their sometimes fun, sometimes deceptive commercials, the Asus VivoTab Smart, Dell XPS 10, Surface RT and Acer Iconia W3 are all faster, cheaper and/or better at multitasking than Apple’s iPad and iPad Mini.
The latest MacBook Air, the one that Apple unveiled back at WWDC 2013, is reportedly plagued by a display bug that causes intermittent loss of video output to the display. It joins the laundry list of bugs in 2013 MacBook Air that have already been discovered.
Rumor has it that Apple wants to expand the adoption of IGZO displays to its MacBooks as well. IGZO displays consume less power and are therefore a viable selection if the company wants further increase battery life on MacBooks.
Have a smartphone? Have a laptop? Have a Playstation? Have an Xbox? If you have answered “yes’ to any of the questions and you are in Florida, you are now in possession of illegal items.
New Geekbench results of what apparently is the next generation 15 inch MacBook Pro codenamed “AAPLJ35,1″ have surfaced online, it isn’t clear at this moment whether this is the Retina or non-Retina model.
During Microsoft’s BUILD event they announced that the masses will be able to download the public preview for Windows 8.1 right away. Here is how you can get that done right now.
Apple is now reportedly investigating the Wi-Fi issues that are plaguing its 2013 MacBook Air that touts support for latest Wi-Fi 802.11ac standard.
Hey, remember how we told you yesterday that Samsung was planning to intro multiple ATIV Book 9s in London? Well, voila. ATIV Book 9 Plus and ATIV Book 9 Lite are the official names of the new ultrabooks, which are bound to replace Sammy’s old Series 9 in the grand scheme of things.
At Samsung Premiere 2013 in London, the Korean giant releases the convertible, dual-boot Windows 8 and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean tablet, Ativ Q. The device is versatile and adaptable, and can switch between four positions: tablet, typing, stand and writing.
Best Buy is recalling several thousand MacBook battery replacements that are at risk of catching on fire.
At WWDC 2013 Apple announced that the MacBook Air lineup was being refreshed with Intel’s new Haswell processors and 802.11ac Wi-Fi. Quite a few users are now reporting that they are facing Wi-Fi connectivity issues with their new laptops.
Samsung is holding an event later today and most of the leaks up to this point have been relating to the Galaxy brand. Well that just changed as some hints of what to expect for Windows have surfaced online.
Recently benchmarks of Apple’s new Mac Pro were spotted online, similar benchmarks for the company’s unreleased next generation 13 inch MacBook Pro have appeared online as well, hinting at a slight improvement in performance.