A veteran wireless industry strategist has predicated that Apple will launch a direct wireless service for the iPad and iPhone, while Google will follow suit.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is predicting that Apple will discontinue its current 17-inch MacBook Pro due to relatively weak sales, and to make room for a new MacBook model.
On the recently held investors call in regards to AMD's first quarter financials, AMD CEO Rory Read announced that the company will launch a top to bottom line-up of mobile discrete parts based on the 28nm Southern Islands architecture. Surprisingly how it may sound, but the parts are launching next week.
In Star Trek: First Contact, Geordi La Forge replaced his VISOR with ocular implants. A company out of Bellevue, Washington is bringing that vision to life. What if computer screen would be – on your eyes?
The global PC market saw a return to growth for the first time in years, with shipments increasing by 2.3 percent, defying analyst expectations.
A marketing firm has caused controversy over the hiring of homeless people to carry mobile Wi-Fi devices at an internet conference in return for small donations.
ZTE filed the most international patent applications in 2011, earning it the top spot in the World Intellectual Property Organization's rankings for Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) filings.
As the low voltage mobile Intel Ivy Bridge launch is now confirmed for May, just as well as similar TDP low voltage AMD Trinity aimed at the same market at the same time, a very interesting duel is in the offing, and in a fresh new platform market to boot…
Half a year into their launch, Ultrabooks are expanding beyond the niche expensive business market into the 'enthusiast consumer' stream as well. Here we look at how they differ in a quick half-day preview, with Toshiba's two flagship entries from each camp, side by side.
A curiously alluring tablet from MSI was perked up on display during CES earlier this month which was primarily due to the OS this AMD powered WindPad 110W was running; Android 4.0. And luckily, unlike the Tegra-3 powered Windows 8 tablet also seen at the event, this one was available for some hands-on.
On CES 2012, LG showed two interesting products – glasses-free 3D display and a notebook and we've just learned about the availability of the parts – second quarter of this year.
For one or more reasons ASUS chose to hold off on the launch of one particular product until after CES came to a close; this in the form of a new business oriented Ultraportable. Dubbed the B23E, the new 12.5-inch notebook falls under the company's ASUSPRO Ultraportable family and running over the specs, it sure
Dell has unveiled the XPS 13, its first ultrabook with edge-to-edge display, offering a slew of features in an ultraportable package.
From the looks of it, the 2012 might be the year more known for patent and naming wars rather than the innovation itself. The return of naming wars might be interesting though, with Intel trademarking the Ultrabook name.
Lenovo has announced its first ThinkPad Hybrid laptop and first business ultrabook, combining portability with enterprise-class features and power-saving options.
After year and a half of work in complete silence, Futuremark released Powermark 1.0.0. This is the first generation battery testing benchmark based on PCMark7.
There is a lot of virtual ink spilled over the upcoming NVIDIA CPU architecture which company calls "Project Denver". Not a lot is known though, on when the design is expected to debut.
Sony Ericsson's rumoured upcoming flagship was sighted yet again, and this time it is from a Chinese source. The amazingly thin profile and a mysterious illumination strip along the bottom of the phone certainly leads one to wonder what the phone manufacturer is up to this time.
A Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket nearly burnt the owner in his pocket due to a malfunction. Is this just seemingly humorous collection of incidents of very hot phones, or is there a serious flaw which smartphone makers should look at?
After all the doom and gloom of recent cleanup operation that culled 12% of its workforce, AMD has started to open job positions for engineers, especially ones in the field of SoC design (System-on-a-Chip).